MAFS Australia Bronte support

Bronte speaks out against MAFS Australia and says show offers no support to the cast

‘During filming, I was distraught’

Bronte Schofield, the classic and iconic MAFS Australia bride, has spoken out against Married at First Sight and claims the show offers no support to the cast after the show airs and they’re launched into fame after the experiment is done with.

This is not the first time the franchise has come under fire for such claims, whether that be in the UK or in Australia. Speaking on the So Dramatic Extra podcast, Bronte detailed what makes it so difficult and the support she lacked after her time on MAFS Australia.

“During filming, I was distraught. I was speaking to the psychiatrist and venting, not realising at the time that everything I was saying was going back to the producers. I thought I was in a safe space.”

Bronte said how she was referring to her husband in the experiment Harrison as “a narcissist” to the psychiatrist she was having private conversations with, but claims these were shared.

“There was no actual advice, no structure to help me get through what I was feeling. They would just put you on the phone [with the psychiatrist] to say: ‘Yep, we’ve had a phone call with Bronte today; we’ve done our part’.”

She also went into details about how you can grow your Instagram after the show regardless if you were portrayed as a villain or anything on the series. “Ignore what people say. Their words mean jack sh*t. They’re not going to change any brands’ minds about you. Focus on yourself and know who you are. And your followers will see that. You can’t hide behind an edit forever.

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