NIKITA has reportedly been removed from Married At First Sight after breaching E4's Code of Conduct.
The 26-year-old was apparently pulled off the show after a security intervention, following a foul mouth rant that targeted her co-stars.
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Why was Nikita axed from Married At First Sight UK?
A spokesperson for Channel 4 revealed that "during filming, a situation escalated off-camera and Nikita displayed a level of aggression that was unacceptable and breached our agreed code of conduct on behaviour."
On the September 7 episode, Nikita was shown shouting during a dinner party and even threatened to quit the show.
Her tirade, which was mostly aimed at Jordon Mundell, ended in the lingerie model being kicked off the programme.
"It's making me f***ing mad – like s***," she yelled across the table, adding, "don't speak to me like a little f***ing divvy."
Her castmates were left speechless as the 27-year-old then dramatically stormed out of the room.
Expert Paul Brunson theorized that Nikita might have been set off by Jordon's arguments with wife Alexis, saying: "Nikita is seeing the rejection that Alexis is going through and she's seeing her past and the rejection Nikita is going through."
Jordon was seen requesting a "wife swap" following a rocky honeymoon and revealed to Nikita that Alexis wasn't his usual type.
Who was Nikita married to on the show?
Nikita married fellow model Ant Poole on the show.
The pair sparked speculation that they had met before after they both starred on reality show Your Face or Mine – but it's likely they didn't film their episodes at the same time.
What happened to Nikita on the show?
It didn't take long for Ant and Nikita's union to sour – and her aggressive side has been seen before.
Nikita was shown hurling a drink at her hubby during an explosive fight during their honeymoon.
She stormed off and insisted on being put in a separate room – but things were looking up briefly for the pair as they reconciled the following day.
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