“I was unfortunate to be paired with Chris Jensen, who was portrayed as a loving, kind and upstanding, father of two looking for love but the reality was much different,” she added.
“I have sought external and unbiased mental health support to cope with the anxiety, depression, PTSD which continues to this day due to daily trolling from this false portrayal,” she tells WHO. “I am proud that I chose to stand up for myself. [and] I am proud that I chose to leave.”
She added: “I am grateful that I have been able to have a voice and give strength to so many others who feel too ashamed, intimidated and fearful. These messages are why I will continue to shed light on my MAFS experience and raise awareness.”
WATCH: MAFS' Jaimie calls husband Chris a "dirty grot"
Chris became quite the breakout star when he and his intruder bride Jaimie joined the experiment. But, as far as Jaimie sees it, “Chris Jensen was portrayed as a loving, kind and upstanding, father of two looking for love but the reality was much different.”
After just a week of reality TV marriage, the groom decided to leave the experiment after a particularly explosive argument with his wife.
"I came in here to give my heart and to put everything in and I did. I hope that I will actually find the one that I'm supposed to be with and they just want to be with me too," he mused in his final episode.
WHO has reached out to Channel Nine for comment.