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Married At First Sight's Clare takes aim at the show in explosive Instragram rant.

Mamamia logo Mamamia 15/04/2016 Michelle Andrews
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Clare Verrall’s ‘experimental marriage‘ has been a tumultuous one.

From what we’ve seen on our tellies, her relationship with Jono Pitman has been messy to say the least. Butting heads at almost every turn, the couple have fought about everything from the perceived danger of crocodiles to dog poop and a particularly controversial claim that Jono was cheating with a gym receptionist.

In the opening episode, the 32-year-old was shown to be a strong, witty and vivacious personality, but Clare has since expressed frustration on Instagram over the show’s editing. In the wake of Tuesday night’s episode, the property management consultant thanked her fans and loved ones on Instagram post of a photo with her pet dog, Dutchy.

“A HUGE thank you to all my wonderful friends, family & even the extraordinarily large number of amazing strangers who have offered me kind words of support this week. 

“Watching last nights [sic] episode was certainly difficult & very confronting. Luckily I had some of my closest friends & Dutchy there for support. Big love to you all & thank you so much.”

Curiously, earlier today a post by The Daily Telegraph quoted Clare telling her followers she would reveal all about the ‘experiment’ once her contractual obligations to Channel 9 expire.

According to the publication Clare’s original caption, which has been presumably modified, also included the quote: “I’m looking forward to my contract being up in 3 months time so I can share all that went on, rather than the highly edited versions that are shown during the ‘experiment’!”

Clare also revealed in an interview with OK!,  that she revealed Jono was ‘scouted’ to appear on the show. “He was scouted for the show. He didn’t actually apply, so his reasons for going on the show were probably a little different,” she told the magazine.

The reality TV identity further took an opportunity this week to show everyone that, despite what they might see on the show, she has an incredibly high emotional intelligence.

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