It looks like the wheels are firmly off the wagon for the stars of Married At First Sight as the cast of Australia's most controversial reality TV show continue to make headlines for all the wrong reasons.
First came the bizarre social media antics of Ines Basic, then the revelation that Martha Kalifatidis - aka Kmart Kim - no longer speaks to any of her co-stars.
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And now, cringe-worthy details have emerged of MAFS personalities - including last season's Tamara Joy and Kiwi groom Samuel Levi who starred on the New Zealand version of the franchise - desperately trying to leverage their newfound fame in exchange for luxury holidays and lavish gifts.
The Daily Telegraph revealed a leaked email from Samuel's agency 'SL Media Co.' which includes a blunt request for an all-expenses paid trip across Australia, Daily Mail Australia reports.
The message was sent to a number of travel providers on behalf of Samuel and Tamara, who endured an ill fated romance with intruder groom Daniel Webb before his adulterous affair with Jessika Power.
The pitch - which included numerous spelling and grammatical errors - appeared to be written by a non-native English speaker.
SL & Co.'s email offered Samuel and Tamara as a "joint package", opening with the line: "I would like to be in touch on behalf of TV Personality's Samuel Levi and Tamara Joy."
It continued: "Would love to know your thoughts, on getting the pair in to experience a trip together as the pair would love to visit and experience this part of Australia, and do it together."
The words exposure, collaborate and even Australia were all spelled incorrectly: written as 'expsoure' - 'collobarte' - and 'Australisia' respectively.
The pitch also pointed to Tamara and Samuel's follower count on Instagram, but inflated the figure by 25,000, according to Daily Mail Australia.
In response to the revelation, Tamara told Daily Mail she "does not seek free holidays" while Samuel's assistant said "brands have reached out to him....which is why this enquiry has maybe come around."