Survivor's official Twitter account announced it wouldn't live-tweet Wednesday's episode because it tackled a "serious topic." The Island of the Idols episode showed a rare instance of a producer responding to a contestant, Kellee Kim, off-camera after her harassment complaints. Kim had repeatedly accused fellow contestant Dan Spilo -- a Hollywood talent manager who represents Joey King, Jared Padalecki and Kal Penn -- of being touchy and violating her personal space. The complaints prompted producers to meet with the players and with Spilo individually to give him a warning. As host and executive producer Jeff Probst explains: "We gathered all the players together and reminded them about personal boundaries and the need to respect them at all times. We covered everything from inappropriate jokes to respecting bathroom breaks, privacy to change clothes and touching in any way, including seemingly little things like brushing sand off someone's face. We were very clear in reminding them that they are our number one concern and we want them to be able to play the game without ever feeling compromised or unsafe in any way. We then met with them individually, and a number of the players made it clear to us that they knew we were referring to Dan, even though we had never singled out any one player. Those same players acknowledged that they did not feel the need for any intervention from production. We then met privately with Dan and told him that this was an official warning. He seemed surprised by the warning but replied that he understood." Probst adds: "Our players are monitored 24 hours a day for 39 days. There is never a moment when there is not a producer or camera crew with them. Our producers always check in with the players during their private confessional interviews. In addition, players are regularly checked by our medical team, who also inquire how they are handling the elements and the lack of food and sleep. We are constantly assessing how they are doing, both emotionally and physically. Beyond that, all producers on both beaches have daily downloads, so every producer is up to speed on every player. Finally, I am updated throughout the day on everything that is going on." ALSO: Survivor fans on Twitter slammed the show for its handling of sexual harassment.