Married At First Sight bride Clare Verrall has been jilted by the editing of the reality show.
Verrall took to social media this week to vent her frustration at the editing and thanked her family, friends and her dog Dutchy for their support.
Verrall, 32, “married” hot head Jono Pittman, 28, on the Nine Network series and they have regularly butted heads.
On Tuesday’s episode he walked out of her home.
She made the comment that Pittman should only go out with girls and not women because of the immature way he acts.
“A HUGE thank you to all my wonderful friends, family & even the extraordinarily large number of amazing strangers who have offered me kind words of support this week,” she posted on her Facebook and Instagram.
A HUGE thank you to all my wonderful friends, family & even the extraordinarily large number of amazing strangers who have offered me kind words of support this week. Watching last nights episode was certainly difficult & very confronting. Luckily I had some of my closest friends & Dutchy there for support. Big love to you all & thank you so much. Big kisses from @Dutchy_vonspoonalot & I 💚💙💜 #MAFS #marriedau #marriedatfirstsight #Pout #FrenchBulldog
“Watching last night’s episode was certainly difficult & very confronting. Luckily I had some of my closest friends & Dutchy there (sic) for support,” Clare wrote on social media.
However, News Corp has reported there was originally more to her post and she initially said she was waiting for her contract with Nine to expire to tell all.
“I’m looking forward to my contract being up in 3 months time so I can share all that went on, rather than the highly edited versions that are shown during the experiment!”
In an interview with AAP earlier this month, Verrall said Pittman had such a “bad temper” it reminded her of being viciously attacked on a Melbourne street.
Verrall was assaulted while walking her dog in Prahran last year. She suffered a a broken nose, a broken toe and a black eye in the attack.
“He does have a temper. A bad temper. A definite temper,” Verrall told AAP.
“I’ve never been around a person who has had a bad temper or is particularly hot-headed.
“I was attacked on the street last year and I still have a little PTSD from that, so having people yell and scream, even if it’s not at me, makes me incredibly anxious, so that wasn’t great.”
* Married At First Sight screens on Monday and Tuesday at 7.30pm on the Nine Network
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