"No one should ever share private content like this without someone's consent, be it a woman or a man in the video. I feel totally violated. I've really been struggling this last week, given the degree of online abuse I've received as a result of this video," she told The Daily Telegraph.
"People forget that there is someone behind the Instagram account that they are attacking. I have since reached out to the show's psychologist for support. As anyone can imagine, I'm feeling a lot of anxiety about the entire incident."
Although the video was published just hours after we watched the MAFS star tie the knot with her television husband Mikey Pembroke, Natasha says she's doesn't regret her time on the show, revealing it was an eye-opening experience.
"I've met great people off it. It is just so strange. In my darkest times on the show, I really became a shell of myself and an introvert," she told Daily Mail Australia during her latest interview.
"I have learned so much about myself, triggers for me and taking care of yourself emotionally... I've learned a lot about myself and about people. I would do it again just for the learning curve," she said.
It's no secret Natasha struggled with her mental health while filming the unconventional dating series, with the brunette recently confirming she and Mikey were actually booted off the show.
“I have had a lot of things happen in my past, which were brought up on the show, which is the reason I left,” said Natasha, adding MAFS producers coerced her into revealing intimate details about her upbringing, despite the fact she said she wasn't willing to do so.
“Things happened in my childhood, which I didn’t want brought up. I was just anxious. Childhood trauma is nothing we can control and it was wrong of them to bring it up."
“I had a panic attack on there because I had a failing relationship and production was pushing me to tell [her husband Mikey’s] parents what a terrible partner he was. I lost it and started crying.”
After noticing she was spiralling out of control, MAFS showrunners knew she needed help and even suggested she should be hospitalised.
“If that happened the show wouldn’t have been able to go to air so [the producers] cut their losses and took her off the show to save the show,” a contestant told New Idea, asking for their identity to remain a mystery.
While their co-stars and MAFS bosses alike were deeply worried about Natasha's downfall, Mikey, on the other hand, is still reeling about being "unfairly" booted off the show. He also blames the experts for matching the pair in the first place!
“I don’t know how I can be kicked off the show when I haven’t done anything wrong,” he said in the 12-second clip obtained by New Idea.“I’ve given myself 100 per cent to the experiment... they think she’s not well. Well, it’s like they’ve f--king given me the wrong person. Such a stitch-up.”