Married At First Sight's controversial bride Stacey Hampton was engaged to a Rebels bikie boss who was convicted of bashing two nightclub bouncers.
The blonde bombshell dated the Rebels' Adelaide president Shane Michael Smith, 37, until she split with him in July 2017, a month before the brutal assaults.
Stacey, 25, was branded the 'bride from hell' as she snubbed 'husband' Michael Goonan on Monday night's episode, saying he was 'not what I usually go for'.
Married At First Sight's controversial bride Stacey Hampton (right) was engaged to Rebels bikie boss Shane Michael Smith, 37, (left) with who she shares two sons (one pictured)
Smith, a heavily tattooed 'fitness trainer', fits Stacey's type perfectly, as she admits to being attracted to 'masculine' men with tattoos.
She is equally as inked-up as Smith, with a huge intricate design stretching across her stomach and right thigh, and several smaller pieces around her body.
The pair share sons Kruz, two, and Kosta, four, who appeared on Monday night's episode.
Stacey, who is 11 years younger than Smith, said they met when she was 'very young' and in her early 20s.
'We met when I was very young, fell in love quickly and then tried to make it work for the kids,' she told Daily Mail Australia.
'It was a civil breakup. He's an amazing dad and I have no regrets.'
The pair share sons Kruz, two, and Kosta, four, who appeared on Monday night's episode. Pictured with one of their sons
Stacey was branded the 'bride from hell' as she snubbed 'husband' Michael Goonan (right) on Monday night, saying he was 'not what I usually go for' - before discovering he is a millionaire
Stacey is equally as inked-up as heavily tattooed Smith, and has a huge intricate design stretching across her stomach and right thigh. Pictured: Stacey with two friends
One of many family photos on Smith's social media shows the bikie leader in his Rebels colours as Stacey cradles Kosta during their time together.
'That's Stacie Hampton my wife,' he wrote along with two heart emojis when friends complimented his glamorous partner.
In February 2019, heavily-tattooed Smith was convicted and fined $3,500 for assaulting two bouncers outside a nightclub in Bendigo on August 6, 2017.
He narrowly avoided jail after a magistrate dismissed an affray charge because the savage beatings weren't deemed to be evoking of terror in bystanders.
Pictured: Stacey in a recent photo with Kruz and Kosta posted to her Instagram
Bendigo Magistrates' Court heard Smith was at the Universal club in the northern Victorian town with several other Rebels.
Festivities to commemorate the 2008 car crash death of member Bruno Carlo spilled out of the gang's