If you cast your mind back to June, you might recall Cyrell posting a series of videos to her Instagram story in which she claimed Deborah called her racial slurs and physically attacked her.
“So I’m a little shaken up right now because me and Eden (Dally, her boyfriend) were just about to leave... we just had lunch,” Cyrell said in the video.“And this lady… thought it would be hilarious while I’m walking down the street to turn around and call me a ‘f***ing black',” she said.
Eden, who also appeared in the clip added: "[The woman] called [Cyrell] a black monkey and came outside and tried to fight her so I walked in the cafe and said 'what's the need to be racist and call people black monkeys?' Then she grabbed Cyrell by the throat and pushed her and I had to defend Cyrell.
"And then they’re filming it claiming that they’re the victims — they’re pushing me, I’m saying why is the cafe (owner) coming out calling her a black monkey? (The cafe) should be shut down … You’re a disgrace, you’re an embarrassment!”
She later shared a close-up photo of her neck with the caption: "Thank u (sic)! To the racist woman... who grabbed my throat... U (sic) scratched my black monkey neck."
Deborah is also suing Nine Network for publishing an article to 9Honey with the headline: "Married at First Sight 2019: Cyrell claims woman called her racial slurs and physically attacked her". Despite the fact Deborah asked for the story to be removed from their site, it remained live for a number of months, according to court documents.
The hearing was adjourned to give Cyrell more time to file her defence.