Captain Lee Rossbach He confirms the reason for his frank interview with Carl Radke It will no longer see the light of day.
“We recorded an interview with Carl Radke. I think the fans heard it because I had some people ask me, ‘Okay, we heard the teaser.’ Where is he?” Below deck The alum, 73, said on the Wednesday, Nov. 15, episode of his “Salty With Captain Lee” podcast. “I regret to inform you that it will not be broadcast and that this was not my invitation.”
He explained to me that he didn’t have all the answers about the decision.
“If you want to know why, I think you can ask Karl Radke,” he added. “We did. We recorded it but it wouldn’t play. So I apologize to all of you who thought you were going to hear that. That was my intention but it didn’t work out.”
According to Lee, the episode was canceled at the last minute. “That’s why we didn’t have a show last week. We were ready to air and the plug was pulled. But not by us. Make of that what you will,” he concluded.
Us Weekly He released an exclusive sneak peek at the planned tell-all show one day before the podcast was scheduled to go live. In the two separate clips, Radke, 38, explained why he doesn’t regret ending their engagement Lindsey Hubbard.
“It was scary. It was confusing. It was emotional. I feel really bad about the way everything turned out in the end,” Radke said in the first audio recording, which was released on November 6. If I could go back and make something a little easier or better, I would do it.”
Radke emphasized that he stands by the breakup, adding, “I firmly believe that Lindsay and I going in our separate directions will be healthier for us in the long run.”
summer house Viewers watched Radke and Hubbard, 37, get engaged in Season 7 after just a year of dating. They were expected to tie the knot in Mexico this month before news emerged that Radke had ended their engagement three months before their wedding.
Radke noted in a second clip from Lee’s Unchained podcast that season 8 of summer house It will show what led to the split. “Given the fact that our show will be airing in January, I really think people will watch this season and a lot of questions may be answered,” he explained. “People really understand how the decision can be like canceling a wedding [how it] It can come to that. “It’s a very big deal.”
Radke added, “It was a very painful and emotional time. So I was silent trying to process, be respectful, and try to move on and heal properly. It was just a difficult situation.”
Hubbard publicly claimed that Radke was “completely blindsided” by the situation.
It was completely humiliating. “It would have been one thing if this conversation had happened over the summer during our normal shooting schedule,” she revealed exclusively in the November issue of the magazine. we. “But for [Carl] To call the producers and then set up the cameras and manipulate me into sitting down [so he could break up with me] After we’re already done it’s scary. “The whole world found out within 30 minutes of me.”
Radke denied her version of events involving producers during various interviews at BravoCon. Meanwhile, Hubbard disputed Radke’s claims that they were going through major issues before the split.
“I don’t like this narrative that we fought all summer. We didn’t fight all summer — at all,” she said. we At BravoCon on November 4. “That’s why it was such an absolute surprise, because we had some arguments at first. Normal couples [have] Arguments.”
Hubbard remembers having a “great summer” before “the last two weeks” changed everything.
“It was like, what happens now?” So, this whole idea is that we’ve had a rough summer [is wrong]. “This was the best summer,” she added at the time. “It’s been the most fun summer of the last two years summer house. until Kyle [Cooke] Approves! Everyone agrees with that. All the girls, everyone. I don’t like this narrative that this summer has been tough, because it hasn’t been.