Married at First Sight contestant Tayla Winter has made some shocking claims about her time appearing on the dating show. Tayla took part in the tenth season of MAFS Australia, which sees singles get married to someone they've never met.
She was partnered with Hugo Armstrong, but the couple broke up before the final ceremony. In a recent TV interview on Channel 7's Sunrise, Tayla spoke about her time on the show and claimed she wasn't given a fair edit, saying she believes the potential impact on contestants' mental health is "dangerous". Related: Married at First Sight star Jesse Burford addresses Janelle romance rumours"The way it's done is unethical," Tayla told Sunrise. "I think that going into the show, I had no idea how controlled it would be.
There is a lot of manipulation and it's pretty scary," she continued. "Production was pretending to be your best friend the entire time, and you build a trust with what you think is a really strong relationship with them. "Related: Married at First Sight star Alyssa reveals she never applied for the showTayla also admitted she and some of her co-stars were "struggling" during their time on MAFS. "I think it's really dangerous. . .
I know that some of my cast mates are really struggling. I've been struggling," she said. "I hope that people just understand what it's really like.Read more on msn.com