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Entertainment Survivor's Dan Spilo Breaks Silence on His Behavior on the Show: 'I Am Deeply Sorry'

23:15  17 december  2019
23:15  17 december  2019 Source:   people.com

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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. Many praised Corbin for standing up for the other women on the show . Also we must not forget about Kellee in all of this. Dan is no victim here.

CBS has responded to Survivor ' s controversial handling of Kellee Kim's complaints against contestant Dan But by the end of the episode, Kim was eliminated, and Spilo remained on the show . Probst also addressed his conversation with Spilo at Tribal Council, saying, "This situation also highlighted

Dan Spilo is breaking his silence about his controversial time on Survivor: Island of the Idols — and apologizing that his actions made other contestants feel uncomfortable.

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Spilo, a 48-year-old Hollywood agent, was removed from the game on day 36 after an incident in which he touched a female producer’s thigh as he was getting into a transport boat — weeks after he was accused of inappropriately touching contestant Kellee Kim.

“I am deeply sorry for how my actions affected Kellee during the taping of this season of Survivor,” Spilo writes in an exclusive statement to PEOPLE. “After apologizing at the tribal council when I first learned that Kellee still felt uncomfortable, I want to make sure I do so again, clearly and unambiguously.”

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Daniel " Dan " Spilo is a contestant from Survivor : Island of the Idols. Retrieved from CBS.com. Age: 48 Hometown: New York City Current residence: Los Angeles Occupation: Talent Manager Hobbies: Adventure travel, movies, and fitness.

“ Survivor ” host Jeff Probst defended the show ' s handling of sexual harassment allegations in Spilo received a formal warning about his behavior . “Based on the outcome of those discussions, the “Initially, my take on Dan was he was just an old-school guy that never really thought about what he

“I truly regret that anyone was made to feel uncomfortable by my behavior,” Spilo continues. “In my life, I have always tried to treat others with decency, integrity and kindness. I can only hope that my actions in the future can help me to make amends and show me to be the kind of father, husband, colleague and friend that I always aim to be.”

It’s the first time that Spilo has spoken out since his ouster from the show. Sources close to Spilo tell PEOPLE that he had planned to address the controversy during the show’s live finale, but was later uninvited from the show.

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Survivor Incident That Got Dan Spilo Ejected from Show Was 'Just the Final Straw,' Source Says. The Hollywood talent agent was removed from the game on Before contestant Dan Spilo was removed from Survivor : Island of the Idols, producers debated what to do about the 48-year-old talent agent

a couple of people posing for the camera: Kellee Kim and Dan Spilo | Robert Voets/CBS (2)© Robert Voets/CBS (2) Kellee Kim and Dan Spilo | Robert Voets/CBS (2)

Earlier in the season, Kim expressed concern that Spilo had violated her personal space by touching her hair, arms and legs, even after she made multiple requests for him to stop. Kim was voted out of the game after raising her concerns to other contestants.

Producers pulled each contestant aside to discuss the issue — but some players now say that the warnings were so unspecific that no one understood the severity of the issue.

“It was just a very vague blanket statement telling me if I ever felt unsafe, I should let production know,” contestant Aaron Meredith told Parade. “There was never any indication that something was going on or that someone had issues.”

As for the incident that led to his removal, according to multiple sources, Spilo insisted that the contact was inadvertent and accidental as he lost his balance while trying to get into the boat. But the show’s production team wasn’t convinced that the contact was merely incidental. After consulting with the show’s legal team, producers removed him from the competition.

CBS is not providing additional comment at this time.

The season finale of Survivor airs Wednesday at 8 p.m. ET on CBS.

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