Married At First Sight star Cathy Evans was forced to apologise after what some considered a racial slur on her Instagram again this week.
But this isn't the first the reality star has fallen foul on social media, with the scandal-prone bride caught making a number of highly questionable posts in the past.
From homophobic and racial slurs to rape jokes, Daily Mail Australia looks at the reality star's sordid use of language on social media.
Will she ever learn? MAFS star Cathy Evans, 27, (pictured) was forced to apologise AGAIN to fans this week, after a VERY problematic history with racial and homophobic slurs
In a now-deleted Instagram comment obtained by The Daily Telegraph's Confidential, the 27-year-old apologised for her 'poor choice of words'.
On Wednesday, Cathy shared a close-up photo to Instagram of her platinum locks, captioned innocently with the text 'angel vibes' and a cloud emoji.
Confidential revealed on Friday that the makeup artist was accused by some of making a racial slur, while responding to a follower in the comments section.
Started innocently: On Wednesday, Cathy shared a close-up photo to Instagram (pictured) of her platinum locks, captioned innocently with the text 'angel vibes' and a cloud emoji
When asked about her accent as she 'sounds islander', Cathy reportedly responded: 'I've never had that said to me before, but I'm from New Zealand, so maybe that's why I sound like a hood rat FOB (Fresh off the boat?)'
The logistics manager reportedly received death threats after being accused of making a racial slur in the comments section of the Instagram post.
In March, the reality star apologised yet again for using a racial slur in a resurfaced Instagram post from 2015, when she was aged 21.
Comments: As reported by The Daily Telegraph's Confidential on Friday, Cathy reportedly responded when asked about her 'islander accent': 'I've never had that said to me before, but I'm from New Zealand, so maybe that's why I sound like a hood rat FOB (fresh off the boat?)'
In the post, which has since been deleted, she used the N-word while documenting her weight loss.
She wrote: 'Me high waisted