Married at First Sight bride crashes into police car amid filming drama
Reality participant flees filming and collides with police car, which network attributes to a "misunderstanding."
Almost sounds like a scene from UnREAL….
Nine has denied an altercation took place between a producer on Married at First Sight and reality participant, Scarlett Cooper.
The Sunday Telegraph reports Cooper decided not to proceed with a statement she made to Glebe police alleging she was grabbed by a male producer, dragged inside a function centre and prevented from leaving during filming on January 30.
According to Cooper, a 20-minute pursuit by a film crew through Lilyfield ended only when, hysterical and disorientated, she slammed into a police car that was dispatched after she made a Triple 000 call.
Nine said police involvement was down to a misunderstanding.
“As a duty of care, a producer followed her off set to ensure her safety. A misunderstanding resulted in police attending to also ensure Scarlett’s safety,” a spokeswoman said.
Cooper is partnered with ‘stripper’ Michael on the Nine reality series.