Sex-crazed MAFS groom Andrew has slammed wife Holly in a tense argument during ‘Intimacy Week’, causing her to kick him out of her apartment.
Andrew and Holly’s relationship has taken yet another ugly turn, with the sex-crazed groom labelling his wife a “narcissist” for divulging that she’s not ready to move past their weeks of ongoing conflict.
Things have been on a steep decline between the pair since their honeymoon when the Texan personal trainer declared Holly a subpar lover in a shocking ‘Honesty Box’ confession.
After several attempts to move past it, things went south again during Confessions Week when Holly revealed her deep desire to be a mother, while Andrew doubled down on his sex stance, revealing he’d slept with “roughly 350” people and suggesting their relationship was doomed given they weren’t “on the same page”.
And at the Commitment Ceremony, he elicited gasps from the other contestants when he revealed he’d chosen to “leave” before crossing it out and writing “stay”.
Now — during Intimacy Week — the damage has become beyond repair.
Just as Andrew was starting to feel closer to his match, Holly turned cold as she admitted to still feeling “hurt” by the way he’d treated her.
“He’s made me feel like sh*t … He made me feel I wasn’t worthy. I feel like I’m shutting down. I’m disgusted and appalled at his behaviour,” she had said during an intense eye-gazing task.
When it came time for a “three-minute hug”, Holly bit the bullet and came clean.
“I think I’m just sitting in a place where I really had given you everything, and when I said I didn’t really have much left in the tank, I don’t,” she admitted when Andrew asked how the embrace made her feel.
“I know that you came to me with an explanation so at least I can understand why everything was the way it was … I’m just not there,” she said of his emotional confession on Monday night that he struggles with rejection.
Hitting back, Andrew said: “Just so you know, I did that for me to tell my truth, because I feel like you deserved that. I didn’t do it to salvage this relationship.
“I had to tell the truth, and it was in my hopes that maybe that could bring us together in some way, but I feel like this has all been put on me.
“Leaders admit that they’re at fault, no matter what happens,” he continued, ripping into her character.
“Holly I’ve still never heard any apologies for how you showed up in any way, or any accountability, and until that happens, I don’t see this progressing in any way.”
Responding calmly, Holly said: “Sorry you feel that way, but I know that I showed up.
“I really did try but you just don’t like me and I can feel that. Even if you liked me a little bit we would at least be able to have fun and we would be able to be friends, but I don’t think you’re even capable of being my friend right now.”
“I feel like you’re demonstrating a bit of narcissistic behaviour, if I’m being completely honest with you,” Andrew fired back, prompting Holly to boot him from her apartment as he continued to fume to the camera.
“She’s tryna make me out to be somebody I’m not, which is OK because that’s what narcissists do.”
Back on the couch, Holly said: “I’m not sitting here while you dig at me. I don’t deserve that,” before saging the space clear of his “bad energy” and telling producers she felt “sick to her stomach” by his actions.
At Wednesday night’s dinner party, it looks set to kick off again between the ill-matched couple.
Married At First Sight continues on Wednesday night from 7.30 on Channel 9.