“Bachelor in Paradise” will resume filming, after an internal investigation revealed no evidence of sexual misconduct.

But producers did say they will, quote, “implement changes to the show’s policies and procedures to enhance and further ensure the safety and security of all participants.” Which hardly seems necessary if nobody did anything wrong . . .?

They also said they won’t release videotape of what happened, out of respect for the contestants involved. They didn’t name them, but we all know it was Corinne Olympios and DeMario Jackson.

“Us Weekly” claims that DeMario has been asked to return. There’s no word on Corinne, although it doesn’t seem remotely possible that she’d be invited, or that she’d agree to come back if she was.

Corinne’s lawyer isn’t surprised that the internal investigation found no wrongdoing. But he says HIS investigation will continue, based on, quote, “multiple new witnesses coming forward revealing what they saw and heard.”

Corinne believes producers knew she was in no condition to consent to sexual activity, but let her mess around with DeMario anyway. She claims she didn’t even know it happened until someone told her the next day.