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Entertainment Survivor Contestants Missy Byrd and Elizabeth Beisel Apologize For Their Actions

14:52  15 november  2019
14:52  15 november  2019 Source:   eonline.com

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Missy , Missy and Elizabeth concocted their own fake story about Dan to help convince other "After watching the episode, I am deeply ashamed with my actions and I apologize --they do not — Elizabeth Beisel (@ebeisel34) November 15, 2019. Missy also posted on Twitter, thanking Kellee and "Due to the nature of Survivor , I was viewing the game through a small lens with a limited scope.

Elizabeth Beisel and Missy Byrd found themselves at the center of controversy on Wednesday night’s episode of Survivor : Island of the Idols after they appeared to exaggerate (at best) or fabricate (at worst) their reactions to touching from fellow contestant Dan Spilo as a strategic move in the game.

Survivor contestants Missy Byrd and Elizabeth Beisel had some apologizing to do after last night's episode.

Elizabeth Beisel standing on a beach posing for the camera: Robert Voets/CBS via Getty Images© Provided by E! Entertainment Television, LLC Robert Voets/CBS via Getty Images

After Kellee Kim shared her complaints about inappropriate touching from Dan Spilo with Missy, Missy and Elizabeth concocted their own fake story about Dan to help convince other players to vote him out. It ended up being Kellee herself who got the boot, and it made for a really unfortunate ending to a terrible story.

Viewers were outraged by Elizabeth and Missy's behavior, and now the two women have posted lengthy apologies to Twitter, specifically addressing Kellee and Janet Carbin, who was affected by their plan.

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The claims were underlined when two other female contestants , Missy Byrd and Elizabeth Beisel , also claimed that Spilo engaged in Spilo, a Hollywood agent and producer, was able to apologize for his perceived actions at the Tribal Council. “I work in an industry in which the #MeToo movement was

The situation then exploded when Missy Byrd and Elizabeth Beisel concocted a plan to exaggerate and fabricate their reactions to Dan’s touching so that he would become a target instead of them, even though they appeared to have no problem with his actions .

"After watching the episode, my eyes were opened to a completely different truth, and I received an abundance of information that I was entirely unaware of while playing the game," Elizabeth wrote. "As a player, I am limited to my own experiences and knowing what I know now, my decisions would have been very different."

She went on to say she was "sick to [her] stomach" to discover how much pain Kellee was in, and to explain that she does not take sexual harassment and assault lightly.

"After watching the episode, I am deeply ashamed with my actions and I apologize--they do not reflect my character and who I am in my day to day life."

You can read her full apology below.

Missy also posted on Twitter, thanking Kellee and Janet for "being so courageous and leading by example."

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" Survivor " contestants Missy Byrd and Elizabeth Beisel admitted to exaggerating their interactions with Dan Spilo to Janet Corbin following a tense Tribal Council. The players argued over their perceptions of the situation and Spilo gave an apology speech as Kim sat silently — unable to speak

SURVIVOR contestants Missy Byrd and Elizabeth Beisel admitted to exaggerating "inappropriate touching" allegations against co-star Dan Spilo. Survivor contestants Missy Byrd , right, and Elizabeth Beisel , left, admitted Dan has apologised for his conductCredit: CBS/ROBERT VOETS.

"I became so caught up in game play that I did not realize a very serious situation, nor did I handle it with the care that it deserved," she wrote. "Due to the nature of Survivor, I was viewing the game through a small lens with a limited scope. I did not have all the information on the subject and I made a game move that was unjust."

Jeff Probst and Kellee Kim have also weighed in after the episode, and CBS and MGM released a joint statement.

"In the episode broadcast last night, several female castaways discussed the behavior of a male castaway that made them uncomfortable. During the filming of this episode, producers spoke off-camera to all the contestants still in the game, both as a group and individually, to hear any concerns and advise about appropriate boundaries. A formal warning was also given to the male castaway in question. On Survivor, producers provide the castaways a wide berth to play the game. At the same time, all castaways are monitored and supervised at all times. They have full access to producers and doctors, and the production will intervene in situations where warranted."

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" Survivor " contestants Missy Byrd and Elizabeth Beisel admitted to exaggerating their interactions with Dan Spilo to Janet Corbin following a tense Tribal Council. The players argued over their perceptions of the situation and Spilo gave an apology speech as Kim sat silently — unable to speak

Survivor Contestant Accused of 'Inappropriate Touching,' 2 Players Admit to Using Allegations to Win. After Kellee Kim said she felt uncomfortable with Dan Spilo being too touchy, Missy Byrd and Elizabeth Beisel embellished their own reactions to his actions in order to get him voted off.

Survivor airs Wednesdays at 8 p.m. on CBS.

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