‘Married At First Sight’: Mia Bally Tells “Truth” About her Arrest – Accuses Ex of Stalking

Married at First Sight star Mia Bally is coming out the truth about her arrest for stalking on MAFS. She was arrested while trying to go on her honeymoon with husband Tristan Thompson at the beginning of the season. At the time, the story changed around a bit. Now, the reality star is sharing what she says is her true side of the story that we watched affect her then-new marriage to Tristan Thompson.

Married at First Sight: Arrest of Mia Bally details revealed

On MAFS, Mia Bally got arrested and at first, acted like she didn’t even know the guy who pressed charges against her. It turned out that wasn’t the case at all. Mia was arrested for alleged stalking and also for the unauthorized use of a credit card. It was reported that Mia was accused of buying a phone on her ex-boyfriend’s Amazon account and he got the bill (and also the phone).

This was the first issue between Mia Bally and Tristan Thompson on Married at First Sight. It was revealed this week on the big reunion show that they got a divorce already. They had deeper issues beyond her arrest that stopped them from going on their honeymoon trip on the Lifetime reality relationship show.

Now Mia Bally speaks her truth

Mia Bally went to her Instagram this week and shared her version of the story. Now that the show is done airing, it looks like she is ready to open up with her side of things. Mia started out by talking about how much she appreciates the support from her followers in her IG post.

Mia of Married at First Sight was very open about what went down with her. Here is a big part of what she explained.

“There was NO stalking in Louisiana or fraud, despite the false accusatory statements or negative social media. NOW, I understand why news is called fake or NOT 100% real. NOW, I understand anyone can file a false report and lie to the police.”

After this, the MAFS star went on to explain more. Mia wants everyone to know that there are two sides to every story out there. Then she explained that it has been hard being silent while Married at First Sight was filming. Now, she is speaking out and defending herself.

She said that “vicious lies” were spread against her. The MAFS star won’t be silenced and has had a lot of support during this time. Scroll through the images on her IG posts above and below to see phone logs she alleges prove she was the one being stalked and not the other way around.

Mia shares proof she is innocent

Mia Bally says she could have got three years in prison simply because someone made a false police report against her. She feels like she was treated like “guilty until proved innocent.” Mia even showed a screenshot that this ex called her phone repeatedly during 2017 and 2018.

Her version of the story reveals that her ex tried to say this all happened after they split in 2016, but if that was true he would not have called her over 10,000 times in the next two years. The phone logs shown are stunning and reveal a pattern of behavior that proves Mia’s point.

This was not the first time that Mia Bally’s ex called the police on her either. The Married at First Sight wife showed that her ex reached out to her in May of this year. Mia Bally denies all the accusations against her and wants the fans to know her truth. These are interesting bits of evidence and, if true, are scary that her life was derailed by lies and events out of her control.

Lifetime is now airing its new show MAFS Honeymoon Island and MAFS Happily Ever After starts soon. Come back to Soap Dirt for the latest Married at First Sight spoilers and news.

Mandy Robinson

Reality TV is my first love when it comes to writing. I am addicted to everything from "The Bachelor" to "Counting On." I grew up watching "General Hospital" with my mom and once I started working from home found a love for it again and can't miss an episode. I have been freelance writing for ten years and I am thrilled to join the team at Soap Dirt!