Former Married At First Sight star Lauren Huntriss claims she was "forced" to shower in front of male cameramen while shooting the series, as she again slammed the reality show.
In a series of Instagram story posts Lauren, who was paired with 29-year-old virgin Matthew Bennett, expressed her support for Sunday Night 's forthcoming expose on the hit reality show, news.com.au reported.
2016 MAFS star Clare Verrall has spoken to the Channel 7 current affairs program, describing herself as "completely ripped to shreds" over her time on the reality show.
Urging people to watch Sunday Night, Lauren wrote on Instagram she wished she had been approached to speak about the "horrendous show" as "I would have spoken some truths".
Lauren then shared a poll, asking: "Would you be happy to have four men film a shower scene of you with nothing other than a small towel covering your parts?"
"This was just one of the many things I was forced to do," Lauren alleged. "I won't say anything more until the time is right.
"But one thing you all probs know about me is I do not tolerate bullsh*t and if I believe something is ethically or morally wrong I will stand up against it. Ch 9 you picked the wrong girl."
News.com.au has contacted Nine for comment over Lauren's claims.
Lauren was part of one of MAFS' most memorable couples, with Matthew finally losing his virginity to her on their honeymoon.
But their relationship came to an abrupt end when Matthew claimed Lauren was pressuring him into being more sexual.
It's not the first time Lauren has denounced her time on the show, taking to social media in February to slam her portrayal.
Responding to a fan on Facebook, Lauren claimed MAFS used "great editing" to make her look like a "deadset nympho".
"Don't worry about the fact I've been nothing but supportive and patient with Matt for 4 weeks leading up to this conversation where I was clearly joking about the swinging and threesomes," she wrote.
"And for the record I never chose the word 'lesbian'. I initially said 'I used to see women because I hated men when I was 18-20 due to something personal,' but no it wasn't dramatic enough so the producer made me say the word 'lesbian'.
"To clarify I never was a lesbian, I had sexual experiences when I was 18 ffs."
Lauren's time on MAFS came to an end after she heard Matthew admitting he was "just not attracted" to her at a dinner party, sparking a massive argument.
"I just feel a bit used, Matt. Did you just use me to lose your virginity?" Lauren asked Matthew in a heated confrontation.
After the episode aired, Lauren opened up about the betrayal in a series of replies to fans on Instagram.
Responding to one viewer who suggested producers were much more sympathetic to Matthew than her, she wrote: "Absolutely, it's completely unfair. Apparently I don't matter."
When another user accused Matthew of not showing any sensitivity toward Lauren's feelings, she replied: "Unfortunately he's not capable of feelings … Since day one it was all about him. I was nothing but supportive and caring of him. This entire story was (Matthew's) story. I'm sick of the excuses."