"Mel you posted that photo moments after their ceremony for no reason," Matt began. "You had said your piece, it had been done, and then for no reason you jumped in and posted a photo of the two of you, threw yourself right back into the middle of it at exactly the moment it should have been about them.
"It was really poor to try to make the most of their friendship for your own game."
A tearful yet furious Mel quickly hit back, screaming: "You have not thought about how this has affected me and made me feel! I was asked [to be a bridesmaid] on national television. Everyone knew. I think that is so rude of you, Matt! I can't even believe I'm having this discussion with you.
Mel went on to say the only reason she addressed the scandal publicly and leaked those text messages was to ensure viewers and fans alike knew she was blindsided by the dumping and wasn't in the wrong.
"Am I just meant to not say anything so that everybody assumes that I did something so bad? Everyone was asking, so I addressed it! Do you want access to my Instagram inbox so you can go through all the messages [from fans] and answer them all? You're very rude!"
Attempting to mediate, Matt's co-hosts, Michael 'Wippa' Wipfli and Sarah McGilvray jumped in, admitting they empathised with the reality star as sobbed over the phone.
"Matt, you've got to understand that you can't pose a question [like that] to poor Mel, who's still trying to get answers on why she was dumped," Wippa said before Sarah added: "Female friendships are so much harder than men's, I don't care what anyone says."
Although Matt quickly settled down, Wippa tore into him when he said he was "surprised" she had thrown Jules under the bus so publicly.
"This whole thing is a public forum, so to be surprised by anything that's played out publicly is a shock to me. Mel is a friend of the show, find your manners," he said.
A devastated Mel— who's clearly still hurt by what she once described as "Jules' cold and hurtful actions"— concluded by saying she usually keeps her nose out of the MAFS drama and shouldn't be shamed or judged for sharing her side of the story.
"I have never ever spoken out about anything, I've never been involved in the drama, I've never called anyone out or done this, whereas the others..." she said.
Matt later apologised for 'opening the wounds', explaining: "As a friend of them, I saw what Mel had posted and I found it unusual – and I’m sorry, Mel, if I upset you.”
He also claimed during the radio show that although Mel had been dumped from the bridal party, she was still invited to attend the wedding... but opted not to go.
After their wedding hit out screens, Jules' enemy Jessika Power also took it upon herself to support Mel, implying the bubbly red head used this situation to grab headlines.
Posting to her favourite social media platform, the former reality star wrote: "Wish mafs and a current affair paid me 75k to act like a complete twat on tv also. I want my compensation."
Jessika, who has clearly had issues with Jules and Cam since their stint on MAFS, wasn't invited to the real wedding... and neither was her former 'husband' Mick Gould. The pair decided to have a viewing party together instead.
Mick, the 32-year-old farmer who couldn't stand Jessika by the end of their 'marriage' on the show, was just as vocal about the wedding that has been labelled as a "sickening" advertisement.
Directing his distaste to the couple on the TV, he told them to "f**k off" as he turned it off.
"Aw f**k it who gives a bloody ... f**k off," he said.
It's not the first time Jessika has taken a swipe at Cam and Jules recently. The blonde took to her Instagram Story last month to take Mel's side in the bridesmaid wars.
During an Instagram Q&A, she claimed that Jules is "milking" the drama with Mel to turn it into a profit.
"I think Mel is such a bubbly girl. She's not about the drama. She's so open, honest and genuine," Jessika stated. "So to see her dropped as a bridesmaid... I wasn't that shocked. I stand by what I said and a lot of what Jules does is calculative. I think she has learnt how to milk what is happening."
She continued, sarcastically: "I mean, good on you and all power to you if you can get things out of this opportunity. But to see somebody like Mel hurt and be shout out and neglected... it's just sh*t."