By Daily Mail Australia Reporter
Published: 02:41 BST, 5 June 2019 | Updated: 02:49 BST, 5 June 2019
Former Married At First Sight star Clare Verrall recently claimed that Channel Nine failed to provide her with adequate mental health support after the show.
But her on-screen husband Jono Pitman tells a much different story, with the former reality TV villain saying that the psychological support he received from Channel Nine was 'fantastic'.
'I used to talk to a [psychologist provided by the network] fortnightly, six months after the show had aired as I was in an extremely dark hole for a while because of my experience,' he told Now to Love on Wednesday.
'Fantastic!' Former Married At First Sight star Jono Pitman has praised Channel Nine's mental health support for ex-reality stars, following allegations to the contrary made by his former TV wife Clare Verrall. Pictured: Clare and Jono on Married At First Sight in 2016.
He continued: 'They also give you the option to source your own psychologist or you could use the one they recommend.
'I used the one they recommended and he was fantastic,' he added.
Jono said that he was so impressed by the psychologist that he used him again, just six months ago, while he was going through a rough patch in his personal life.
'I used the one they recommended and he was fantastic!' Jono had nothing