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Desperate: Tracey Jewel revealed on Monday that she tried to end her life with a

Abandoned "stranded and alone" in a foreign country thousands of miles from home, Married At First Sight, Tracey Jewel "could not see a way out" of his terrible situation.

And in a worrying confession, one's mother, 35, revealed Monday that she tried to end her life with an "overdose". of medicines in Berlin, Germany, several weeks ago.

Tracey hit bottom in the days after her ex-boyfriend Patrick Kedemos left her while traveling in Europe, but fortunately the doctors were able to save her after the suicide offer.

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Desperate: Tracey Jewel revealed on Monday that she tried to end her life with an "overdose" of drugs in Berlin, Germany, several weeks after the abrupt end of their relationship

In a tearful interview with New Idea, the former star of reality TV said: "I went to the head and suffered an overdose, I just could not see a way out of the current situation."

"I have been persecuted and harassed cybernetically implacably, almost all year [since MAFS], & # 39; she added. "I'm not someone with a history of depression, but I started getting help in April because a psychologist told me I might have PTSD because of everything that happened."

Finally, former Patrick de Tracey gave him money to pay for a flight back to Australia.

Suicide: Tracey (pictured) hit bottom in the days after her ex-boyfriend Patrick Kedemos left her while traveling in Europe, but fortunately doctors were able to save her after the suicide offer

Suicide: Tracey (pictured) hit bottom in the days after her ex-boyfriend Patrick Kedemos left her while traveling in Europe, but fortunately doctors were able to save her after the suicide offer

Suicide: Tracey hit bottom in the days after her ex-boyfriend Patrick Kedemos (pictured) left her while traveling in Europe, but fortunately doctors were able to save her after the suicide offer

Suicide: Tracey hit bottom in the days after her ex-boyfriend Patrick Kedemos (pictured) left her while traveling in Europe, but fortunately doctors were able to save her after the suicide offer

Suicide: Tracey (left) hit bottom in the days after her ex-boyfriend Patrick Kedemos (right) left her while traveling in Europe, but fortunately doctors were able to save her after the suicide offer

Recovery: after arriving in Perth on Friday, August 3 (pictured at the airport), Tracey entered a mental health clinic. She said: & # 39;[My doctors] I thought the best thing I could do was be careful to improve as fast as possible & # 39;

Recovery: after arriving in Perth on Friday, August 3 (pictured at the airport), Tracey entered a mental health clinic. She said: & # 39;[My doctors] I thought the best thing I could do was be careful to improve as fast as possible & # 39;

Recovery: after arriving in Perth on Friday, August 3 (pictured at the airport), Tracey entered a mental health clinic. She said: & # 39;[My doctors] I thought the best thing I could do was be careful to improve as fast as possible & # 39;

After arriving in Perth on Friday, August 3, Tracey entered a mental health clinic. She said: & # 39;[My doctors] I thought the best thing I could do was take care to improve as fast as possible.

It is believed that the self-help author currently lives in the home of his adoptive mother Jenny in Perth and is taking a prolonged break from social networks.

Tracey also told New Idea that her eight-year-old biological daughter Grace still does not know about her suicide attempt because "she does not want to scare or bother her."

They ran out of options: "abandoned and alone" in a foreign country thousands of kilometers from home, Tracey (in the photo of MAFS) "could not see a way out" to their terrible situation

They ran out of options: "abandoned and alone" in a foreign country thousands of kilometers from home, Tracey (in the photo of MAFS) "could not see a way out" to their terrible situation

They ran out of options: "abandoned and alone" in a foreign country thousands of kilometers from home, Tracey (in the photo of MAFS) "could not see a way out" to their terrible situation

At the end of last month, a source close to Tracey confirmed that she separated from her boyfriend Patrick, 45, while the couple were traveling through Europe together.

The German police was called after a discussion between Tracey and Patrick that took place on July 28, after the couple's arrival in Berlin.

The newly single star was forced to turn to the Australian embassy after she was stranded and "unable to pay her own flight home."

Notorious: Earlier this year, Tracey became one of the most talked about women in Australia when she participated in a love triangle in Married At First Sight

Notorious: Earlier this year, Tracey became one of the most talked about women in Australia when she participated in a love triangle in Married At First Sight

Notorious: Earlier this year, Tracey became one of the most talked about women in Australia when she participated in a love triangle in Married At First Sight

& # 39; Things came to breaking point on Saturday night [July 28] when they had an almighty line, with Tracey moving to a separate hotel room to calm down, "the source said at the time.

"Patrick officially ended things and Tracey stayed to organize her own trip back to Australia only after they separated.

"But she had not taken money with her on the trip and was stranded." Last friends learned that he had filed a complaint with the police and was waiting for the Australian embassy to open Monday to decide what to do.

Disaster! Tracey was paired with Dean Wells (left) at MAFS, but he went blind when he had an 'adventure'. with his contestant Davina Rankin. In the photo on your "wedding" day

Disaster! Tracey was paired with Dean Wells (left) at MAFS, but he went blind when he had an 'adventure'. with his contestant Davina Rankin. In the photo on your "wedding" day

Disaster! Tracey was paired with Dean Wells (left) at MAFS, but he went blind when he had an 'adventure'. with his contestant Davina Rankin. In the photo on your "wedding" day

Patrick eventually gave Tracey money to fly home, saying Women's Day last week that he transferred another $ 2,000 just to get rid of it.

Earlier this year, Tracey became one of the most talked about women in Australia when she participated in a love triangle in Married At First Sight.

She was paired with Dean Wells in the "social experiment", but went blind when she had an "adventure" with her contestant Davina Rankin.

Scandalous: in the months after the show was broadcast, however, Tracey emerged as one of the most controversial and divisive contestants in the series. She has faced criticism for running a purportedly fraudulent competition, plagiarism and falsely implicating her suffering from cervical cancer

Scandalous: in the months after the show was broadcast, however, Tracey emerged as one of the most controversial and divisive contestants in the series. She has faced criticism for running a purportedly fraudulent competition, plagiarism and falsely implicating her suffering from cervical cancer

Scandalous: in the months after the show was broadcast, however, Tracey emerged as one of the most controversial and divisive contestants in the series. She has faced criticism for running a purportedly fraudulent competition, plagiarism and falsely implicating her suffering from cervical cancer

In the months after the show was broadcast, however, Tracey emerged as one of the most controversial and divisive contestants in the series.

He has faced criticism for running a purportedly fraudulent competition, plagiarizing the content of his books and falsely implicating him as suffering from cervical cancer.

(Tracey has claimed that the winner of his competition was "unable to take the jackpot for what he was redesigned." He has also denied intentionally plagiarizing another person's work. As for health claims, Tracey insists that she never claimed to have cervical cancer and a removed Instagram post that apparently implied that she suffered from the disease was "completely taken out of context" by the fans and the media).

Daily Mail Australia has contacted Tracey Jewel for comments.

If you or someone you know needs support, call Lifeline on 13 11 14 or visit lifeline.org.au

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