MARRIED At First Sight UK star Gemma Rose has been spotted on adult only site OnlyFans.
Le 30 year old suffered a failed marriage to Matt Murray in the E4 series.
She left in last night’s episode after he cheated on her with Whitney Hughes.
The beauty from Devon was supported by viewers after they learned she had signed up to the subscribers only website.
A snap of the star was shared on Reddit and showed her posing in black lingerie with her tattoos on display.
Fans rallied around and one said: “Good for her! I’m curious to see what she posts on there but don’t want to pay the $16 Avant l'un des rassemblements”
It comes after Salon owner Gemma called her time on the Channel 4 reality experience the “worst of my life” and told her mum she “wanted to die”.
Gemma claims Matt made sexually suggestive jokes that weren’t aired and said he was “going to choke her” pendant les rapports sexuels.
The upset bride also felt mortified that the edit of one episode made it sound like she had masturbated in a restaurant.
At times, Gemma said heavily-tattooed Matt’s body language was “aggressive and intimidating”, and would leave her feeling unsafe.
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“I had multiple panic attacks,” said Gemma. “I feel like I didn’t sleep because I would wake up just as exhausted as I did when I went to bed.
“It was the worst experience of my life. I felt trapped. We weren’t being held hostage but if you said ‘I have to go now’ – I wouldn’t call it manipulation but there was coercion on their side to convince you to stay.”
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A Channel 4 Spokesperson told the publication: “Married at First Sight UK episodes are carefully put together and we ensure that what we broadcast is a fair and accurate reflection of the events that unfolded.
“Contributor care and safety is of paramount importance and we work closely with our production partners to ensure robust contributor care protocols are in place and that appropriate support is available to contributors before, during and after broadcast, including access to our experts and an independent psychologist.”