It is rumored that Vanessa Sunshine & # 039; violated the strict social network policy of Network Ten & # 039;

Did she become naughty? Channel Ten has denied that Vanessa Sunshine violated the network's strict social networking policy by publishing a scathing Instagram video after being expelled from The Bachelor.

Following its elimination on Thursday's episode of The Bachelor, Vanessa & # 39; Sunshine & # 39; Bennet apparently broke with tradition by launching a scathing statement on social media.

In an "extremely blunt" video shared with Instagram, the 27-year-old legal secretary said she "gave zero f ** ks" about being kicked out of the program, adding that she refused to put Nick Cummins & # 39; on a pedestal & # 39; simply because he was the suitor.

Speculation is growing that Vanessa may have violated Channel Ten's strict social media policy for reality TV contestants by launching her own statement, however, the network has denied that this is the case.

Did she become naughty? Channel Ten has denied that Vanessa Sunshine violated the network's strict social networking policy by publishing a scathing Instagram video after being expelled from The Bachelor.

Did she become naughty? Channel Ten has denied that Vanessa Sunshine violated the network's strict social networking policy by publishing a scathing Instagram video after being expelled from The Bachelor.

Vanessa's Instagram video, which saw her reading a statement prepared from a mobile phone, was noticeably different from what the eliminated contestants usually charge the night of her departure.

Usually, when they send a woman home, she publishes an approved photo of the program and a short and cheerful legend that wishes Nick luck on his trip.

For example, when Aleksandra Sekuloska left her mansion, she shared a picture of her hugging Nick at the Rose Ceremony and wrote: "I love you and I leave you Badgy Boy … Good luck to find the love of your life" # 39;

Oh! In an "extremely forceful" video shared with Instagram, Vanessa (left) stated that she "did not give zero f ** ks" for being sent home, adding that she refused to put Nick Cummins on a pedestal & # 39; just because he was the suitor. Represented with Romy Poulier during the Roses Ceremony on Thursday

Oh! In an "extremely forceful" video shared with Instagram, Vanessa (left) stated that she "did not give zero f ** ks" for being sent home, adding that she refused to put Nick Cummins on a pedestal & # 39; just because he was the suitor. Represented with Romy Poulier during the Roses Ceremony on Thursday

Oh! In an "extremely forceful" video shared with Instagram, Vanessa (left) stated that she "did not give zero f ** ks" for being sent home, adding that she refused to put Nick Cummins on a pedestal & # 39; just because he was the suitor. Represented with Romy Poulier during the Roses Ceremony on Thursday

While Ten insists that Vanessa's publication on Instagram was "approved," the fact that she spoke so sincerely and without apology about her experience certainly raised her eyebrows.

It is no secret that the network keeps its talent at bay, with Fairfax reporting earlier this year that Nick, 30, was "forbidden" to be portrayed with women in public in case they had romantic relationships in the press.

A TV connoisseur said: "It is difficult to know if someone's charge is" pre-approved "or not, but that of Vanessa [post] it certainly deviates from what the Bachelor contestants often share on Instagram.

"If she's broken the rules, I can expect Channel 10 to be pretty annoying, but what can they do if it's already out there?

However, a spokesman clarified to Daily Mail Australia on Friday that Vanessa's statement was approved. by the heads of the network.

Breaking with tradition: while Ten insists that Vanessa's publication on Instagram was "approved", the fact that she spoke so sincerely and without apology about her experience undoubtedly raised her eyebrows

Breaking with tradition: while Ten insists that Vanessa's publication on Instagram was "approved", the fact that she spoke so sincerely and without apology about her experience undoubtedly raised her eyebrows

Breaking with tradition: while Ten insists that Vanessa's publication on Instagram was "approved", the fact that she spoke so sincerely and without apology about her experience undoubtedly raised her eyebrows

Control: in recent years, reality show contestants have actively used their personal social media accounts to promote their shows and interact with viewers. As a result, advertisers have taken more control over what participants share on platforms like Instagram and are even known to write posts or instruct talent on what to publish.

Control: in recent years, reality show contestants have actively used their personal social media accounts to promote their shows and interact with viewers. As a result, advertisers have taken more control over what participants share on platforms like Instagram and are even known to write posts or instruct talent on what to publish.

Control: in recent years, reality show contestants have actively used their personal social media accounts to promote their shows and interact with viewers. As a result, advertisers have taken more control over what participants share on platforms like Instagram and are even known to write posts or instruct talent on what to publish.

In recent years, reality show contestants have actively used their personal social media accounts to promote their shows and interact with viewers.

As a result, advertisers have taken more control over what participants share on platforms like Instagram and are even known to write their posts or instruct talent on what to publish.

The Bachelor Australia continues on Wednesday at 7:30 pm on Network Ten

Paranoid? It is not a secret Network Ten keeps its talent tight, with Fairfax reporting earlier this year that Nick Cummins (pictured) was "forbidden" to be portrayed with women in public in case they were sentimentally linked in the press.

Paranoid? It is not a secret Network Ten keeps its talent tight, with Fairfax reporting earlier this year that Nick Cummins (pictured) was "forbidden" to be portrayed with women in public in case they were sentimentally linked in the press.

Paranoid? It is not a secret Network Ten keeps its talent tight, with Fairfax reporting earlier this year that Nick Cummins (pictured) was "forbidden" to be portrayed with women in public in case they were sentimentally linked in the press.

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