When the last season of Married At First Sight finished, Cyrell Paule and Elizabeth Sobinoff were two peas in a pod with rumours actually going around saying that the pair were going to start their own reality TV show.

But since then things have gotten… messy. And it’s safe to say that they’re certainly not friends anymore!

And both girls have taken to their Instagram accounts overnight to explain why, giving their own sides of the story by basically lashing out at each other in passive aggressive insta stories.

Take a deep breath and prepare yourself for some drama because this is going to take a while to explain!

It all began on Cyrell’s account as she decided to address the reason for her and Liz’s original fall out, claiming that it all had to do with money from a cancelled club appearance in Darwin.

Cyrell explained that her, Elizabeth, Dan Webb and Billy Vincent had been invited to a club appearance but this was eventually cancelled after a competing club in the NT capital booked Cyrell for a solo appearance the week prior.

Cyrell then shared a bunch of text messages allegedly from Liz, telling Cyrell that she had to take a break from their friendship because she was angry that Cyrell had caused her to lose out on money.

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“Why couldn’t you be proud of your friend when she was making more money than you, instead of giving her a hard time,” Cyrell said in her Instagram stories.

She then claimed that Liz didn’t talk to her until the rumours began circling that they would be doing a reality TV show together, alleging that Liz was only interested in restoring their friendship at the thought of making it back onto TV.

Cyrell also hit out at Liz’s constant messages to her followers about female empowerment, calling her a hypocrite for causing a fight with her friend over money instead of being supportive.

You can watch Cyrell’s full Instagram story here.

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Then came Elizabeth’s response. She began by posting a series of quotes to her Instagram story that appeared to be directed at Cyrell’s rant.

“To the person with my name in their mouth. You hurt me. To the person using you, I hope their path with you is short lived… I hope this self destructive hype leaves you,” she wrote.

Liz then filmed her own explanation to the fight, claiming that it all began when Liz came forward and said that Cyrell had only started a relationship with Eden from Love Island for a publicity stunt – something that Cyrell and Eden deny.

“The first conversation I had with Eden was to make sure he was going to treat her [Cyrell] right,” Liz said.

“It was all a publicity stunt at first and I didn’t want him taking her completely for granted. I wanted him to be good by her if they were going to do this publicity thing.”

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Liz also claimed that she was fed up with Cyrell trying to bring her into her own drama, claiming that Cyrell would constantly call her to talk about other MAFS contestants, including Jessika Power and Martha Kalifatidis.

She also alleged that Cyrell’s behaviour towards her was “nasty” and that she felt as though she was being bullied by her former friend.

“Guys she gets really nasty about things. The way she’s spoken to me has been absolutely appalling,” Liz said.

She concluded her own rant by sending a personal message to Jessika Power, thanking her for her support during this very public feud.

You can watch Liz’s full Instagram story here.

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Cyrell hit back at Liz one last time, once again defending her relationship with Eden and claiming that Liz is the one seeking fake publicity stunts.

“Don’t ever go around calling me a publicity stunt, you’re the biggest fake artist here,” she said slamming her formed friend.

“One of the best things that has happened to me is getting rid of a b*tch like you.”

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Wow. With the amount of drama that occurred during these girls’ season of MAFS we never would have guessed that the drama would actually intensify off the screen!

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