While Harrison has clearly been portrayed as a villain on MAFS, the reality star has implied that his partner Bronte should take some blame for her own actions.

Last night’s episode of MAFS saw Layton refuse to go home to his ‘wife’ Melinda after Bronte advised him that she wasn’t treating him very well. Bronte and Layton has been paired together for three days as part of a couple-swap experiment.

After finding out that Layton wasn’t returning Melinda went to see Bronte to ask what had happened during their time together. Bronte repeatedly roller her eyes at Melinda and told her that it was Layton’s decision not to go home, and said she had no part in it.

During the current season of MAFS, Harrison has consistently been painted as a villain for his actions on the show. However, he has recently questioned why all of the women “turned on Bronte” and suggested it’s because of her actions.

“All of the women have turned on Bronte. You can see it on the show,” he said. “So ask yourself, what are you not seeing on the show to make all of the women turn against Bronte, regardless of the fact that they’re saying what they’re saying about our relationship? I mean, for women to turn on women, there has to be something really wrong with that woman’s behavior because the women on the show were much, much tighter than the guys,” he said during Nova’s Nathan, Nat and Shaun yesterday.

Throughout the current season, Bronte and Harrison has been caught up in a number of dramas. In the premiere episode, he was confronted by his bride Bronte who was told that he had a girlfriend outside of the experiment. In the scene, Harrison admitted to sleeping with a woman he had a crush on days before filming his wedding. Since then Harrison has gotten a women’s number at the bar, and both Bronte and Harrison have been accused by other contestants of faking their relationships.

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