After Ines shared a bikini snap to Instagram, many Brits took to the comments section to slam her for her behaviour on the show.
"Watching Married At First Sight in the UK now. I would of knocked the s*** out of you!! Nasty piece of work," one troll wrote.
However, Ines didn't let the comment slide and replied: "That’s so cute hun."
When another fan defended Ines against a troll in a separate comment, and wrote "It's a scripted reality show" accompanied by many laughing emojis, Ines responded to the fan: "Some people just don’t understand the entertainment industry. Poor things."
Shortly after her season aired in Australia, Ines opened up about the terrifying experiences of cyber bullying she faced.
"There honestly isn't a thing I haven't been called online," she confessed.
"A lot of the really insane stuff people send me goes to my DMs, I guess they're too weak to leave it on my comments."
Ines, who came to Australia when she was four-years-old as a Bosnian refugee with her family, also gave a shock insight into the insults she'd been called.
"Usually it's like 'refugee scum', 'Slavic dog', I get rape threats, I've had the police do drive-bys past my house because of stalkers."
Ines is making her grand return to the MAFS world for the 2021 reunion dinner party two-part episode that airs this week.
The season six star has a brand new look and will be reunited with her former co-stars including Martha Kalifatidis, Michael Brunelli, Cyrell Paule, Mike Gunner and Jessika Power.