Oh boy, looks like Ines Basic isn’t just wreaking havoc on Married At First Sight (MAFS), she’s also spreading her poison via social media and it’s legit like a car crash… we just can’t look away.

MAFS fan account @mafsfunny shared a screenshot of a bunch of foul comments that Basic appears to have made in response to her Insta-haters (AKA every single person on Instagram that isn’t her) on the official Married At First Sight account.

The screengrabs reveal a bunch of filthy remarks the controversial contestant allegedly wrote including that “Bronson and I are expecting a child” and that she’s “inbred” and “I also root my dogs”.

She adds, “We fight dirty but we root dirtier”.

The page claims that the comments have since been deleted, but not before they were able to capture and post the below screenshots:

Look, I’m taking this all with a grain of salt ‘coz these comments could very well have been doctored but, I mean, based on her behaviour on the show, it’s not totally outside the realms of possibility that they would be legit.

Her supposed revolting remarks come shortly after a petition demanding that relationship expert Mel Schilling be fired went viral.

The Change.org petition slams Schilling for calling Bronson out on his use of the C-word but allowing Ines to spit fire on the show (which has now moved to social media).

The petition reads:

Married at first sight so called expert “Mel Schilling” lashes out at Bronson for using foul language . This so called psychologist is a biased feminist who has made it clear that she thinks it’s okay for a woman to behave the way Ines does. Bronson has been a victim of her verbal and emotional abuse all week, and the second he decides its enough “expert” Mel comes in and says he shouldn’t be using that language. The thing is, Ines is exactly what he said, a nasty, abusive piece of work.

Mel needs to make a formal apology or be sacked from the show. The show doesn’t need one sided feminists as an “expert”.

Anyway, tune in to Channel Nine tonight at 7:30pm for more Ines madness.