Married at First Sight’s Nikita Jasmine kicked off show for ‘unacceptable’ behaviour

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Married At First Sight star Nikita Jasmine quit the show after being asked to leave  (E4/Married At First Sight)
Married At First Sight star Nikita Jasmine quit the show after being asked to leave (E4/Married At First Sight)

Married At First Sight star Nikita Jasmine was forced to quit the show.

The TV bride exhibited a “level of aggression” aggressive, TV bosses said, and it was reported she ranted about her co-stars only doing the show for five minutes of fame.

TV bosses then asked the reality star to leave the show after they deemed her behaviour “unacceptable and breached our agreed code of conduct on behaviour”.

This cut short both hers and Ant Poole’s TV marriage journey short.

A spokesperson for E4 told MailOnline: “The wellbeing of cast and crew is our utmost priority at all times throughout production and beyond.

“During filming, a situation escalated off camera and Nikita displayed a level of aggression that was unacceptable and breached our agreed code of conduct on behaviour.

“As a result, she was asked to leave the experiment. All involved have been offered support and Nikita has since apologised and resolved the situation with those involved.”

In upcoming scenes on Thursday’s episode, Ms Jasmine is told she had to leave during the first commitment ceremony.

Initially a source told the newspaper: “It was over an argument she started, ranting her co-stars were only doing the show for fame – when most of them felt that’s exactly why she had signed up. The situation turned really ugly, which was why security had to get involved.”

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