‘Bachelor in Paradise’ Shut Down After Alleged Sexual Misconduct: Here’s What We’re Reading Today

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Here’s what we’re reading today.

1. Bachelor in Paradise production shut down after alleged sexual misconduct

“…. two cast members — Demario Jackson and Corinne Olympios — had a sexual encounter in the pool that turned into raunchy “soft-core porn.” After witnessing the encounter, a producer on the show then filed a third party complaint. And, according to a source who spoke to People magazine, Olympios may have been too drunk to consent to the encounter.”


2. Trump’s travel ban suffers another legal haymaker

“Immigration, even for the president, is not a one-person show,” the judges said. “The president’s authority is subject to certain statutory and constitutional restraints.”

— Toronto Star

3. The Weeknd goes from dropping free mixtapes to making the cover of Forbes

“Abel “the Weeknd” Tesfaye parlayed his play count — 5.5 billion streams in the past two years — into an estimated $75 million touring advance. To him it’s all part of the model he’s been following throughout his rapid rise, one that applies to all sorts of businesses: Create an excellent product, make it widely available and flip the monetization switch when the timing is right.”


4. The next John Wick movie will probably be the last one (though you can expect a TV spinoff)

“I don’t want to say too much more, but it will be a nice completion to Mr. Wick’s journey.”

— Independent

5. Why the hell do porn sites have social media sharing buttons?

“Many would sooner post their bank account routing number than post a link on social about the last porn scene they watched (“Son catches hot mom masturbating”). In fact, accidental sharing is routinely listed among porn users’ top social media fears.

— Mel