The Bachelor Nation figure, Demario Jackson, has been named in lawsuits accusing him of sexual assault, false imprisonment and intentionally causing mental distress.
Two women identified as Jane Doe said in court documents filed in Los Angeles County Superior Court, reviewed by TMZ, that Jackson used his fame from ABC shows to “lure unsuspecting plaintiffs” into sexual situations.
One of Jackson’s accusers said she initially called the 35-year-old in February 2018, and that they went out on a few dates.
The latest: The Bachelor Nation’s character, DeMario Jackson, 35, has been picked up in a pair of lawsuits accusing him of sexual assault, false imprisonment and intentionally causing mental distress. Filmed in 2020 in Los Angeles
The woman said she let Jackson stay at her house after he was drinking, and he kept coming to her despite telling her she didn’t want to be intimate with him. The woman said that she feared for her life when he commented on a certain topic and assaulted her.
The second woman said she initially crossed paths with DeMario in April of 2019 via social media, and he asked her for a date the following year.
Jackson told the woman he wanted to get a date at his apartment in an effort to avoid getting to know him if they were in a public place, the woman told the court.
The woman told the court that Jackson forced her to have sex, which she initially agreed to, but when she asked him to stop, he forcefully continued.
Jackson was photographed at an event in Los Angeles in October 2017
Jackson made headlines more than five years ago when an incident between him and Corinne Olympios led to the suspension of production for the ABC series Bachelor in Heaven.
According to the Los Angeles Times, the two women reported what happened to the rape treatment center at UCLA Santa Monica Medical Center.
Jackson made headlines more than five years ago when an incident between him and Corinne Olympios led to the suspension of production for the ABC series Bachelor in Heaven. Warner Bros. said. She is tasked with carrying out a “thorough investigation” after being made aware of the allegations of misconduct.
Sources told the newspaper that the couple engaged in sexual acts in a hot tub in front of other members of the cast and crew. The day after the accident, Olympius said she had no recollection of what had happened, prompting the producers to contact ABC’s directors about the events.
He did not support an internal investigation at Warner Bros. Any accusation of misconduct by a cast member, as Jackson and Olympius let the series go ahead.