One candidate was eliminated before the start of the 2nd season of "The Island of Love"

A few hours after the presentation of the first five comrades who participated in the second season of “The Island of Love”, on Thursday evening, following a wave of protests on social media, one of them had to withdraw from the production.

Read more: “The Island of Love”: Introduction of the first four boys

Adam, 22, of Mont-Saint-Hilaire, will not be part of the reality TV production Productions Déferlantes, along with Quebecor Content.

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Adam’s departure will have no impact on the broadcast of the daily newspaper, which begins on Monday, April 18, on TVA, as recordings have not yet begun in the Dominican Republic where new maneuvers will take place.

The production team of “The Island of Love” learned of Adam’s condemnation on social media today, though not all islanders. [aient] The criminal background tests did not reveal anything and the allegations reported in the last few hours were taken very seriously, ”the producers wrote on Instagram,“ We ​​have decided to end Adam’s journey now.

On Friday, the QMI agency was told that all candidates for the second season had been evaluated by a psychologist. In addition, research was conducted on social networks before each participant officially packed their bags.

The adaptation of “Love Island” and “The Island of Love” will air on TVA from Monday, Thursday, April 18 at 9pm. All episodes are available on TVA +.

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