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Stu Laundy claims his scenes on The Bachelorette with Sophie Monk were ‘cut and pasted’

‘You are like a caged rat’: Stu Laundy claims scenes on The Bachelorette with Sophie Monk were ‘cut and pasted’ to put words into the mouths of his family members… but admits he went on the show to gain ‘exposure’ for his chain of pubs

In an explosive interview on Channel Seven’s Sunday Night, Stu Laundy claimed that his appearance on The Bachelorette was heavily edited. 

During the candid interview, the publican made stunning allegations that words were edited into the mouths of his sister and father during their brief appearances on the dating reality show. 

The 45-year-old millionaire claimed that during a family dinner episode, his sister Justine was instructed by producers to ask Bachelorette Sophie Monk if she was after the family fortune. 

'You are like a caged rat': Stu Laundy (right) claimed on Channel Seven's Sunday Night program that his scenes on The Bachelorette with Sophie Monk (left) were edited

‘You are like a caged rat’: Stu Laundy (right) claimed on Channel Seven’s Sunday Night program that his scenes on The Bachelorette with Sophie Monk (left) were edited 

However Stu claims Justine’s ultimate question to Sophie – if she was looking for ‘money’ – was never stated by his sibling. 

He said: ‘There was one really big example of this weird cut-and-paste editing, I think you’d call it. 

‘My sister didn’t ask the question but then when it got on, when it was actually on TV, somehow they cut and pasted words of my sister’s from the night and the question was asked.

Never said? The publican made the stunning allegations words were edited into the mouths of his sister and father during one episode of the dating reality show

Never said? The publican made the stunning allegations words were edited into the mouths of his sister and father during one episode of the dating reality show

‘I remember, I actually watched the show, you know, the night it was on with Justine and she was very angry.’  

Stu also claimed that comments made by his father during that same dinner may have been taken out of context. 

He went to say that he felt, ‘like a caged rat in there not knowing what’s going on in society’ while appearing on the show, and claimed alcohol fueled some of his interactions with Sophie. 

No deal? The 45-year-old millionaire claimed that during a family dinner episode, his sister Justine (left) was instructed by producers to ask Bachelorette Sophie Monk if she was after the family fortune. The question aired, but, 'My sister didn't ask the question' Stu claimed

No deal? The 45-year-old millionaire claimed that during a family dinner episode, his sister Justine (left) was instructed by producers to ask Bachelorette Sophie Monk if she was after the family fortune. The question aired, but, ‘My sister didn’t ask the question’ Stu claimed 

Stu called the scene: 'One really big example of this weird cut-and-paste editing'. Stu is pictured with Sophie during the dinner episode of The Bachelorette in 2017

Stu called the scene: ‘One really big example of this weird cut-and-paste editing’. Stu is pictured with Sophie during the dinner episode of The Bachelorette in 2017 

However Stu did admit part of his motivation for appearing on the program was to promote his chain of pubs. 

‘Honestly, I went on The Bachelorette looking for love. But you know, at the end of the day, I’m a publican and a businessman. 

‘And I [did consider] exposure to some of our hotels with the crowd that watches those shows, so I can’t lie. I had one eye on that as well.’ 

Vested interest: Stu did admit part of his motivation for appearing on the program was to promote his chain of pubs. He said, 'I can't lie. I had one eye on that as well'

Vested interest: Stu did admit part of his motivation for appearing on the program was to promote his chain of pubs. He said, ‘I can’t lie. I had one eye on that as well’

Angle News Australia has reached out to Channel Ten for comment.  

Stu and Sophie publicly split just six months after filming The Bachelorette finale in 2017.   

Speaking to Who magazine after the pair parted ways, Stu claimed the former couple’s lifestyles just didn’t match.

‘Whenever Sophie and I saw each other, there was always a fair few drinks involved,’ he said. 

Over: Stu and Sophie publicly split just six months after filming The Bachelorette finale in 2017

Over: Stu and Sophie publicly split just six months after filming The Bachelorette finale in 2017

‘Part of that is her life… That whole world, the socialising, alcohol and plenty of cigarettes.’

Stu also said that, contrary to reports, his ‘partying’ was not a factor in the break-up.

‘I was not a party boy. If I’m having a few drinks I’ll have a cigarette or two. Luckily for me, I’ve never taken it up full-time,’ he added. 

Not the same: Speaking to Who magazine after the pair parted ways, Stu claimed the former couple's lifestyles just didn't match. Sophie is pictured on The Bachelorette

Not the same: Speaking to Who magazine after the pair parted ways, Stu claimed the former couple’s lifestyles just didn’t match. Sophie is pictured on The Bachelorette 

 

 

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