After a shocking blindside saw Sophie Cachia swap tribes, the Australian Survivor: Blood v Water contender has continued to slam the series online.
Taking to Instagram Stories on Monday night, the 31-year-old ripped the cast and crew to shreds for sneaky gameplay and failing to show events in their entirety.
“A little over the hidden misogyny of these types of shows,” she penned. “[Sophie] plays the game and gets called sneaky. EVERY other dude does it and they are smart.”
However, it wasn’t the revelation of misogyny that alarmed fans. It was a shocking claim made by Sophie alongside the post in which she said she was touched inappropriately while on-set.
“Men busting each other’s faces open, pulling out necks, woman touching my groin without permission to search for an idol,” she wrote. “But hey, I’m not allowed to play.”
Despite dropping the shocking bombshell on her 266,000 followers, Sophie is yet to elaborate on her claims.
Why Is Sophie Cachia Slamming Australian Survivor?
When she came face-to-face with her OG Blood tribe once again, let’s just say things were a little sour, to say the least.
However, not as sour as her scathing Instagram Stories, in which the influencer-turned-reality star devolved into a rant during Monday night’s Survivor broadcast.
As the episode aired, the 31-year-old said she was “opting to work” instead of tuning in… then proceeded to spend a good portion of the evening tearing the show to shreds.
What Did Sophie Cachia Write About Her Time On Australian Survivor: Blood V Water?
“The lies created to save their own asses turned really personal and I wasn’t having a part of it. It hurt me and a lot of others,” Sophie penned.
According to the mum of two, one unnamed co-star went “beyond” typical gameplay.
She also scrutinised producers for not showing a deal she made with co-star Sam Gash during an immunity challenge.
“Everyone could see us talking the whole time,” she wrote. “We made a set deal on that podium. I told her she could win and get the victory in front of both tribes, but in return, my boys would be safe and they wouldn’t be picked off.”
Sophie has since unfollowed and blocked a number of her Survivor co-stars in the wake of her blindside.
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