Last week, her MAFS ex-husband claimed the showrunners intentionally pieced together multiple scenes to make Cathy look like the victim.
"What a terrible edit, f**k it I'm calling mum," Josh said in an expletive-laden Facebook post which was most likely meant for only his friends to see. "F**k me dead on a Devon sandwich left out the entitled lunch and I had the old hugs and kisses back. MAFS f***ed me in the backside."
The truck driver's grown mother then wedged herself in between the drama, accusing poor old Cathy of using her son for fame.
"Actress from hell," Mandy commented after Josh vented about their disastrous homestays.
Another family member weighed in on the rant, writing: "We did well to keep our gobs shut until now! Cathy is playing a victim! The tears, definitely trying to get on Home and Away. She's playing her role well, sort of."
After a MAFS viewer commented "we now know they break up for good", Mandy responded: "She was a paid actress hunny, employed by producers."
Although we can all agree Mandy went too far, Cyrell Paule is throwing her support behind the MAFS groom, convinced the show's producers intentionally portrayed his mum in a negative light.
After all, they're infamous for pushing the most dramatic narrative possible, even if it's completely fictional or fallacious.
Discussing the brutal events that have transpired in the last few days, the new mum to Boston says she feels for Josh's loved ones and understands the hurt and anger that's followed the tradie's appearance on the experiment.
"There has been a lot of trolling on Instagram with his mum and little brother getting death threats. He's also being called a mummy's boy," the new mum told WHO exclusively after last night's episode aired.
"I am going to say that when I was on the show, my brother Ivan copped the exact same thing because they thought he was overprotective. He got death threats, there was racism and a lot of people even told us to 'go back to our country'."
Admitting he also struggled to deal with the wrath of nasty MAFS viewers, Cyrell urged fans to back off.
"There is so much you guys don't see on camera," the fiery reality star continued. "You don't know how a person will be portrayed. Maybe she was made to be the bad guy here just like my brother was. I feel for Josh.
"Guys, you need to remember that this is a television show. I signed a contract and I knew what I was getting into before the experiment but I didn't realise just how much that was going to reflect back onto my family. I thought when I went onto the show that people would hate me and only me. It changes things when your family is being spoken about like that."