Channel Seven told to pay My Kitchen Rules contestant Piper O’Neill $22,000 a year

Channel Seven told to pay My Kitchen Rules contestant Piper O’Neill $22,000 a year

The Guardian

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Former beauty queen given compensation for ‘vilification and bullying’ while appearing on the hit cooking show

Channel Seven has been ordered to pay a My Kitchen Rules contestant ongoing compensation of $22,000 a year for psychological injury sustained from appearing in the hit show, in what is the second reality TV compensation claim to hit the network.

Piper O’Neill, a former beauty queen who appeared in the show in 2019, alleged she was damaged by “vilification and bullying from producers and the network” which included storylines about an affair.

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