Married with & # 39; ex-virgin & # 39; from First Sight, Matthew Bennett makes explosive claims against his ex Lauren Huntriss while throwing his wedding ring into an Indonesian volcano
Matthew Bennett, who notoriously lost his virginity on Married At First Sight earlier this year, has made explosive progress against his ex – & # 39; Lauren & Huns.
The 30-year-old videographer accused Lauren, 31, of treating him badly during their ill-fated TV marriage, claiming to be & # 39; offensive & # 39; sent text messages and even publicly suggested that he could be gay.
Earlier this week, Matthew shared a photo with Instagram about himself as he threw his wedding ring into a volcano during a hiking trip in Indonesia with his current girlfriend, Annabel Jameson.
Sorry, Lauren! Earlier this week, MAFS – Matthew Bennett shared a photo with Instagram about himself and threw his wedding ring into a volcano
& # 39; I threw my ring in a volcano. Have a great Tuesday everyone, & Matthew wrote in the caption.
Soon after posting the image, one of Matthew & # 39; s followers criticized him for taking a public wipe at Lauren.
He then defended himself by saying that he had every right to criticize his ex for the way she reportedly treated him during and after MAFS.
Allegations: After one of Matthew's followers claimed that his position was superfluous, he made several explosive claims about the behavior of Lauren (left) during and after Married At First Sight
Matthew claimed that Lauren & # 39; had called him (names) & # 39; and & # 39; offensive text messages & # 39; had sent. He also said she called & # 39; gay (him) months after the show ended & # 39 ;.
He added: & # 39; Just because nothing was recorded on the camera does not mean that it did not happen. I did not start this message to paint someone with a certain brush.
& # 39; But you can be sure that I am going to defend my right to defend my trauma my way. And keep your opinion to yourself, unless you are my therapist. & # 39;
Claims: Matthew (photo) claimed that Lauren & # 39; had called him (names) & # 39; and & # 39; offensive text messages & # 39; had sent. He also said she called & # 39; gay (him) months after the show ended & # 39;
According to Matthew, the makers of Married At First Sight, the publicists and the psychologist were aware of what would happen.
However, no action was taken and he eventually decided to ignore Lauren in the hope that her alleged behavior would stop.
& # 39; In addition, it was so hard to get Lauren to leave me alone and stop bothering me that I wanted the sleeping dogs to lie, & # 39; he claimed.
& # 39; But I started the therapy to try to deal with what happened. & # 39;
Daily Mail Australia has contacted Channel Nine and Lauren Huntriss for comments.
War of words: According to Matthew, MAFS & # 39; producers, publicists and a forwarded psychologist were aware of what would happen, but did not take action. Pictured: Lauren
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