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Channel 4 Rejects MAFS Welfare Allegations

Participant Nathanial Valentino claims he was ‘manipulated’ and welfare was
absent on CPL show.

Channel 4 has defended its duty of care policy amid claims from a Married at
First Sight (MAFS) UK participant that “welfare wasn’t there” on the latest
series of the CPL-produced format.

Nathanial Valentino, who identifies as pansexual, made a number of
allegations against the production in an interview with The Daily Mirror
newspaper, stating there was “manipulation” by the producers to cause conflict
among couples and that he was persuaded to marry Ella Morgan, the first
transgender participant on the UK show, despite his initial refusal to marry a

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