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However, as he left the show after betraying his friend, Varner broke down in tears as he admitted his mistake.'Nobody on this planet should do what I did tonight - ever,' he said. He also tweeted a more thorough apology as the episode screened.'And I am so sorry to anybody I offended, especially Zeke, and his family and his friends. After taking some time to compose himself, Smith spoke to his fellow contestants, explaining why he'd, until that point, kept his gender identity private.'There are questions people ask.In the new issue of People, it is reported he transitioned from a woman to a man while he studied religion at Harvard University.He tells the publication he felt depressed during his transition and decided to set his sights on competing in Survivor in the hope of becoming 'the man I wanted to be'.Turning to Smith, he posed a question: 'Why haven't you told anyone you are transgender? 'Probst then made an executive decision that there would be no vote and Varner would be the next to leave the island.'We don't need to vote, just grab your torch,' he told Varner.
I wanted to be Zeke the Survivor player.''It's really not cool,' he said of Varner outing him on television.'But...
Survivor host Jeff Probst has dramatically evicted one of this season's contestants after one of the most shocking situations in 34 seasons of the show.
The latest episode of the Game Changers series, which aired Wednesday night, showed Brooklyn hipster Zeke Smith, 28, getting outed as transgender by one of his fellow contestants.
I'm fine.'Several of the other contestants became extremely emotional as they grappled with what he'd done to Zeke.
Horrified viewers took to social media, echoing the sentiments of those on the show.
Southern realtor Jeff Varner, 50, who's twice previously competed in the show, was evicted after his attempt to avoid being kicked off the show backfired.