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Married At First Australia cast member Dan Webb has slammed UK viewers in a furious online rant.
The 31-year-old reality star hit back at those currently watching the dating show on E4 after getting fed up with people messing him over his hook-up with Jessika Power.
Father-of-one Dan cheated on his wife Tamara Joy with co-star Jessika when on the sixth season of the dramatic reality series.
It was filmed in Down Under back in 2018 but is only airing in the UK now.
Taking to his Instagram Story, Dan raged: "All the people in UK right now watching and abusing me with some really low comments, my advice to you is firstly correct your spelling as some of you t**ts need grammar lessons.
"Secondly that show was filmed 2 yrs ago get on with it and thirdly unfollow me don't need any more haters.
"I have converted most to lovers so no room for peasants. "As for the rest of you, thanks your great."
Fans of the E4 dating show were horrified when Dan and Jess snuck away for a cheeky kiss while Tamara was just in the next room.
Following her split with her husband Mick Gould, Jess set her sights on Dan, despite the fact he was married to Tamara.
Jess infuriated fans when she kept Mick on the show by choosing to "stay" during a teen commitment ceremony, despite him begging to leave the social experiment.
One fan tweeted at the time:"Absolutely disgusted at Jessika and Dan! Poor Mick and Tamara."
Another added: "Surely Jess and Dan won't be allowed to carry on in the experiment together?"
While a third person posted: "Jess and Dan are making me wanna throw my remote at the TV, 2 disrespectful f***ers."
"Wow I can’t believe what I’m watching!! Jess and Dan are the lowest of low," a fourth viewer said.
Dan recently appeared in court charged with fraud over a telemarking scam which reported raked in $24million.
It is alleged the reality star and ten others were involved in the alleged scam eight years ago.
New Zealand outlet Stuff reported that some of the alleged participants face charges of money laundering.
The publication went on to claim police began investigating the alleged cold-calling scheme in 2013.
The committal hearing began at Brisbane Magistrates Court on Monday and is expected to last three weeks.
Married at First Sight Australia continues on E4 tonight at 7.30pm
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