Married At First Sight's Susan shocked the nation when she told news.com.au that the Queensland farmer is a 'completely different person off camera.'
The ex-wife claimed that although the couple had decided to be friends earlier in the experiment, Sean wanted to stay until the end for the money. Contestants were reportedly paid $200 per day whilst filming the series.
The father-of-two denied these claims, telling TheFix "I don't know what I've done wrong."
But Susan isn't ready to accept the cowboy's coy response.
"Channel Nine must just be like, 'You have to say this'. It’s so bad," Susan told Junkee.
"I don’t understand why someone who’s supposed to have so much integrity is just completely lying," she continued.
The 37-year-old is adamant that their decision to call it quits was more mutal than the show's producers portrayed
"Everything I spoke the truth about they don’t want to put in at all, because they don’t want it to seem like there was anything wrong with me and Sean," she said.
"They wanted it to seem like we’re just awesomely happily in love and everyone in Australia should want us to be working out."
This article originally appeared on my wedding Australia.