‘Bachelor in Paradise’ Star DeMario Jackson Sued By 2 Women For Alleged Sexual Assault!!

Bachelor In Paradise star Demario Jackson is being sued by two women for sexual assault.

Jackson appeared in Season 13 of ABC’s The Bachelorette and Season 4 of Bachelor in Paradise in 2017.

“These women who have come forward with their horror stories of being brutally sexually assaulted by Mr. Jackson are the latest brave victims to share their stories of how a powerful man used his celebrity status to manipulate them, to intimidate and silence them.” Plaintiffs’ attorney, Keith M. Davidson, told PEOPLE in a statement. “Like so many other victims in the #metoo reckoning, you will no longer remain silent. Justice must be served. We look forward to holding all wrongdoers accountable for their despicable and hurtful acts.”

Jane Doe 1 claims she was on a date with Jackson in downtown Los Angeles and that Jackson allegedly grabbed and kissed her before “exposing himself” as she tried to get out of the car. She reportedly dated him a second time and he violently sexually assaulted her. She says she had a rape kit made.

Jane Doe 2 claims she met Jackson in April 2019 and through social media. He asked her out in July 2020, but she didn’t want to go out because of his fame at the time. “He convinced Jane Doe 2 that his private home was the only viable option for their date,” the complaint reads.

Jackson reportedly attempted to have intercourse with Jane Doe 2, but she refused. “Defendant DeMario Jackson forced himself on plaintiff despite her request to stop,” the filing reads. He reportedly confessed to attacking her.

Jackson is being sued for sexual harassment, false imprisonment and intentionally inflicting emotional distress.

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