Claire Odioso, who was part of the controversial challenge, is reportedly threatened with possible lawsuits by the show's execs after she adressed the controversial game in several interviews.
"Fear Factor" might not want people to keep talking about the donkey semen stunt that received a backlash from an animal activist group. Claire Odioso, one of the contestants who drank a glass of the sperm in the controversial episode, reportedly has been warned by the show's executives not to talk about the stunt.
Claire and her twin sister Brynne Odioso, who also joined the challenge, recently appeared on TMZ Live to defend the act. Claire has since reportedly got a call from the show's executives who threaten her with possible lawsuits if she releases another word regarding the stunt.
TMZ.com furthermore reported that other contestants also received the same warning. If they still dare to speak about the gross stunt, the show's bosses would enforce the confidentiality agreement.
Claire and Brynne were actually trying to explain that the donkey semen stunt did not involve bestiality porn. "There's a large difference ... no sexual acts involved," they claimed, adding that they're proud of what they did.
In another interview with Tampa Bay Radio's "Cowhead Show", the twin sisters admitted they are disappointed the episode was pulled "because we wanted to share the experience with our friends and family." They went on arguing, "We feel no animals were harmed during the stunt, and it is known that animal semen is consumed in parts of the world like Australia and New Zealand."
The "Fear Factor" episode was initially scheduled to air on Monday, January 30. However, after American Donkey & Mule Society (ADMS) launched a protest, the network yanked the said installment off the schedule.