MAFS star slammed wife in deleted posts

Amanda Micallef from Married At First Sight has blasted her TV wife Tash Herz in a series of scathing Instagram comments.

MAFS contestants aren't meant to reveal publicly whether or not their relationships work out so as to not ruin the outcome for viewers.

However, in the past couple of weeks, Tash has flouted Channel 9's rules and made it clear her relationship with Amanda failed.

Tash is now in a relationship with a woman named Madison Hewitt, and the two happily posed for photographers at an event in Melbourne on Saturday night.

Madison Hewitt and Tash Herz on the weekend. Picture: Diimex
Madison Hewitt and Tash Herz on the weekend. Picture: Diimex

 

Tash and Amanda were married on MAFS.
Tash and Amanda were married on MAFS.

Overnight, Amanda let rip at Tash on Instagram after a MAFS fan account posted a video of Tash and her new partner.

Under the post, Amanda commented: "What a pack of fake plastic try hard moles! No f**ks given".

She also wrote about Tash: "She's a disgusting person on many levels … every dog has their day."

Tash and Amanda were paired by the show’s three experts.
Tash and Amanda were paired by the show’s three experts.

Amanda later deleted her comments on the post, but this morning she told news.com.au she stands by what she wrote.

"The reason why I had a crack last night is because Tash is doing all these spoiler stories," Amanda told news.com.au. "There's absolutely no regard or respect to us whilst we've been filming on the actual experiment, so I had a crack.

"She's going around calling me aggressive; well I showed her a little bit of aggression last night to remind her that she's an idiot and I've got no respect to her."

 

Married At First Sight continues tonight on Channel 9 at 7.30pm


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