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MAFS star Rhyce Power has been accused of domestic violence by girlfriend

Trigger Warning: The shock allegations may be distressing.
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This isn’t the first time Jessika Power’s “hot brother” Rhyce Power has faced some very serious allegations.

Watch below: Rhyce comes clean about his sordid sex tape.

The Married At First Sight breakout star’s ex-girlfriend has shared a very shocking account of her experience with him.

Vanessa Sierra, a  24-year-old model, claims she was the girlfriend of Rhyce.

Her allegations, which included images, say that he assaulted her in Thailand. 

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(Credit: Instagram)
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Posting an Instagram of herself with what appears to be a black eye, she wrote: 

7 days of isolation and I’m back to myself again. Those closest to me already know what happened. This was taken the day I left and it does not even hint the extent of what I went through.”

Vanessa continued: “Domestic violence isn’t a f****ing joke, so here is (literally) a taste of your own medicine. On a completely separate note, @rhyce_power how is Thailand?”

At this stage, no formals charges have been made.

Rhyce Power has addressed her claims with a statement released via his legal team. 

The statement reads: “Our client Rhyce Power has been notified by media that an allegation has been made against him. He is yet to be provided with those exact details  but is now aware that a smear campaign has commenced from an ex-partner which is obviously very disappointing given their continued friendship since the relationship ending.”

The statement continued: “He is determined to defend himself and will return home from Thailand immediately to do so. Rhyce will have no comment at this stage.” 

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Need help?

Call Lifeline on 131 114, visit www.lifeline.org.au/get-help/get-help-home, or call beyondblue on 1300 224 636.

If you or someone you know is affected by sexual assault or family violence, call the 1800RESPECT hotline or visit www.1800respect.org.au/. You can also call the Domestic Violence Hotline on 1800 656 463.

If you or someone have something to report, contact Crime Stoppers, call 1800 333 00. 

For an emergency call 000

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