Luke makes bombshell claim MAFS UK producers 'set up' his fight with Jordan – saying ‘they took me to his door’ | The Sun

MARRIED At First Sight's Luke Worley has claimed his fight with Jordan Gayle was orchestrated by show producers.

Last night the rivals' simmering feud came to a head as Luke stormed to Jordan's apartment to confront him for interfering in his relationship.

Things boiled over and the duo had to be separated. The fracas led to Luke and wife Jay's departure from the show.

Speaking to Jordan Brook's Into The Barbershop vlog, Luke said: "I can't say too much because I don't want to tarnish… but certain people going in my ear 'look, you're not going to look like a real man if you're going to let someone get away with upsetting your missus on TV' and all that.

"They was in my ear saying that sort of stuff, so I was getting f***ing p***ed off."

He continued: "They were like 'come and see Jordan', so obviously I assumed Jordan knew there was a camera crew coming down with me.



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"So I went down there. I was at this point fuming, so I was like 'bang, bang, bang' on his door. Jordan opens the door, I'm fuming. This man has made my wife cry and tried to ruin my relationship."

Luke then recounted how the two men had a scuffle in the hallway, insisting he was in "self defence mode".

He said: "Even though I was at his door, I was told to go to his door, I hadn't planned to go there."

A Channel 4 Spokesperson said: “The wellbeing of cast and crew is our utmost priority at all times throughout production and beyond. We have a zero tolerance policy towards violence and we take any behaviour of this nature very seriously.

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"Luke wanted to speak with Jordan which we gave him the opportunity to do on return to the apartments. Following the events that unfolded, we took prompt action as soon as this incident occurred, and Luke was subsequently removed from the experiment.”

The highly anticipated fight finally aired last night.

But viewers were left far from impressed and called the altercation 'embarrassing' as they watched security separating the two.

Wives Jay and Erica also tried to pull their partners off each other in the ugly bust-up. 

Taking to X, formerly Twitter, viewers complained about the run-in and asked Channel 4 bosses to "kick them both out."

One viewer wrote: "Wow is that it haha hardly fight of the century and he got thrown out lol."

Another fumed: "Worst fight I’ve ever seen. Can’t believe people even leaked it as a fight #MAFS."

A third commented: "Luke must be pretty embarrassed about that ahem 'fight'."

A fourth said: "I'd be embarrassed to be involved in a fight like that. My gran punched better. Kick them both out."

Producers were reportedly left with no choice but to drop Luke after the physical confrontation.

A show insider told MailOnline: "Luke and Jordan struggled to get along from the moment they met, but no one was expecting them to clash like they eventually did.

"The cast attend a couples' retreat and during dinner things got particularly heated between them and later they come to blows inside Jordan's apartment.

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"The fight was caught on camera, meaning there's every chance it could be shown in the most explosive scenes ever to be aired on Married At First Sight UK."

Despite Luke and Jay having their time on the show cut short, the pair have since confirmed that months after filming the series they are still together and going strong.

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