Their brutal attack on the Sydney sider— who's still dating Michael Brunelli— comes after she claimed she's been working hard to make amends for her nasty behaviour. However, since the season finale of MAFS, the makeup artist, who has been branded a "villain" and "mean girl" has been involved in a series of public rows with MAFS co-stars like Billy Vincent and Cyrell Paule.
“I have a bit of a bad reputation so we are trying to fix that. I probably have a bad rep because I sauced a girl on national TV, among other things," she said, referring to the time she poured red wine all over her co-star Cyrell Paule's face during a MAFS dinner party. “I know exactly what I’ve done wrong. People need to see who the real me is. No one knows who I am and what I am really like and I am excited for people to get to know me," the Kim Kardashian lookalike said.
Although the Channel Nine star scored an invite to the Gold Logies— which saw Tom Gleeson accept the Gold Logie for Most Popular Personality on Australian Television— her evening on the Gold Coast wasn't as glamorous as she portrayed it to be on social media. In fact, Martha— along with her boyfriend Michael Brunelli and former co-star Elizabeth Snobinoff— was shunned from entering the ceremony and was forced to watch the Logies from inside a communal bar.
"Most of the media started getting their stuff together and leaving once the MAFS stars hit the red carpet," a source at the show told Daily Mail Australia.