Married At First Sight Australia’s Sam dishes on FAKE affair with Ines and how producers forced him to be love rat
MARRIED At First Sight Australia star Sam Ball has lifted the lid on his 'fake affair' with Ines Basic on the hit dating show.
On the E4 series this week, outraged viewers watched the pair cheat on their partners and spend the night together in a Gold Coast hotel room.
However, Sam has since revealed the alleged 'affair' was completely fake.
In fact, the 26-year-old Aussie claims the romance was staged by producers after they forced him into acting a certain way.
Taking to his Instagram Story, Sam claimed: "Thank you to all you guys in the UK enjoying the show because I'm about to ruin it for you.
"So the experts don't pick the couples, the producers do. They have a list of people they have to find and approach them on Instagram and ask you to go on the show.
"I actually did apply to go on the show, that's the funny part. But I know Elizabeth didn't apply."
Discussing the Ines scenes, Sam said: "They pulled me into a dark room and asked me to do the Ines scenes – they set that up. They made Ines DM me on the phone, that was all staged.
"I did what I was asked to do with all of that. I didn't really care what it looked like. I was in the zone. I've acted before in TV commercials and it was a job for me.
"I got paid to do this by the way. I got paid to do it this, just like everyone else."
He continued: "Then all the Ines stuff started happening. I throw her on the bed on that date night – not even five seconds later, the producers come in and de-mic you.
"I didn't sleep with Ines that night, that didn't happen. I didn't sleep with anyone on the show… mark my words.
"If there was ever a time I was late for a dinner party,I f**king was there.
"I was having a drink with the producers."
Sam went on to claim that he was put in a separate hotel to his fellow cast members.
He added: "As for me leaving the show, I was done with the bulls**t. I was done with being kept away from everyone else.
"I had enough of living a double life."
Viewers of the series previously questioned whether the show was staged after Ines was spotted wearing different knickers in one scene.
Meanwhile, there was also an error in hotel room numbers.
Soon after the scenes aired in the UK, Ines, 30, told The Sun: "It was basically scripted and [the editing] was manipulated."
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