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Corinne Olympios ends investigation with no lawsuit, confirms she won't return to 'Bachelor in Paradise'

Corinne Olympios ' legal team has ended its investigation into allegations of misconduct while filming Bachelor in Paradise, and she's confirmed she will not return to Season 4.
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