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Married At First Sight EXCLUSIVE: Hayley Vernon is forced to work as a labourer mixing concrete after leaving her $150,000 finance broker job to film the social experiment Do you have a story about a MAFS participant? Email [email protected] 

By Joshua Fox For Daily Mail Australia

Published: 19:21 GMT, 1 March 2020 | Updated: 01:25 GMT, 2 March 2020

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Married At First Sight's Hayley Vernon walked away from a $150,000-per-year job as a finance broker to film Nine's social experiment last year.

But her dreams of reality TV stardom were cut short when producers kicked her off the show around mid-October - in scenes that aired on Sunday night - and she was forced to work as a labourer to make ends meet.

In the last two months of 2019, Hayley, 32, was mixing concrete on a Melbourne building site as MAFS continued production without her. 

Sacrifice: Married At First Sight's Hayley Vernon (pictured) walked away from a $150,000-per-year job as a finance broker to film Nine's social experiment last year

Sacrifice: Married At First Sight's Hayley Vernon (pictured) walked away from a $150,000-per-year job as a finance broker to film Nine's social experiment last year 

Life goes on! In the last two months of 2019, Hayley was mixing concrete on a Melbourne building site as MAFS continued production without her. Pictured on November 3

Life goes on! In the last two months of 2019, Hayley was mixing concrete on a Melbourne building site as MAFS continued production without her. Pictured on November 3

Married At First Sight was filmed in Sydney between September and December. Hayley's departure came just six weeks into the three-month production period.

But despite leaving the experiment early, she didn't mind getting her hands dirty and enjoyed the routine of daily work, according to a source. 

A friend of Hayley's told Daily Mail Australia: 'After she finished filming in October, Hayley took a quick holiday and was then bored just sitting around all day. So a friend gave her a job on a construction site.

'She loved it and loved the banter with all the boys. She was in her element.' 

Keeping busy: MAFS was filmed in Sydney between September and December. Hayley's departure - which aired on Sunday night - came just six weeks into the three-month production period. Pictured during filming in October

Keeping busy: MAFS was filmed in Sydney between September and December. Hayley's departure - which

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