Married to First Sight & # 39; villain & # 39; Ines Basic has recently made explosive claims about the & # 39; manipulation & # 39; who will produce the show.
And on Tuesday, the 29-year-old former legal assistant looked knocked down while smoking a cigarette outside her home in Brisbane.
She was wearing a bathrobe and with her hair in a messy bun, Ines cut a lonely figure while sitting barefoot on her porch.
Downcast: Married to First Sight & # 39; s Ines Basic looked downcast while she smoked a cigarette outside her home in Brisbane on Tuesday
Ines, who looked pale and drawn without makeup, seemed tense as she scrolled through her iPhone.
The sighting comes just a few days after revealing the devastating personal toll of appearing on Married At First Sight.
Ones told me on Monday women's Day that her life got out of hand after the lead role on the Channel Nine reality show.
Thoughtful: Ines looked pale and drawn without makeup as she scrolled through her iPhone
She partly blames the producers for her test and claims that she was manipulated & # 39; during the experiment & # 39; and & # 39; checked & # 39; felt.
& # 39; I really thought the whole experience was going to be fun, but behind the scenes it was so heavily under control, & # 39; she said.
Ines also told The Kyle and Jackie O Show earlier this week that she felt compelled to do excessive things.
Match made in hell? At the show Ines was linked to & # 39; nice guy & # 39; Bronson Norrish (left) and their constant skirmishes were widely criticized by viewers – with Ines being blamed most
& # 39; You are in this situation where the pressure is so high, everything happens at the fastest pace, & # 39; she explained.
& # 39; Your mentality works under stress, you don't think well. You are told to do these things. Frankly, you have no option. & # 39;
Ines claimed that producers were only interested in juicy storylines and that even the death of a loved one was not enough to arouse sympathy.
Backlash: Ines & # 39; cheated & # 39; at Bronson with another groom, Sam Ball (right), who has cemented her & # 39; villain & # 39; status and made her one of the most despised participants in the show's history
& # 39; One of my friends died, I went to the funeral, but I had to fly back to Sydney the next day to film (MAFS) & # 39 ;, she said.
Ines added that her weight plummeted by 12 kg because of the stress and sadness she experienced at the time.
& # 39; Losing weight when I am very stressed is not difficult. I had the toughest time at MAFS, filming was really demanding and I had a lot of personal drama & # 39; s just before the reunion was recorded, & she said NW magazine.
Drama: Ines claims that producers were only interested in juicy storylines and that even the death of a loved one was not enough to arouse sympathy. Pictured left: Elizabeth Sobinoff
This stress was exacerbated in March when Ines & # 39; legal misery culminated in a lawsuit in Brisbane.
She pleaded guilty to drinking allowances that resulted from an incident on Christmas Day last year and was sentenced to 70 hours of community work and disqualified for three months' driving.
At the show Ines was linked to & # 39; nice guy & # 39; Bronson Norrish, 35, and their constant skirmishes were widely criticized by viewers – with Ines being blamed the most.
She & # 39; cheated & # 39; also at Bronson with another groom, Sam Ball, who has her & # 39; villain status & # 39; has cemented and made her one of the most despised participants in the history of MAFS.
Weight considerations: in February reports emerged that Ines had lost 12 kilos in a few weeks and a & # 39; recluse & # 39; had become due to the recoil on her filthy display on the screen.
It is after former MAFS participant Clare Verrall revealed that she tried to commit suicide twice after appearing on the controversial series in 2016.
& # 39; I was so broken and scared that I wouldn't go outside & # 39 ;, the 35-year-old told Channel Seven Sunday night.
& # 39; I stayed in bed. I just didn't get up and … I … I had panic attacks. I mean, like I was crying on the floor. The feeling that you are dying.
& # 39; I have many death threats. Just very specific threats like: & # 39; I hope she is raped and then dies in a fire. & # 39; & # 39;
Suicide Revelation: It is after former MAFS contestant Clare Verrall (photo) revealed that she tried suicide twice after appearing on the Channel Nine reality show in 2016
Another former MAFS participant, Tracey Jewel, claimed earlier this week that appearing on the show last year also ruined her life.
& # 39; It takes a lot of courage to speak out about the aftermath of reality TV. As many know, I have experienced similar struggles, & she wrote on Instagram in response to Clare & # 39; s testimony.
& # 39; I don't think you can ever get over it. It becomes a new normal. But with amazing supportive friends and family and finding a new goal, life can always be a surprise. & # 39;
Daily Mail Australia has contacted Channel Nine for comments.
Terrible experience: another former MAFS participant, Tracey Jewel, claimed this week that it appeared on the show last year also ruined her life
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