MAFS Australia's Innes Basic slams online trolls and dares them to bad-mouth her in 'real life'

MAFS Australia's Innes Basic slams online trolls and dares them to bad-mouth her in 'real life'


MARRIED At First Sight Australia villain, Innes Basic, has a very strong warning to trolls who send her bullying abuse.

Innes – who became the so-called villain of series six – told trolls to face her in real life with their abuse and not just hide behind their screens.

The brunette beauty sent the challenge on her Instagram stories as she sipped on a decadent cocktail.

Poking out her tonight, Innes wrote: "To anyone who sends me an abusive or threatening message to my private messages – pls pull up on me in 'real' life. I beg of you.

"Your internet game so weak," she wrote with laughing emojis, "hurts my soul seeing so much weakness."

But the reality star also had a message for her fans.

"And to the people who send me nice ones. You are so loved and appreciated. Thank you."

After a cheating scandal with another women's husband and her constant cutting remarks to the camera, Innes became one of the most talked about contestants ever on MAFS Australia.

Innes, who has proved unpopular with many viewers, filmed the show in 2018 but it is only just aired on British TV.

Since leaving the show she has become a full-time Instagram influencer in Australia, and has worked with top beauty brands and been flown to Los Angeles for product launches.

Innes claims that appearing on MAFS left her "suicidal".

She claimed producers cut the moment that Bronson Norrish, who she was coupled up with, said he was "into open relationships".

She told the Mail: "I attempted suicide during filming so I got PTSD from it. It really f***ed me up and I had to keep filming and I was like oh my God."

The star added that her friend died, her dad and mum split up and she came under fire for secretly hooking up with Sam Ball in an 'affair' he claims was completely staged.

She went on: "I lost all my body weight. I had to be carried from scene to scene I was so weak.

You can catch up with past episodes of MAFS Australia now on All 4.

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