Lee made it clear he was referring to Dean, as the words covered every single cast member except the controversial MAFS star.
Dean became known as MAFS 2018’s “bad boy”, after cheating on his “wife” Tracey Jewel with Davina Rankin. He the went on to do a u-turn and pursue his original match, Tracey after the show ended, attempting to woo her with some shockingly X-rated text messages.
Appearing on the Kyle and Jackie O show in March 2018, Tracey detailed the graphic words Dean had sent her, despite knowing she was in a relationship with another contestant.
Beforehand, she’d told Jackie O the story off-air, and gave the radio host permission to repeat it during the segment.
“So he’s texting her and he goes, ‘Right now I’m sitting her in the corner of my bedroom and I am watching two people have sex in front of me’’,” Jackie said. “And then he sends a picture of the girl.”
The controversial reality star then went on to anger fans with an Aprol Fool’s prank in which he falsely claimed he and Tracey had rekindled their romance.
“Despite our differences, and all that we have been through, in the long run it seems the experts may have got it right,” he wrote beneath a selfie with Tracey.
And as if that wasn’t bad enough, Dean caused a stir just days later for comments he made during an interview with Nova’s Fitzy and Wippa and 2019 MAFS contestant Mike Gunner.
During the tense chat, Dean asked Mike if he was encouraged by producers to tell his MAFS “wife” Heidi he loved her.
“When you said I love you when you went through those vows, was there a little bit of B.S. in that?” he asked, before talking about what he went through last year.
“I had a lot of BS in mine. Tracey’s a great girl but it was pressure from the situation, the producers. The whole country was hating on me and I felt, ‘I’ve got to say I love you here, I’ve got to say it.’ Even though, Tracey’s a great girl, I didn’t really love her in that way.”