However, Corinne revealed she is currently "seeing someone" new and that the romance is going well.
Corinne and Jordan reportedly dated on and off during their 10 years or more of friendship.
It remains unclear which person initiated the breakup and when exactly the pair split, but Jordan stood by Corinne's side this summer when Bachelor in Paradiseshut down production in June over a producer's allegation of misconduct on the set.
When news of Corinne and DeMario's sexual encounter in Paradise began making national headlines, Corinne publicly called herself "a victim" and said she was "dealing with physical and emotional trauma" stemming from the incident.
Such a statement, however, insinuated DeMario was guilty of sexual assault and taking advantage of an intoxicated woman unable to provide proper consent. DeMario said at the time his character had been "assassinated" with "false claims" and "malicious allegations."
"I have known Corinne for over 10 years and as a friend or boyfriend, she will continue to have my unwavering loyalty and support until I decide that there is a legitimate reason not to give it," Jordan told E! News in June.
"I pay very little attention to the media and try to ignore all the conjecture surrounding my relationship with Corinne. The only two people who know the true disposition of our relationship is Corinne and I."
When the scandal was hot, reports circulated that Corinne felt guilty about having a boyfriend back home and so she maybe embellished the details of her fling with DeMario a little bit.
Raven wrote on Facebook at the time, "I'm so sick to my stomach for the pain DeMario is going through. I love Corinne but she was very coherent that day," according to RadarOnline.
"After this incident, she proceeded to make out with 3 other men, straddling them, and jumping on them. I witnessed this myself. Along with her saying that her boyfriend was going to be mad at her... As an eyewitness myself, a friend of Corinne's, and as a woman, I would have stepped in if she needed me."
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Bachelor in Paradise's fourth season resumed filming after Warner Bros. investigated the scandal and found no evidence of misconduct. The series premiered August 14, and footage was shown of Corinne and DeMario hugging and flirting at the resort's bar before moving into the pool, where they began fooling around.
Raven, Jasmine and Corinne all competed for Nick Viall's heart on The Bachelor's 21st season, which wrapped in March. That same month, rumors swirled that Corinne got engaged to Jordan.
"I'm not engaged. I don't know [why people are saying that]. I'm hearing so many different things," Corinne told Us at the time.
"It's just that people love to talk, I guess. I just feel like when the right person comes along, they'll just come along and it'll feel right and I won't have to stress about it."