The reality star went on to explain that producers will go as far as cutting different words together to form new sentences, and turning up the background music so viewers won't notice.
It's also not the first time she's opened up about being portrayed in a negative light. Recently, Chatfield spoke about the unfair portrayal she received on The Bachelor.
She wrote, “Things I got slut-shamed for on #thebachelorau: this bikini, my skort at hometowns, multiple cocktail party gowns, kissing matt ‘without a date’ and at a cocktail party (out of sight of anyone), pashing Matt in various locations with varying degrees of intensity, honestly admitting that I wanted to have sex with a man I was dating for 10 weeks and all around just ‘using sexuality to manipulate Matt’."
“This is something I did not expect in 2019. Sex is essential to a successful relationship for me, as is sexual chemistry and the ability to express that comfortably with my partner. I saw commentary around my sexuality (rightly) calling out slut shaming and double standards regarding my pash sessions with Matt, with responses of ‘I’m not slut shaming her she is just manipulative/dumb/aggressive/only wanting sex.’"
Despite facing criticism, many high profile Australian celebrities were on Abbie's side, with even Bachelor host Osher Gunsberg and comedian Dave Hughes weighing in on the drama.
"I've been doing this job a while now. Tweeting every episode that goes to air. And I am always interested to see how a strong woman powerfully expressing her sexuality makes so many people so uncomfortable," Osher Tweeted during series finale.