Schilling's opinion is backed up by Aiken, who links Ines' personality to her past and that viewers need to remember where she came from.
“When I spoke to her, what I saw is a woman who has come from a pretty traumatic upbringing from war-torn Bosnia, so you have walls up and she’s very resilient, very independent,” he said.
He revealed that we're set to see even more drama to come on the show.
“The real difference in this show is that you are going to have a lot of very raw and heated exchanges with the women, in a way we have never seen before,” Aiken said.
“The sisterhood is not strong. We had never seen that before. Usually the women are very strong, and you have men behaving badly on the show, but that’s not the case this year."