Why did Lauren Coogan leave the challenge?

Fans of The Challenge on MTV noted that Lauren Coogan was largely absent from the first episode of The Challenge 37: Spies, Lies, and Allies.

She has opened up about her alleged removal from the show on social media.

Lauren Coogan

Why did Lauren Coogan leave the challenge?

The new season of Challenge 20 saw new faces alongside veterans.

From the UK and contestant on the second season of Love Island USA, Lauren Coogan made her first appearance on the show and chose Big Brother 19 contestant Josh Martinez as the challenge partner.

However, the first episode did not feature any footage of the couple other than their image appearing in the opening credits.

PinkRose, a spoiled social media account, claimed that producers disqualified Kogan after making racially insensitive remarks about Anissa Ferrara at a house party.


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The actors and producers have not publicly confirmed these rumors.

Coogan admitted her apparent disappearance from the episode by tweeting a picture of her straight face with the caption, “I try not to say everything I know.”

She followed up her tweet shortly after with a series of messages.

“No jokes, I was flagged and scapegoated on two major networks in the same month. My anxiety skyrocketed, my mind was a mess and it led to a kind of identity crisis.”

Reality TV is meant to be a source of entertainment and fun. Breaking the monotony of the real life of the audience. We are not signed up to be role models or politicians.

“We are just people finding out that (in front of millions) are both brave and foolish enough to put our lives out there for the sheer entertainment of whoever chooses to watch it.” “

“However, we still share parts of our real lives. Your comedy can be our tragedy and vice versa. So just as a reminder, don’t believe everything you hear/see…and treat people kind.”

Kogan answered questions about his lack of broadcasting on his Instagram Stories after the second episode aired.

She claimed she didn’t want to talk about her experience on the show, saying it was “extremely painful” and “the worst time of my life” and that she needed treatment to recover.

In response to another fan, she said MTV legal did not have time to reconsider her alleged remarks before the next challenge started.

How can I watch Le Défi?

Challenge 37 airs every Wednesday at 8/7 CST on MTV.

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