The reality star made the comment during an episode of his Tosser podcast, alluding to tension behind-the-scenes among the 2023 MAFS cohort.
"There is isolation felt on a certain side, and the reason why it doesn't surprise me is because I've seen it first-hand with my partner," he said.
"I'll tell you one thing that I hate the most, right?", he continued. "If somebody doesn't like you and they say they don't like you, depending on the person you could be, like, that sucks."
Ollie went on to share his dislike for "inauthenticity" and "trying to play both sides", adding that "two-faced" behaviour upsets him "the most".
"I get very defensive about somebody, I would say taking advantage of my partner," he added.
"It's all well and good if you don't like someone, to say I don't like you and then you know where you stand with that person. But make it seem like everything's okay and then, through the grapevine, all this stuff gets back to them."
While Ollie didn't name the person in question, he did send a clear message to them in his sign-off.
"I'll say this, if you think I'm talking about you, I'm talking about you," he concluded.
Ollie and Tahnee are one of two MAFS Australia couples from 2023 still together following the latest series. Ollie relocated to Sydney to be with his MAFS wife shortly after the series aired.
Melinda and Layton are the second original pairing from the show still dating.
Married at First Sight UK airs on E4 in the UK. Married at First Sight Australia airs on Nine Network in Australia and E4 in the UK.
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