Married At First Sight insider reveals nude photos and ‘escort profiles’

Inside the sleazy world of reality TV dirt: Gossip journalist reveals she is flooded with nude photos and ‘escort profiles’ of Married At First Sight stars that are too scandalous to publish

A freelance journalist has revealed there is an underground network of Married At First Sight gossip hounds sharing stories that are too scandalous to publish.

The anonymous hack told the Not Here To Make Friends podcast that many of these raunchy tales can’t be reported by the mainstream press for legal reasons.

She said: ‘I’ve been sent sex tapes of brides, escort profiles. There’s a few escort profiles I’ve been sent… and some [of the women] are still working, as far as I’m told.’

Behind the headlines: A freelance journalist has revealed there is an underground network of Married At First Sight gossip hounds sharing stories that are too scandalous to publish. Pictured: MAFS relationship experts Mel Schilling, Dr Trisha Stratford and John Aiken

Behind the headlines: A freelance journalist has revealed there is an underground network of Married At First Sight gossip hounds sharing stories that are too scandalous to publish. Pictured: MAFS relationship experts Mel Schilling, Dr Trisha Stratford and John Aiken

The journalist even claimed she had been approached by MAFS participants asking for advice on how much to charge for sexual services. 

‘I had texts from one of the brides asking, ‘How much should I charge for sex? I’m going out with this older guy tonight, what should I charge?” she said. 

The freelance writer explained that she passes the information and photos on to media outlets, but her stories are rarely printed because of the defamation risk. 

Guess who, don't sue! The anonymous hack said that many of these raunchy tales can't be reported by the mainstream press for legal reasons. Pictured: John Aiken

Guess who, don’t sue! The anonymous hack said that many of these raunchy tales can’t be reported by the mainstream press for legal reasons. Pictured: John Aiken

In particular, it is highly defamatory to claim that someone worked as an escort, and an online profile is generally not considered solid evidence. 

The journalist also claimed she had received nude photos of one of the grooms from his ex-girlfriend.

Sharing intimate photos of an ex-partner without their consent is illegal.

Lips are sealed: The freelance writer explained that she passes the information and photos on to media outlets, but her stories are rarely printed because of the defamation risk

Lips are sealed: The freelance writer explained that she passes the information and photos on to media outlets, but her stories are rarely printed because of the defamation risk

Married At First Sight launched in Australia in 2015 with just four couples and six episodes.

Since then, it has become one of the most popular programs on Australian TV, with the latest season featuring 12 couples.

Despite the show failing to create many long-lasting relationships, its controversies have resulted in sky-high ratings for Channel Nine.

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