ProfCrash December 3, 2019 Share December 3, 2019 Except that Kellee has said in her interviews that she was worried about a backlash in the game. I don't rewatch episodes so my recollection might be wrong but she told Dan she was a germaphobe and didn't like being touched because she was worried about what the tribe would say if she said the way he was touching her was inappropriate. Jamal said in an interview that he was careful about hugging Kellee because she had publicly said she didn't like being touched and she told Jamal that she said that because Dan's touching was uncomfortable. Kellee also told Missy that she only said the germaphobe thing because she was worried what would happen if she had told Dan his touches were inappropriate. Kellee changed her vote to Dan when it was clear to her that five women were uncomfortable with Dan, based on her conversations with Missy and Elisabeth. She realized it wasn't just her and that the problem was larger then her. In many ways, that conversation validated that she was not crazy and Dan was inappropriate in how he was touching some of the women. So it is clear, even from show confessionals and conversations, that Kellee said nothing because she feared the backlash. She changed her vote once she believe it was more then her and she realized she wasn't over reacting. Production should have intervened when one person was uncomfortable. That intervention should have been a clear warning "Dan, there have been complaints about how you are touching people. Keep your hands to yourself. It is ok to return a hug or a massage or a high five. It is not alright to initiate contact with someone because you are not touching people in an appropriate fashion." Action did not have to equal kicking him out of the game immediately. 18 Link to comment
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