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Married At First Sight's Cyrell Paule blasts participants who claim producers forced them to stay


‘Just tell the truth, you wanted more airtime!’ Married At First Sight’s Cyrell Paule SLAMS this year’s cast for saying producers ‘forced them to stay’

Former Married At First Sight star Cyrell Paule has rubbished claims that producers ‘force’ participants to stay in the experiment against their will.

In recent weeks, the likes of Connie Crayden, Jonethen Musulin and Mishel Karen have alleged they were told they couldn’t write leave at the commitment ceremonies even though their relationships had irreparably broken down.

‘I have read multiple times they’ve said they were forced to stay, but no one puts a gun to your head,’ Cyrell told WHO magazine on Monday.

'You wanted more air time so you agreed to stay': Married At Sight star Cyrell Paule, 30, (pictured) has rubbished claims that producers often force participants to stay in the experiment against their will

‘You wanted more air time so you agreed to stay’: Married At Sight star Cyrell Paule, 30, (pictured) has rubbished claims that producers often force participants to stay in the experiment against their will

‘Stop using this as an excuse and tell the truth— you wanted more air time so you agreed to stay. It’s not that hard and it doesn’t take a genius to know that,’ she declared.

It comes after Connie told NW magazine last month that she was ‘forced’ to write stay even though it was clear she and Jonethen were ‘nothing more than friends’.

‘They tried to convince me for 12 hours to write stay again. Finally they convinced me to write stay [and] I felt awful holding him against his will,’ she claimed.  

''They tried to convince me for 12 hours to write stay again': It comes after Connie told NW magazine last month that she was 'forced' to write stay even though it was clear she and Jonethen were 'nothing more than friends'

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”They tried to convince me for 12 hours to write stay again’: It comes after Connie told NW magazine last month that she was ‘forced’ to write stay even though it was clear she and Jonethen were ‘nothing more than friends’

Bizarrely, Connie back-peddled on these claims in a subsequent radio interview with Hit Mid North Coast’s Krysti & Bodge.   

‘I wasn’t forced to write stay. I am the one who put the pen to paper,’ she said.

Connie did imply, however, that there was a level of coercion from producers involved.  

'I wasn't forced to write stay': Connie back-peddled on these claims in a subsequent radio interview. Pictured: Jonethen and Connie

‘I wasn’t forced to write stay’: Connie back-peddled on these claims in a subsequent radio interview. Pictured: Jonethen and Connie 

‘At the end of the day, it is a TV show. Producers will do and say anything they can to execute the storyline they want,’ she said.

Meanwhile, Jonethen previously claimed that producers were ‘desperate’ to keep him in the experiment after he announced he wanted to quit. 

Jonethen claimed producers persuaded him to write ‘stay’ during one of the commitment ceremonies, before offering him a ‘secret deal’ to stay on even longer. 

'I got the terms of my contract rewritten': Jonethen (pictured) claimed producers persuaded him to write 'stay' during one of the commitment ceremonies, before offering him a 'secret deal' to stay on even longer

‘I got the terms of my contract rewritten’: Jonethen (pictured) claimed producers persuaded him to write ‘stay’ during one of the commitment ceremonies, before offering him a ‘secret deal’ to stay on even longer

Speaking to New Idea magazine, Jonethen said producers had asked him: ‘What can we do to make you stay?’

‘I got the terms of my contract rewritten halfway through,’ he said, explaining that his new agreement meant he was able to stay on the show and freely fly home to visit his family in between filming. 

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Elsewhere, Mishel recently told The Daily Telegraph that producers had ‘forced’ her to write stay during the commitment ceremonies when she actually wanted to leave her ‘husband’, Steve Burley.  

Claims: Elsewhere, Mishel (left) recently told The Daily Telegraph that producers had 'forced' her to write stay during the commitment ceremonies when she actually wanted to leave her 'husband', Steve Burley (right)

Claims: Elsewhere, Mishel (left) recently told The Daily Telegraph that producers had ‘forced’ her to write stay during the commitment ceremonies when she actually wanted to leave her ‘husband’, Steve Burley (right) 



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