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Krissy Marsh Says The Drama On The Real Housewives Of Sydney ‘Wasn’t Scripted’ And Claims Producers Were Blindsided By “How Crazy And How Nasty” Some Of Her Co-Stars Were On The Show!

Krissy Marsh is looking back at her time on The Real Housewives of Sydney. The former model and property developer reveals that the drama on the show was no scripted and that producers were blindsided by some of her co-star's messy behavior.

“I don't think even the producers knew what they were getting,” said Marsh on a recent episode of Back to Reality podcast, according to The Daily Mail Australia.

“I don't think they realized how crazy and how nasty some of these women were.”

Marsh made it clear that none of the drama on the show was fake, and that producers didn't even need to encourage anybody to drink because the women “were getting drunk on our own accord.”

Last year, Foxtel's executive director of television Brian Walsh officially confirmed to TV Tonight that the controversial reality show will not be returning for a second season.

“Sydney won’t happen again. Once bitten twice shy,” he said.

In September 2018, Woman's Day Magazine revealed that the show had been axed.

As previously reported, the show was rejected by U.S. network Bravo for being too extreme - this was the first time a Real Housewives franchise was not immediately picked up for syndication.

If you recall, the fate of the show was in question after Bravo decided not to commission the show for being "too extreme" for American viewers, in which Foxtel's head of television Brian Walsh revealed that he was concerned about the cast, hinting changes would have be made to the housewives line up.

“A lot of the women in this show were nasty for nasty’s sake and have no redeeming features,” he said. “I particularly felt Lisa Oldfield and AthenaX Levendi were driving their own agendas.”

Brian said he would be steering changes in the second series to make sure the women were better behaved and more friendly towards each other.

“I’ve raised my concerns with the production team from this season. I felt the bad language and behavior throughout the series did go too far,” he told The Daily Telegraph.

The show consisted of seven ladies: Athena X Levendi, Krissy Marsh, Lisa Oldfield, Matty Samaei, Melissa Tkautz, Nicole O'Neal and Victoria Rees.

While the series was not picked up by U.S. network Bravo for being "too extreme," the show found international success in New Zealand, South Africa, U.K. and in Canada (via streaming service Hayu).

Photo Credit: Foxtel