Love Island Australia’s Sadee Sub Luban has been removed from the official Love Island website and from the show, after serious allegations were made against him
** CONTENT WARNING: This story contains references to sexual assault.**
As reported in episode 120 of the So Dramatic! podcast, host Megan Pustetto revealed that he is now the only Islander to not appear on the website.
Sadee was introduced as a Love Island bomb, however, didn’t get any airtime.
Fans also noticed that scenes had been cut, when a glitch appeared on screen.
What Has Love Island Australia’s Sadee Been Accused Of?
As reported on episode 117 of the So Dramatic! podcast, the allegations against the 21-year-old range from sexual harassment to more serious claims of abuse.
More than 30 women came forward with similar stories, including one that was interviews on the So Dramatic! podcast.
The women posted their experiences with the 21-year-old on social media and called for the producers of Love Island Australia to pull him from the show.
According to the woman who came forward, ten women in total took their stories to the producers at Channel 9.
“Ten of us told our stories to the producers,” she said. “There are many more that have messaged [me] saying they’ve just emailed and direct messaged the page.
“But ten direct stories have gone to the producer about these serious allegations.”
A Petition Was Created to Have Sadee Removed from the Show
A Change.Org petition detailed that they had chosen to come forward for the “safety” of the women on the show.
At the time of publication, the petition had reached 1.5k signatures.
So Dramatic! has reached out to Channel 9 for comment regarding the allegations made about Sadee, however, we are yet to hear back.
If you or someone you know needs help, please contact BeyondBlue on 1300 224 636 or Lifeline on 13 11 14. If you or someone you know has been the victim of a sexual assault, please contact the Sexual Assault & Domestic Violence National Help Line on 1800 Respect (1800 737 732) or head to The Australian Human Rights Commission for a list of state by state resources.
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