Poppy remained tight-lipped on any further details of the incident which has the nation talking, but says she felt uncomfortable with the FIFO worker.
“He said: ‘Oh, I’m really sorry’ and so I thought it must have been an accident,” she continued.
“I am not a person who is easily intimidated. But I felt like once again I was being made to feel like I was making a big deal out of nothing,” she said.
“When people are telling you something is not a big deal, you start to believe that it is not.”
The Telegraph also published text messages Poppy sent to family members during filming, which show the reality-TV star was uncomfortable from the get-go.
Poppy also added that life has been tough since leaving the show, revealing that her mum had to look after the kids following a barrage of hate online.
“People, have written to me. ‘f … you and your shitty white kids. I will stab them.”
Poppy slammed her MAFS husband on Facebook last week after she left the show, claiming she was banned from discussing the real reason she left by the production company.
"Producers told me Australia was going to f**king hate me," she claimed at the time, and added that father-of-two Luke was "fake on camera and a complete dick behind the scenes. It was infuriating."
Luke has remained relatively tight-lipped on the drama.
"I am not going to make any comments because, honestly, the best way to react is not to react," he recently told the Daily Telegraph.
He added: "To be honest, Poppy is a good person and the best of luck to her. I am not going to comment on anything because it is not worth it, it really isn't.
"Honestly, she just needs to move on like I have and that is it. We are finished on the show and that is as far as it goes."