Posting a video of herself on Instagram the reality star and wannabe model rubbished claims they weren't invited to the afterparty, waving her pass in front of the camera.
"We came in at the end of the night when technically everyone should have been at their [after parties], it's not like we came in at the start trying to cause a ruckus."
The 27-year-old then addressed the alleged run-in with ex-friend Martha, revealing that there is most definitely tension between the Married At First Sight stars.
"I did actually say hello to [Martha]... but I wasn't rude to her and there was a situation that happened.
"If I was to stay and try play mediator [between her and Ines], it would have been a bigger problem... there was a lot of people that watched the show looking.
"The last thing we needed to do was cause a big spectacle."
Martha was the first of the clique to address the rumours, posting a 17-minute long YouTube video which discussed everything that went down on the Gold Coast.
“We were walking back to go to the after-party and we bumped into Ines and Jessika.
“We have been speaking on Instagram and we’ve been messaging so I thought everything was sweet.
“So I walked up to them, they ignored me, then I was looking at Jess going ‘Hello?’ and she goes ‘Oh hi!'
“Then Ines did pretend to vomit on me."
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Martha appeared unfazed by the behaviour of her former co-stars at the Logie Awards, telling the camera: "I don't give a f***, to be quite honest. It's so childish. I'm really happy in my life and I'm so unfazed by it...What's your problem?"
Jules Robinson, Cameron Merchant, Heidi Latcham, Elizabeth Sobinoff, Nic Jovanovic and Mike Gunner were the only members of Channel Nine's Married At First Sight to receive an invitation to Australia's biggest night in TV on Sunday night.
Along with Jess and Ines, Cyrell Paule, Mick Gould and Dan Webb were snubbed.