"I’ve still got bruises in the ribs from the Married At First Sight woman who elbowed me on the way through on the red carpet," Kochie said.
"Someone is saying Martha in my ear. I could not pick her out of a line-up, but my god she got you in the ribs," Samantha Armytage added to which newsreader Natalie Barr replied, "she's got an attitude".
"Do not get between Martha and the camera," Channel Seven sports reporter Mark Beretta said. "Especially when you’ve only got 15 minutes of fame," Sam teased as the panel erupted in laughter.
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After slamming the reality star on national television, Martha took to Instagram and later uploaded a YouTube video refuting Kochie's claims, bashing the Channel Seven reporter for "bullying".
"Today, Kochie refused to apologise for lying about the elbowing incident and he thinks that I don't deserve an apology and he just thinks that because I was on a reality TV show, and I am reality TV star, that I don't deserve to get an apology from him, perhaps I am beneath him," she said. "But I am a person and I have feelings. Sam [Armytage] and Koch have caused me so much stress and anxiety these past few days, I feel like it is just so unnecessary.
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"[Sports reporter] Mark Beretta is claiming today that I also elbowed him and he has a bruise now.So now I have not one, but two high-profile media personalities, who I have never met, claiming that I physically assaulted them. I have been falsely accused of assaulting two grown men. They have continued to laugh at and mock me every morning on their show."
Kochie later responded to Martha's video, apologising for putting "myself in a dangerous position between her and a photographer". He declined to show reporters the bruise on his chest which he said developed as a result of Martha's actions.