The backlash also continued on Instagram.
"Lovely outfit for court! So respectful" one user sarcastically commented, adding a confused faced emoji. "And she's bringing a child into the world," said another. "Not enough cleavage."
After noticing the comments, the soon to be mum hit back, writing: "What I wear to court doesn't reflect my character nor my capability to be a mother."
She also took to her Instagram story where she echoed a similar sentiment.
"Today I went into court... wearing this plunging neckline dress... The following comments regarding my attire just show the critical world we live in," she wrote alongside a photo showing off her outfit.
Referring to the nasty people who accused her of unnecessarily flaunting her ample assets, she wrote: "They are called "breasts" for those that didn't know. And as long as I feel sexy, beautiful and strong, I will flaunt every inch of my body. Calling a woman "trash" because she feels phenomenal.... just remember the same things you find "trash" are what breastfed you, feeds your children now.'
Finding an outfit was probably the least of Cyrell's worries yesterday. The controversial MAFS contestant is currently being sued by Pelican Cafe Takeaway owner, Deborah Wilson, for defamation over racism and assault allegations.
In June, Cyrell posted a series of videos to her Instagram story in which she claimed Deborah called her racial slurs— specifically a "black monkey"— and physically attacked her after a fight ensued in her shop.
“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 which was broadcast to her 246, 000 followers. “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.
Since she said it was "unprovoked and racially motivated", Deborah took legal action, claiming she's been "greatly injured in her reputation, has suffered hurt to feelings and has been and will be brought into public disrepute, odium, ridicule and contempt”.
The hearing was adjourned to give Cyrell more time to file her defence.