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Farmer Wants a Wife star Lucy breaks her silence on THAT kiss drama

‘I got so badly railroaded’: Farmer Wants a Wife star Lucy breaks her silence on THAT kiss drama – after getting booted from the show

Farmer Wants a Wife contestant Lucy Holland has broken her silence on the kissing controversy that got her booted from the show.

The Perth-based beauty claimed she was ‘railroaded’ by her fellow contestants in the scandal after they ‘exaggerated’ her story about a goodnight peck on the cheek from star Andrew Guthrie. 

‘Having my integrity put in to question was horrible,’ the blonde stunner told the Daily Telegraph on Thursday.

Regrets: Farmer Wants a Wife contestant Lucy Holland has broken her silence on the kissing controversy that got her booted from the show

The scandal erupted after Lucy claimed to the other women that Andrew had tried and failed to kiss her, which the farmer denied.

And although she didn’t hold him completely responsible for sending her home based on untrue accounts he had heard, Lucy admitted ‘it sucks that he called me a liar in front of the whole nation before coming to me first.’ 

However most of her pain comes from getting ‘so badly railroaded by my friends.’   

Mixed messages: The scandal erupted after Lucy claimed to the other women that Andrew had tried and failed to kiss her, which the farmer denied

Mixed messages: The scandal erupted after Lucy claimed to the other women that Andrew had tried and failed to kiss her, which the farmer denied

His fault? Although she didn't hold Guthrie (pictured) completely responsible for sending her home based on untrue accounts he had heard, Lucy admitted 'it sucks that he called me a liar in front of the whole nation before coming to me first.'

His fault? Although she didn’t hold Guthrie (pictured) completely responsible for sending her home based on untrue accounts he had heard, Lucy admitted ‘it sucks that he called me a liar in front of the whole nation before coming to me first.’

She also claimed she was still close friends with the woman she first told about the kiss, and frontrunner for Guthrie’s affections, Rachael Smith. 

Lucy was just one of six women the farmers sent packing during Wednesday’s show. 

But her exit was by far the most emotional. 

'It had to be done': Andrew booted Lucy off Farmer Wants a Wife on Wednesday's episode following the kiss drama

‘It had to be done’: Andrew booted Lucy off Farmer Wants a Wife on Wednesday’s episode following the kiss drama

‘I can’t feel like that again. That was one of the worst times of my life,’ he said of the drama that ensued after Lucy claimed he’d tried to kiss her but she turned away. 

‘I know it wasn’t all you and things were misconstrued. I had other people want to go home because of that situation,’ he added. 

Lucy said she felt like the blame was all on her, but Andrew told her the whole saga had caused too many problems for him. 

Bad times: 'I can't feel like that again. That was one of the worst times of my life,' Andrew (right) said of the drama that ensued after Lucy claimed he'd tried to kiss her but she turned away

Bad times: ‘I can’t feel like that again. That was one of the worst times of my life,’ Andrew (right) said of the drama that ensued after Lucy claimed he’d tried to kiss her but she turned away 

Lucy had previously told the other women Andrew had tried to kiss her but she turned away. He denied this, saying he’d only offered her a peck on the cheek.

She also claimed Andrew had already worked out his ‘frontrunners’, which upset the group. 

‘I know deep down, you have a massive heart and are a really good chick. But we don’t have a lot of time here… I can only go off what I can see,’ he said. 

He later told producers: ‘Saying goodbye to Lucy… as hard as it was, it had to be done.’

Dispute: Lucy had previously told the other women Andrew had tried to kiss her but she turned away. He denied this, saying he'd only offered her a peck on the cheek

Dispute: Lucy had previously told the other women Andrew had tried to kiss her but she turned away. He denied this, saying he’d only offered her a peck on the cheek 

Lucy felt they had a ‘great spark’, but accepted his decision and said ‘everything happens for a reason’.

She added: ‘I do leave the farm with a bit of heavy heart, because conversations could have been had and communication could have been better. Um, yeah everything could have been very, very different.’

During Wednesday’s episode, the farmers sent home a total of six women. 

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