Alex reportedly posted a photo of the clouds while he was flying in a plane on Snapchat and wrote "Americaaa" in the image. About an hour later, he shared an image of his car's dashboard with the caption, "LA traffic," in addition to a sad-face emoticon.
Vinny also appeared to document his trip back to the United States from Mexico, where Bachelor in Paradise is filmed. One of his pictures obtained by People was taken in an airport, while another featured Iggy Rodriguez and himself sitting in an airplane as other people were boarding the flight.
The photo appears to confirm that not only did Iggy from Rachel Lindsay's season of The Bachelorette appear on Bachelor in Paradise's fourth season, he was also kicked off fairly early.
Iggy's Bachelor in Paradise participation has not even been announced yet by ABC since he was just eliminated from The Bachelorette in an episode that aired earlier this week.
Iggy also reportedly shared a Snapchat image of himself on the plane, writing on the photo, "@vinnyvinsane. Your stewardess' favorite DJ."
Vinny and Iggy were flying to Boca Raton, FL, where they attended a club appearance with Season 13 The Bachelorette suitor Josiah Graham, People reported. Meanwhile, Alex returned to Los Angeles.
Warner Bros. therefore launched an investigation but announced on June 20 no evidence of misconduct or sexual assault had been found, adding that Bachelor in Paradise would therefore resume filming and still air in Summer 2017.
Within the next several days, reports surfaced that all of Paradise's original cast members were returning to Mexico to continue their journeys to find love, or fame, with the exception of Corinne and DeMario.
Despite initially calling herself "a victim" who has been dealing with "physical and emotional trauma" stemming from the incident in Paradise, Corinne and her legal team revealed on Thursday they had decided to drop their own investigation and not go forward with a lawsuit.
Throughout the entire scandal, DeMario pleaded innocence and said his character had been "assassinated with false claims and malicious allegations." He even wished Warner Bros. would release footage of his hookup with Corinne in Paradise to allegedly prove she was actually the aggressor.
Warner Bros. said in a statement last week that the company "does not intend to release the videotape of the incident" but insists Bachelor in Paradise producers "plan to implement certain changes to the show's policies and procedures to enhance and further ensure the safety and security of all participants."