Shitstormen against realitydeltageren Sarah Dohn would never end, since the Swedish viewers of the program 'Paradise Hotel', so the young girl comment on his partner Türkers appearance.
the Episode, which at the time was featured in the Extra Blade, referred to realitydeltageren Türker Alici. When Sarah Dohn for the first parceremoni was asked if he was her type, she had not formulated themselves quite so fortunate.
- a Little. I'm not so much to the foreign. But he is certainly a type, I would go after if he were not from abroad, she said, and she could immediately hear that it was not quite so judicious.
All trains sprogblomsten with a laugh, and Sarah Dohn emphasized, that the opinion in no way should be construed racist.
Yet took the CHRONICALLY Group, which is behind the Viaplay and Viafree, the decision to remove the section from the program, so no longer can see the opinion.
'We have a responsibility to provide content that on no show positively produce discriminatory behavior or compromise with our values as a company, and therefore we have chosen to remove Paradise Hotel season 16, section 4, when there occurs an episode that can be perceived offensive to our viewers. This has never been our (or sarah's) intention, and we deeply regret if we have offended or otherwise affected our viewers negatively,' said Mette Barnes, head of communications at CHRONICALLY Group in Denmark.
Later in the season, you can see Türker and Sarah in a quarrel, where the two have been adversaries over the game in the program.
Türker, who clearly is very influenced by the situation and the alcohol, choose to throw a bottle in the minds of Sarah and will be removed from the hotel of the production for the violence.
Sarah after she got a bottle in the head. Photo: Camilla Raven
the Section spawned on udseendelsetidspunktet reactions from people, who very naturally were outraged over the violence against Sarah. But in relation to that section with the water bottle explains the CHRONICALLY following:
'the Situation where a participant expresses a preference about the appearance of a potential partner, has been misunderstood and has been offensive to some of our viewers. We are very sorry, and the section has been removed. In the situation with the water bottle did we respond with the same, and the participant was sent home, since we have zero tolerance for violence in all its forms,' reads the response from Mette Barnes, who continues:
'We will, like the rest of the world, ongoing the wiser. We have learnt of this situation and we will continue to do. We removed the episode, because the situation has been misunderstood and has been offensive to some of our viewers. We are very sorry. As mentioned, we acted immediately on the incident with the water bottle, so the episode will not be removed'.
Ekstra Bladet would have liked to have gotten answers to several questions from the CHRONICALLY Group. You can read all our issues here:
These questions we have sent to the CHRONICALLY Group: We would like to know why it makes sense for you to keep a section in which the displayed violence against women, but removes the one where a woman expresses her preferences about the appearance of a potential partner?Is the violence is not against your values?We know that the swedes were immensely upset over the section, and it was the reason that it was removed from the Danish service also. If the swedes now also becoming alarmed at the violence, so one can expect that it will also be removed?How could the section be allowed to lie so long in the Danish service, if it goes against your values?Why was the episode from parceremonien at all shown in the first place? Show more Close
Expert in mediejura and presseetik Vibeke Boberg says to Ekstra Bladet, that the media has an editorial freedom that makes that they can choose to send what they want.
- Ethical, you can then consider whether it is true that a program that is made to be entertaining, should contain a voldsscene. But they are free to show it.
According to Martin Boberg becomes editorial content often only be deleted, if it just goes against the public sentiment that exists on the rewarding time.
- It will mostly be in the background of the public debate, or a particular episode or criticism that you choose to remove the content. It is usually in the background, the media responds.
the Media do not have to follow the mood of the population, or explain their choice, but Vibeke Boberg believes that one must of course take the debate about the content.
And so it is important that we are critical to them.
Extra Leaf was on Monday in contact with Türker Alici, which did not hide the fact that he was far from being agree with the decision to remove the section - and not at all perceived it as racist.
In relation to the incident with the water bottle placed the 'Paradise Hotel'-the participant is already down flat, as it in march was shown for the Danish tv-viewers.
- I have it really tight with it all. I usually say, one should not regret anything in life. I have learned of it here, and I regret it insanely much. I am disappointed in myself. I have not just failed myself and Sarah. I have also let down the production, and I have taken place in the program from one that could have behaved properly, he said at that time to the Extra Blade.
When he is asked what he thinks about that tv-viewers are allowed to see the violent episode, but not the alleged racism, the answer is clear:
- I'm thinking that you just need to take it up, and then it should also probably be removed. You should just impose on people before it gets done, says Türker and continues:
" You just need to have one to mention the incident, and then comes the people like little ants, and say: 'yes, it is also true!'.
Türker Alici fear not, however, the reactions from the swedes, when they see the episode with the bottle. He has put it behind him, and a really good related to Sarah.