Married At First Sight’s controversial star Anthony revealed on last night’s episode he was unhappy with the lack of intimacy he and Nadia were experiencing.
The relationship experts questioned the flight attendant over how serious she was about their relationship, which left Nadia faltering for words.
“Um. Well. I guess. You know. Good question. Um…” she replied hesitantly, but ultimately opted to stay in the marriage with Anthony.
Anthony, who also decided to stay in the marriage, slammed the show for being wrongfully portrayed as the 'villain'.
"Anyone who watches those reality shows and thinks they are real must still believe in the tooth fairy," Anthony told his TAB radio employers in a phone interview.
"There’s so much stuff that is edited out," reported The Daily Telegraph. "In my case, there needs to be a villain in these shows, and I happen to be it on Married At First Sight."
The 33-year-old went on to explain the producer's careful editing during his hometown stay with wife Nadia.
"We had some great moments — and what do they play? Me blowing up about my Wi-Fi connection."
MAFS contestant Cheryl was bought to tears during a dinner party after Anthony dubbed her an 'idiot' for returning to the experiment with jilted groom, Andrew.
Anthony later apologised to Cheryl for his comments, admitting he crossed the line.