more MAFS drama, anyone? Jilted bride Lauren, who de-flowered virgin groom Matt, has hit out at the show, saying they made her look like a “deadset nympho”.
Married At First Sight’s Lauren Huntriss, has taken to Facebook to allege a producer on the show made her say she “used to be a lesbian” and lambasted them for making her out to be a “deadset nympho”.
While things started well for the MAFS couple, things took a turn after Matt lost his virginity to Lauren on their honeymoon.
An on-air conversation between the pair earlier this week saw Lauren admit to Matt she’s had past relationships with women, with her choice of words angering many viewers.
The following day she asked Matt about his sexual preferences, asking if he would more dominant in bed.
She said: “How would you feel if I was into swinging? Threesomes? I just want to unleash the beast”.
Responding to a fan comment on Facebook, Lauren said MAFS used “great editing” to make her look like a “deadset nympho”.
According to Daily Mail Australia, Lauren wrote: “Don’t worry about the fact I’ve been nothing but supportive and patient with Matt for 4 weeks leading up to this conversation where I was clearly joking about the swinging and threesomes.
“And for the record I never chose the word ‘lesbian’. I initially said ‘I used to see women because I hated men when I was 18-20 due to something personal,’ but no it wasn’t dramatic enough so the producer made me say the word ‘lesbian’.
“To clarify I never was a lesbian, I had sexual experiences when I was 18 ffs”.
While the pair started off seemingly happy, things have only gone downhill for the newlyweds, with Lauren taking to Instagram saying: “Unfortunately [Matt’s] not capable of feelings … Since day one it was all about him. I was nothing but supportive and caring of him. This entire story was (Matthew’s) story. I’m sick of the excuses”.
The future of their relationship will be revealed this coming Sunday at the commitment ceremony.
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