MAFS star Shannon Adams is reportedly in therapy after his behaviour towards his on-screen wife Caitlin raised tons of alarms.

MAFS star Shannon is allegedly in therapy after his behaviour towards his on-screen wife, Caitlin, sent alarm bells ringing inside many.

According to So Dramatic!, Shannon has spent his time post-show ‘working on himself’. “He realised how badly he behaved on the show and got professional help,” an alleged insider told the publication.

“He’s actually done three months of solid therapy, he’s been working on himself ever since.” Said the source.

This insider also went on to say that Shannon was allegedly ‘a different person’ when the cast met again at the show’s reunion. “He’s actually come really far,” said the insider.

Recent events, however, beg to differ. On the show, Shannon and Caitlin’s relationship fell apart after he confessed to her that he still had feelings for his former partner. Right after their honeymoon, he became distant and emotionally volatile.

In the contentious ranking challenge, Shannon ranked Caitlin second, even going so far as telling her that she needed to ‘level up’ and that she wasn’t as beautiful as the other brides.

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More recently, however, Shannon’s ex Jamea Drake broke her silence and asked fans to leave her alone.

“I don’t care what you say about Shannon either he signed up for it and put himself there, but PLEASE leave me out of the negativity. I DID NOT sign up on the show, I didn’t go on and I am literally collateral damage. I have NO benefit in being in the media or put there, and truthfully not my cup of tea I could no give a hoot about my followers or socials.” She wrote on Facebook.

She added: “Please remember me and my daughter are innocent, Shan and I have 7 years and a kid and lots of stuff happens behind the scenes/before and after.”

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