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DeMario Jackson Says He's Been Fired From His Job Amid Bachelor In Paradise Scandal

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We have a feeling DeMario Jackson's stint on reality TV isn't going the way he imagined…

The executive recruiter, who was spotted in Chipotle and asked to audition for The Bachelorette, was first exposed on national TV by his alleged girlfriend while he was vying for Rachel Lindsay's love… and now he's smack in the middle of an "sexual misconduct" investigation stemming from the latest season of Bachelor In Paradise.

As a result of all this drama, the 30-year-old tells Inside Edition he's been fired from his real-life job.

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Reiterating his claim that his "character has been assassinated" and that the alleged tapes will exonerate him, Jackson said:

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Bernie Sanders Responds After Learning Virginia Shooter Volunteered On His Presidential Campaign

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This is such a terrible situation.

As we reported, a 66-year-old man named James T. Hodgkinson from Belleville, Illinois opened fire at congressional baseball practice outside of Washington, D.C. on Wednesday morning, injuring many and wounding House Majority Whip Steve Scalise in the hip.

Turns out, not only did Hodgkinson have a history with violence, but he had volunteered for Bernie Sanders during the 2016 presidential election.

After learning this news, the 75-year-old politician immediately made an address to condemn Hodgkinson's actions.

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Bernie somberly said:

"I have just been informed that the alleged shooter at the Republican baseball practice is someone who apparently volunteered on my presidential campaign. I am sickened by this despicable act. Let me be as clear as I can be: Violence of any kind is unacceptable in our society and I condemn this action in the strongest possible terms. Real change can only come about through nonviolent action, and anything else runs against our most deeply held American values."

Watch his full statement (below):

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Donald Trump Says Gunman Has 'Died From Injuries' After Opening Fire At GOP Congressional Baseball Practice

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This is so scary!

As we reported, a gunman — now identified as 66-year-old James T. Hodgkinson of Belleville, Illinois — opened fire on a group of GOP congressmen and aides practicing for a charity baseball game early Wednesday, leaving multiple people wounded.

One of the victims was majority whip Steve Scalise, who was shot in the hip but is in stable condition and is undergoing surgery.

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In an address shortly after the attack, Donald Trump revealed Hodgkinson had died from his injuries after being shot by Capitol Police. POTUS went on to express his support for those injured in the shooting, and gratitude for those who responded at the scene.

Watch his full speech (below):

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Congressman Hospitalized After Gunman Opens Fire On GOP House Members At Baseball Practice

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A gunman opened fire on a group of GOP congressmen and aides practicing for a charity baseball game early Wednesday, leaving multiple people wounded.

According to reports, House Whip Steve Scalise (above, insert) was shot in the hip and is in stable condition at the hospital. Four other people were injured as well, including two U.S. Capitol Police officers.

Witnesses say the gunman fired up to 50 times with a rifle before being shot and wounded by Capitol Police.

Related: Twitter Reacts To AG Jeff Sessions' Sweaty AF Testimony!

About 25 GOP members of Congress were on a high school baseball field in Alexandria, Virginia practicing for Thursday night's Congressional Baseball Game, a Washington tradition since 1909. The charity game features Democratic House members facing off against Republican House members.

Alexandria Police said that the suspect, described as a white male in his 40s or 50s, is in custody and "not a threat." The department shared on Twitter:

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'Deeply Disturbed' Crew Member Details Alleged Drunken 'Sexual Misconduct' That Led To Bachelor In Paradise Suspension

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More upsetting details emerge out of paradise.

As we've been reporting, filming for season four of Bachelor In Paradise was abruptly suspended last week after an alleged drunken sexual encounter between contestants DeMario Jackson and Corinne Olympios left a producer uncomfortable enough to file a complaint and spark an internal investigation. It's said Corinne may have been too intoxicated to give consent.

Now, an anonymous crew member is coming forward with his or her version of events.

Related: Chris Harrison Breaks His Silence Following BIP Scandal

Warning: the account described below is extremely disturbing and very serious.

Speaking with DailyMail.com, the source detailed what supposedly went down between DeMario and Corinne on the first day of filming:

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Chris Harrison Breaks His Silence Following Bachelor In Paradise Scandal

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The father of Bachelor Nation has finally spoken.

In a statement to Good Morning America on Tuesday, Chris Harrison broke his silence after allegations of sexual misconduct abruptly ended filming for season four of Bachelor In Paradise last week.

To catch you up, the incident involved contestant DeMario Jackson reportedly being filmed in a sexual encounter with Corinne Olympios, who may have been too drunk to give consent. To make matters worse, it's said production did nothing to stop it.

Related: BIP Cast Weighs In On The Show's Suspension

In response to the internal investigation, the longtime TV host told ABC:

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Congressman Greg Gianforte's Sentence For Assaulting Reporter Is Almost Too Lenient To Believe

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Welp, this is gross.

Greg Gianforte, the Montana congressman who made national headlines when he assaulted a reporter for asking a question he didn't like, has finally faced the music.

Unfortunately, that music is apparently Taylor Swift's Shake It Off as the Republican is barely going to feel the repercussions of his actions.

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First, he won the damn election despite the audio recording of his crime.

Now, after pleading guilty to misdemeanor assault, he's been given — you know what, "slap on the wrist" is a little too harsh a phrase. Let's say he was gently stroked on the wrist.

A judge sentenced Gianforte to 40 hours of community service, 20 hours of anger management, and a fine of a measly $385. That's less than victim Ben Jacobs is going to have to pay for new glasses!

Gianforte was also given a deferred sentence of 180 days. That means the only thing the former software exec (yes, really) will actually serve is two years in the Big House… of Representatives. Ick.

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