Baby, let's get it on ... if the producers give us the OK.

TMZ reports that new "Bachelor in Paradise" rules require contestants to get producer approval before having sex. Sources tell the site that both parties must go to a producer and state their consent. If the producer feels either party is not able to give consent, the producer can give them a red light.

The new rules come on the heels of a sex scandal that forced the production to come to a halt. A producer had raised concerns about an encounter between contestants Corinne Olympios and DeMario Jackson. An investigation by Warner Bros., the production company, concluded that no sexual misconduct had occurred.

Production resumed and contestants returned to filming. But when they arrived, TMZ reports that they sat in a two-hour meeting with lawyers to go over the new rules, which include a maximum of two alcoholic drinks per hour and a stricter drug policy.