Cupid's Pulse Article: Celebrity News: ‘Bachelor in Paradise’ Star DeMario Jackson Says He ‘Didn’t Do What He’s Being Accused Of’Cupid's Pulse Article: Celebrity News: ‘Bachelor in Paradise’ Star DeMario Jackson Says He ‘Didn’t Do What He’s Being Accused Of’

By Marissa Donovan

Despite the recent incident that caused Bachelor in Paradise to stop filming it’s upcoming season, DeMario Jackson is keeping his head held high during sexual assault claims. In celebrity news, Warner Bros. have been examining an incident that reportedly happened between Jackson and Corinne Olympios. Sources from shared that the two had been excessively drinking the whole day. This lead to the stars of the reality TV show to have a moment together in the pool. The rest of the cast are unknowing of the details and are not involved with the investigation.

This celebrity news regarding Bachelor in Paradise is getting more convoluted by the day. What are some ways to debunk relationship rumors that are hurtful to you?

Cupid’s Advice: 

Rumors have a good way of changing what actually happened during the relationship. Check out some tips to put a stop to them:

1. Confront your ex or current partner: The first person you should go to is the person connected to the rumors. Tell them exactly what you heard being said. Hopefully this person can be mature and can put a stop to the rumor. If they are not responding to your hurt feelings, then move on to the people spreading the rumors.

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2. Confront the sources: Speak to the rumor spreaders. Let them know your truth and share how this rumor is currently effecting your life. People often gossip without realizing the impact it has on the person they’re talking about. Sharing your side should give them clarity and reshape the rumor to what actually happened.

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3. Speak to those who ask: Instead of making a public statement on social media, tell people who confront you. If someone cares enough to hear what you have to say, then tell them the truth. The people who don’t ask want it to end just as much as you do. Debunking rumors can’t always be successful, but time will eventually reveal the integrity of the liars.

How would you deal with a relationship rumor? Give us your best relationship advice in the comments.