Dan Spilo, a talent agent and a competitor on this season of “Survivor,” has now become the first contestant in the show’s history to be forced off.

This decision was announced by Jeff Probst during Wednesday’s broadcast and comes after Spilo allegedly displayed inappropriate behavior behind the scenes, Daily Mail reports.

During Wednesday night’s episode of the show, it was revealed to viewers that Spilo had been removed from the competition with a message that said: “Dan was removed from the game after a report of another incident, which happened off-camera and did not involve a player.”

According to the New York Post, reports of Spilo’s behavior started in mid-November when he was accused of touching fellow contestants Kellee Kim, Missy Byrd and Elizabeth Beisel. Instead of him being kicked off after the initial accusations, Kim was voted off the island instead.

Kim released a statement after Wednesday’s episode via her Twitter account expressing her feelings towards Spilo’s removal.

“Tonight on CBS “Survivor” Dan Spilo was kicked off the show for, once again, inappropriate touching,” she said. “While Dan’s dismissal has validated the concerns I raised from the beginning of the season, I wish that no one else had to be subjected to this type of behavior.”

“CBS and “Survivor” were on notice of Dan’s behavior from the very first days of the game. And, as “Survivor” fans know, shortly after I spoke up on camera, I was voted off the show. Since then, I’ve accepted genuine, heartfelt apologies from fellow castaways, but I’ve continued to feel disappointed by how this pattern of behavior was allowed to occur for so long,” Kim continued.

She then added that she wished “things had gone differently” but she’s happy that her “decision to speak up made a difference.”

Kim is also grateful for the people reaching out to her “to share their own stories and messages of solidarity” because they have made her feel “supported and believed.”

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Cast members of "Survivor" Season 39 are pictured during a tribal council. Screen Grab/CBS Entertainment