This is the crazy moment rumor. Out of twenty adventurers selected to participate Koh Lanta, the legend ‘, is currently being broadcast on TF1, three of them could have made a financial deal, Claude, Laurent and Phil. The three men had promised to share the winnings if one of them won.
The accusations were promoted by Mohamed Al-Daraji, the former participant of “Koh Lanta” in 2005 and 2010, on the set of “Touche pas à mon poste”, on Wednesday October 6. “It’s there, it’s been. In 2005 we did it, we didn’t hide it, we did it with Clémence, we did it with Coumba. We knew we were going to get to many in the final, and we didn’t want just one to win. So, we shared it with five We shared 110,000 euros,” Did he say.
According to him, some of the candidates will be in touch before filming begins. “Before leaving, the candidates know who they are being selected for. They make phone calls between them: “I’m leaving, we get together. We ally. They all know each other!’”Muhammad explains.
Contacted by Puremédias, Alexia Laroche-Joubert, producer of “Koh-Lanta,” did not fail to respond to the rumours. “I would find it shameful and sad if it were true.”“The regulations forbid this,” she admits, explaining. We also warn them that some promises made during the game may no longer be kept. “
To avoid unhealthy strategies, immune collars, secret weapons or surprise tips have been incorporated to spark the competition. “The game’s mechanics are designed to disrupt or even break any alliances between candidates, especially with old hands like those from the All-Stars seasons. More than money, what these all-star adventurers want most is a title! Their holy grail is the totem!”, concludes Alexia Laroche-Joubert. The case continues…
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