What could be worse than filming the same scene over and over again in the sweltering heat? Not having a lot of food onboard either.
"They give you fried rice that has been sitting around for god knows how long. I am gluten-free and they never served gluten-free food so I used to have to go down and get chips from the vending machine," she revealed. "There was even one night where Vanessa [Romito] got fed nothing because they had forgotten about her food intolerances."
Natasha's jaw-dropping revelations come just days after her co-star Mishel Karen told The Daily Telegraph she "didn't have any human rights" while filming the controversial dating experiment.
Joining a long list of MAFS stars who have opened up about being forced to remain in the experiment, the school teacher said the show's cragty producers made her write "stay" during commitment ceremonies, despite wanting to leave her 52-year-old husband, Steve Burley.
Joining a long list of MAFS stars who have opened up about being forced to remain in the experiment, the school teacher said she was made her write "stay" during commitment ceremonies, despite wanting to leave her 52-year-old husband, Steve Burley.
"I was saying I want to go home, I don't think anything is going to happen with this person ever," Mishel said, referring to her relationship with the barbershop owner. "But I was forced to stay. At one commitment ceremony production was held up for eight hours because I wouldn't write 'stay'. I was saying, 'no, I'm not going to,' so eight hours we were delayed."
Interestingly, Natasha echoed a similar sentiment, telling us that despite being kicked off the experiment due to her deteriorating mental health, MAFS showrunners begged her to return to the final dinner party when they realised they were lacking in the drama department.
"They told me to leave the show because of my mental health and told me not to go to the girls' night because of my mental health, but when they had absolutely nothing for the reunion except the Mikey and Stacey drama, I was suddenly allowed back."