Corinne Olympios and DeMario Jackson Weigh in on Harvey Weinstein Scandal (Exclusive Video)
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The "Bachelor in Paradise" stars were at the center of their own sex scandal just a few months ago.

"Bachelor in Paradise" star Corinne Olympios thinks the key to women avoiding uncomfortable situations with men is "confidence."

"I think women just need to be confident enough in themselves to always know that they need to be comfortable in the situations they're in, and if they aren't, say something," she told TooFab at Maxim's annual Halloween party while talking about sexual harassment, which has become a nationwide hot topic in wake of the the Harvey Weinstein scandal rocking Hollywood.

Before the disgraced movie mogul's alleged sexual misconduct was exposed, Olympios made headlines over the summer for her own sex scandal with "BiP" co-star DeMario Jackson.

After a producer complained about footage of the pair getting too sexual in a swimming pool, Warner Bros. halted production of Season 4 to investigate claims that Olympios was too drunk to give Jackson consent before their on-camera hook-up. The studio, however, cleared everyone of any wrongdoing. Production resumed after ABC implemented "certain changes to the show's policies and procedures to enhance and further ensure the safety and security of all participants."

Jackson was also at the Maxim party and told TooFab he hopes that more men like Weinstein "start to get exposed for being assholes and douchebags."

"It's terrible," he said. "It's just disgusting because we knew it for years, and things get hidden under the carpet and all this kind of bullshit. It just sucks."

"I'm a big advocate for women," he added. "I went to Amber Rose's Slut Walk. I have a mother, goddaughter, grandmothers. It just sucks. It's a very shitty thing."

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