MAFS Bryce Ruthven’s legal clash with ARN as he demands $200,000 for ‘lost earnings’

MAFS Bryce Ruthven's legal clash with ARN as he demands $200,000 for 'lost earnings' 2
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Married At First Sight Bryce Ruthven’s legal clash with ARN as he demands $200,000 for ‘lost earnings and emotional stress’ after radio station ‘revoked job offer’

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Married At First Sight’s Bryce Ruthven is demanding $200,000 from the Australian Radio Network after a radio station ‘revoked his job offer’.

He claims he accepted a job at Launceston radio station, Chilli FM, in May but the offer was allegedly revoked just days later.

According to the Herald Sun, Bryce’s lawyers are claiming the breach of contract, has resulted in loss of earnings, damage to his reputation and emotional stress.

Married At First Sight Bryce Ruthven's legal clash with ARN as he demands $200,000 for 'lost earnings and emotional stress' after radio station 'revoked job offer'

Married At First Sight Bryce Ruthven’s legal clash with ARN as he demands $200,000 for ‘lost earnings and emotional stress’ after radio station ‘revoked job offer’

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Bryce was flown to Launceston by the station and interviewed for the position as co-host of Chilli FM’s breakfast program.

He was offered the position via email on May 5th and accepted the job later that day.

However, Bryce claimed the job offer was withdrawn four days later, as he prepared to move to Tasmania with his fiancée Melissa Rawson and their twin boys.

Daily Mail Australia has contacted the Australian Radio Network and Chilli FM for comment.  

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Bryce claims he accepted a job at Launceston radio station, Chilli FM, in May but the offer was revoked just days later

Bryce claims he accepted a job at Launceston radio station, Chilli FM, in May but the offer was revoked just days later

Bryce previously claimed that his portrayal on MAFS destroyed his career as a radio personality.

‘For me it has basically ruined my career in radio,’ the 32-year-old told Herald Sun.

‘It basically damaged my potential earnings. If it takes much longer to find a job it (exploring his legal options) would be something you have to seriously consider especially with twins on the way.’

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According to the Herald Sun , Bryce's lawyers are claiming the breach of contract, has resulted in loss of earnings, damage to his reputation and emotional stress

According to the Herald Sun , Bryce’s lawyers are claiming the breach of contract, has resulted in loss of earnings, damage to his reputation and emotional stress

Bryce turned out to be one of the most controversial grooms on last year’s season of Married At First Sight and has copped endless backlash from fans.

He ranked wife Melissa as ‘fourth’ hottest on the show following a challenge.

Several fans vented on Twitter, slamming Bryce as ‘toxic’ and urging Melissa to run away from him.

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Bryce was also slammed for brutally telling new ‘wife’ that she’s ‘not her type’.

Bryce claimed the job offer was withdrawn four days after he accepted as he prepared to move to Tasmania with his fiancée Melissa Rawson and their twin boys

Bryce claimed the job offer was withdrawn four days after he accepted as he prepared to move to Tasmania with his fiancée Melissa Rawson and their twin boys

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