A House Rules star won her case against Seven and will receive compensation after suffering a 'psychological injury during filming that left her suicidal and unable to find a job.'
Nicole Prince, who featured on the show in 2017, said she lost work after being portrayed as a bully.
And on Wednesday, Married At First Sight's Tracey Jewel, 37, told The Daily Telegraph that she has a good case against Channel Nine and production company Endemol Shine Australia and is considering taking legal action.
'Lawyers want to take my case': MAFS' Tracey Jewel (pictured), 37, told The Daily Telegraph on Wednesday that she's considering taking legal action against Channel Nine, for psychological distress as a result of starring on the show
'To be honest, I've been inundated with people calling me and lawyers wanting to take my case, I'm a bit overwhelmed but it's all positive,' Tracey said.
'It is obviously early days [but] taking legal action is something that I might do. I obviously need to do my own research but [Nicole's case] has definitely opened a door to that being a possibility,' she continued.
Tracey revealed to Daily Mail Australia in July that the backlash she received since appearing on MAFS early last year had made it difficult for her to find steady work.
'No one will hire me, due to all this ongoing negative attention,' she said. 'My name and reputation is ruined.'
Positive: 'To be honest, I've been inundated with people calling me and lawyers wanting to take my case, I'm a bit overwhelmed but it's all positive,' Tracey said
Struggles: Tracey, who has been open about her struggles with anxiety and depression, told Seven's Sunday Night in August that being in the public eye 'started the triggers' for anxiety and that she become a 'total recluse'
'These people have ruined my life. I am suicidal most days,' she added tearfully.
Tracey also told Seven's Sunday Night the following month, that being in the public eye 'started the triggers' for anxiety and that she become a 'total recluse'.
Nicole Prince, who featured on season five of House Rules with her friend Fiona Taylor, took legal action against Seven through the Workers Compensation Commission, which has published its findings in a damning 27-page report.
As first reported by TV Blackbox, the Commission's Arbitrator Cameron Burge ruled that Nicole was an 'employee' during her time on the show and that, during the course of her employment, she suffered a 'psychological/psychiatric injury'.
Seven has been ordered to compensate Nicole for her medical treatment in relation to the injury.
Case won: Meanwhile Seven has been ordered to pay compensation to House Rules contestant Nicole Prince (right, with her friend Fiona Taylor) after she suffered 'psychological injury' during filming in 2017
In her statement, Nicole said she felt 'harassed and bullied' during filming.
She wrote: 'During every camera interview, both myself and Fiona complained on film that we were being