The Melbourne tradie has publicly slammed his on-air ex over her comments about the meagre $110-a-week allowance given to contestants on the controversial matchmaking series.
“Obviously the reality TV show added some more stress to your life! But you have to expect that!” Pitman wrote in a heated Instagram post.
“Everyone else from the social experiment seems to be doing extremely well and are able to continue with their normal life because they choose to #spotplayingthevictim #beensilentfortoolongnow✌????️ #letitgoletitgo❄️❄️❄️ [sic]”
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Pitman’s comments come after Clare Verrall vented on Instagram about how her time on MAFS 2015 actually cost her “thousands”.
“No you don’t get paid a wage, you get a $110 per week but they don’t contribute to your rent for the house they are filming in or the dates they want you to go on,” she responded to a follower’s question.
“I work in sales and it had a big impact on my work as you can’t just ‘go to work normally’ as they claim. Doing the show probably cost me thousands in lost revenue. That’s why whenever someone writes ‘they just do it for the money’ I have a good laugh!”