"I felt like we were getting a true picture of what really goes on behind the scenes."
"Of course the EP [executive producer Tara McWilliams] is using the fact [the participants] sign contracts to get them to do what they want, and yes they use tricks," Robert added.
"The EPs can hold the power of, 'Well, not only do I have a contract and I can sue your a**e, but I can also give you a bad edit, make you look bad, and you won't appear in the show.'"
He went on to argue that most MAFS contestants are only in it for the fame anyway, and should just accept that the producers have the final say.
"People want fame and if they misbehave the fame will be taken away from them. And let's be honest, everyone going on Married At First Sight is wanting fame.”
Recently, Natasha Spencer exclusively with WHO Online, to expose the network for treating them like "animals".
"It was f***ing putrid. They sit us on these hard plastic chairs in this dirty tent for hours and refuse to give us any reading material unless you ask. One time, I was wearing a white dress and I left with it literally being black," Natasha said. "It's not right. I live in a first world country and I'd like to at least sit on a comfortable chair."
"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."