71. Beck Zemek tells all about Bryce's assault, THAT video, Jake's SECRET girlfriend, and why MAFS felt like JAIL! (Part 1)
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WARNING: This episode will make you view reality TV in a VERY different light...
Married at First Sight bride Beck Zemek is bravely breaking her contract to speak to So Dramatic! about her time on the show, which was a very different reality from what we saw play out on screens...
Beck was portrayed as a villain on MAFS, and at times a brutally cold person, but there is another side of her that we didn’t get to see...
In this interview, Beck explains why she made those SAVAGE comments to her husband Jake Edwards, and what was really going on between them behind the scenes during filming! Including how Jake was a completely different guy to the Jake we saw on the show and behaved differently when the cameras weren't rolling, his SECRET contract and the extreme lengths producers went to, to protect his squeaky clean image and in return, tarnish Beck’s!
Beck lifts the lid on the producer tactics that led to her feeling unsafe, anxious, trapped, and abused and how she tried to leave the show MULTIPLE times but wasn’t allowed, and was kept IMPRISONED on the show, resulting in a decline of her mental health and being subsequently ASSAULTED by her co-star Bryce Ruthven, which producers also went to extreme lengths to cover up!
During this eye-opening tell-all, Beck details the TRUTH about what went down after filming, including that infamous NYE kiss with Jake and Booka Nile, the shocking incident involving POLICE in Perth, and what really led to them finally ending their marriage!
PLUS, Beck reveals the shocking discovery she had after filming, that Jake was hiding a SECRET GIRLFRIEND on the outside the whole time during MAFS, who has since reached out to her and told her everything!
PLUS, Beck clears up THAT infamous kissing video involving her "brother/old burn" that was played at the reunion, and reveals who he is and what their relationship status is now!
CONTENT NOTE: This episode discusses domestic violence, suicide, PTSD, anxiety, and depression. If you or anyone you know needs assistance, please call LifeLine on 13 11 14.
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