One of the first to get evicted off Ten’s Bachelor in Paradise has hit out at the show’s producers in an explosive Instagram post.
Brett Moore (pictured above), who failed to receive a rose in Tuesday night’s episode of Bachelor in Paradise, faced an intense interrogation by one of the show’s producers on camera over whether or not he had a girlfriend in the outside world.
— BachelorInParadiseAU (@BachParadiseAU) March 26, 2018
Soon after the episode aired, Moore took to Instagram to slam the show for “putting production over humanity” and stitching up him and his girlfriend Stephanie Boulton, who he claims was originally going to be appearing on Bachelor in Paradise too.
IMAGINE: you were in the really early days of dating someone and after a hectic year filming two tv series’ – along with some personal travel – leaving little time together since meeting. IMAGINE: you were both asked to then go on a show in Fiji, sip cocktails with your mates from the last two series and, more importantly, spend time with THE girl your interested in, all the while being paid. Then imagine you arrived on the island first, her contract only then to be ripped up; leaving it to look like you went on a dating show without her. Imagine then airing it to Australia portraying you as a shit bloke and as always, forever putting production over humanity, despite never changing our story that we had been seeing each other in the lead up and couldn’t wait to be reunited in Fiji. Now you have “reality” TV. #thebachelor #thebachelorette #bacheloreinparadise #happiestwhenintherealworld #filmedsixmonthsago
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Boulton backed up her beau’s claims when she spoke to KIIS FM’s Kyle & Jackie O earlier this week.
“He went on the island and this whole thing blew up,” she said. “I think they just wanted their first drama, so they fixed him up.”
B&T has contacted Ten for comment.