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Married At First Sight Australia’s Bronson Norrish reveals Ines Basic and Sam Ball still haven’t apologised over affair scandal

Married At First Sight Australia star Bronson Norrish revealed Ines Basic and Sam Ball still haven’t reached out to apologise over their affair scandal.

MAFS season six was filmed in 2018, but has proved to be a tonic for many during lockdown, with the episodes airing in the UK on E4 recently.

Despite the drama unfolding years ago, it’s safe to say tensions are still erupting to this very day.

Bronson found himself in an awkward situation when it was revealed Ines – who experts had paired him up with – had secretly cheated on him with fellow contestant Sam Ball.

Chatting about the scenes with Metro.co.uk, the star admitted he’s still waiting for a much-deserved apology from the pair.

When asked if they had kept in touch after the fallout, he told us: ‘I don’t talk to either of them. Me and Sam didn’t talk after the show.

Bronson and Ines tied the knot at the beginning of the series (Picture: Nine)

‘He tried to talk to me before the whole thing unfolded, and that’s the last time I got to talk to him.

‘He left the show, I thought I’d probably see him on the couch on that last night thing. He never rocked up and I’ve never talked him.

‘But as for Ines, no… She’s never apologised, never reached out and she trolled me for months afterwards.

‘So I doubt I’ll ever get an apology from her.’

Sam didn’t return for the Married At First Sight Australia reunion sit-down (Picture: E4)

Bronson opted to leave during a tense commitment ceremony, in the middle of the series, when the truth behind Ines and Sam’s relationship came to light.

He is currently dating Hayley Wallis, and constantly shares loved-up snaps of the doctor on his social media pages.

The former stripper still has huge regrets about taking part in the series, admitting that he wouldn’t ‘recommend it’ to any singleton.

‘I watched it and I bloody hated it,’ he continued. ‘It’s like watching a car crash and you’re the one in the bloody car crash watching the car crash.

‘I wouldn’t recommend it to anyone, I do regret going on the show, mainly because I didn’t do my research. I had never actually seen the show before, and a mate applied. And I went on the show thinking it was just a marriage love show.

‘I didn’t realise actually what it was.’

Married At First Sight Australia is available to stream on All4 now.

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