According to a new report, Wil Karroum, a Melbourne-based actor was given the boot via email earlier this month because series producers were unable to find a match for him – despite enduring five months of meetings with producers.
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Karroum, 40, told Daily Mail Australia that he has been “played as a fool” after discovering “over 1,000 gay people had applied this year” yet producers were still not able to find him a suitable match.
“I understand rejection is a part of life, but I feel like I've been played as a fool and had a carrot dangled in front of me,” he told Daily Mail Australia, revealing he had even postponed a move to the Gold Coast and cancelled a trip to America after producers led him to believe he had secured a spot on the Nine reality show.
Wil Karroum would have been MAFS's first gay Muslim groom
In the now-deleted exposé, Vanessa slammed Bronson— who famously called his on-screen wife a c**t during a heated argument— claiming he had a wandering eye.
"We go to dinner and we're at the table and he points to a group of blonde women and says, 'you see that table over there?'... I'd f*** every single one them," an angry Vanessa recalled.
"He went on to speak quite disgustingly about these women, and then he went on to tell me that he was seeing six women while he was getting to know me... he said 'that's what I usually do when I'm single - start dating six girls and the last one standing is who I date.'"
“I foolishly believed the process and I genuinely want to find love. I'm a gay Muslim man and I get no support from my family, I need all the help I can get,” he said.