Scarlett Cooper, who married ‘Australia’s pickiest man’ on the current season of Married At First Sight, claims that she was chased through the streets in the early hours of the morning, after being assaulted by a Channel Nine producer.
She also alleges she was being held against her will on set.
The 30-year-old bride has said she was chased through Sydney’s inner west by a film crew at 3am on January 30 after a reunion show was filmed.
According to the Daily Mail, Cooper filed a police report at Glebe station, in Sydney’s inner-west, the day of the alleged car chase.
New South Wales police confirmed to the Daily Mail that a report matching reality TV contestant’s claim was filed by a 30-year-old woman on January 30.
The police spokeswoman said the woman did not require medical treatment.
The Daily Telegraph reported that Cooper claimed that the 20-minute long chase ended abruptly when she crashed into a police car which was dispatched after she phoned the police for help.
She stated that the chase took place in the Sydney suburb of Lilyfield.
Cooper also alleges that she was dragged inside a function centre, where she was held against her will while they filmed the reunion special.