Koh-Lanta: after Teheiura's cheating, Christelle threatened with death on social networks

the essential Christelle, one of the adventurers of “Koh-Lanta the legend” received death threats and filed a complaint this week. She has suffered a wave of hatred since Teheiura’s ouster in the last episode aired.

Christelle has lost her smile. The 41 year old adventurer who is still in competition has been the target of death threats and numerous hate messages on social networks for ten days. Anonymous Internet users wrongly accuse him of having denounced Teheiura, one of the popular candidates in the history of “Koh-Lanta”. The adventurer, who admitted to accepting food from local fishermen, was kicked out of the game.

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A rumor said that an adventurer had denounced Teheiura to the production. But the Polynesian spontaneously confessed his cheating to the producer of the show. Yet Christelle’s name was mentioned in “Touche pas à mon poste”, Cyril Hanouna’s show, Wednesday on C8 . “My name was given on Teheiura’s cheating by basically saying that it was me the scales. A single sentence unleashed Teheiura’s sympathizers”, explains Christelle in an interview in the Parisian.

Amidst the wave of hate messages, Christelle receives death threats. No question of passing for the former police officer. She filed a complaint on Wednesday. “I can’t let this go. I hope we find them and there will be a criminal response.”

ALP, the producer of “Koh-Lanta”, has also published a new message Wednesday on his Twitter account to remind that “Koh-Lanta” is a game and “that no event related to this game gives the right to sending insults, threats and hate messages “.

Christelle is not the only adventurer targeted. Coumba, a strong-character candidate who was recently eliminated, has been the target of hate messages. Régis, former candidate of “Koh-Lanta”, guest of Cyril Hanouna on Wednesday, confided to having received threats of rape on his daughter.

Aware of the behavior of some Internet users, the production of “Koh-Lanta” has equipped adventurers’ phones with the Bodyguard application which filters hateful comments on Twitter and YouTube and blocks them before they are displayed on the phone.

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The next episode of “Koh-Lanta” will be broadcast next Tuesday: it will be devoted precisely to the result of the sanction taken against Teheiura and the result of the adventure.

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