"If Steve was my partner and he put his hand up to my face while I am trying to voice my opinion, I would turn that hand and slap it back onto his face," the former MAFS bride told WHO online exclusively, confirming she sided with Stacey Goonan who called Steve "sexist" and "disgusting".
"It is very disrespectful and quite sad she has a list of things that he is disappointed with."
Addressing the barbershop owner directly, Cyrell continued: "You need to wake up from the 1970s and realise you don't treat women like that. Women can voice their opinion, too."
The reality TV veteran— who recently welcomed her first child with Love Island star, Eden Dally— also claimed Steve is solely to blame for Mishel still feeling uncomfortable and uneasy around him.
"If you can't tell your partner, "I need to take a big fat sh*t" then why are you even with him? You are supposed to feel comfortable. If she can't even f***ing swear, he's not the lady for her."
Praising Mishel for speaking honestly about their turbulent relationship after Steve told her to "shut up" on more than one occasion, the new mum admitted she knows the real reason why he’s desperate to remain in the experiment.
"I am really proud of Mishel for writing "leave". I think from the looks of it Steve's really just writing "stay" because he would like some more air time. He focuses on everyone else's relationship instead of his own.
"That's the vibe I am getting from him. I would've done the same thing as Mishel. I wouldn't allow myself to be treated like that. I am very proud of Mishel for writing leave. It's a punishment for him and himself."
Last night, soon to be lawyer Stacey tore into the controlling MAFS groom, claiming the way he treats his 'wife' is completely unacceptable.
“His attitude towards his wife was absolutely disgusting,” Stacey began in her piece to camera. “We’re not in the 15th century, women have a voice. Women have a huge voice now. It is so sexist of him to think she had to sit there and not say anything, not say a word and let him do whatever he wanted."
Back at Mishel's apartment, she told producers, "I just want to have my voice heard by Steve. I find it difficult to articulate myself in a way that Steve understands. But that's all about to change. I'm not putting up with that sh*t anymore! He basically told me to shut the f*ck up."
Fast-forward to the ceremony, when relationship expert, John Aiken, asked if Steve had apologised to Mishel, he received a defiant answer.
“No, I didn’t apologise to Mishel, no,” he said in a snappy tone. “I didn’t think there was anything to apologise for.
"Yes there are certain things that I'm not doing right, but I'm not perfect. I have been on my own for so long that I've maybe started to think that what I'm doing is always the right thing, but I know it's not."