The show's executive producer Jeff Probst admitted the incident was not handled properly, telling Kim “You were right to step forward, despite a lot of risk, and to speak your truth, and I want to acknowledge and apologize for your pain.”
Just two weeks after being warned about his behavior, a contestant was kicked off the show for the first time ever after another incident.
Multiple complaints of inappropriate behavior caused the producers to get involved, but everything was not as it seemed.
CBS' Survivor has revealed the cast for Season 39 of the long-running reality-TV competition — as well as announced how series vets "Boston Rob" Mariana and Sandra Diaz-Twine fit in. Premiering on Wednesday, Sept. 25 at 8/7c, Season 39 brings back "legendary winners" Boston Rob and Sandra — who together have plated more than 200 […]