MAFS’ Clara Berghaus Responds to Ex Ryan Oubre’s Divorce Comments



Her aspect of the story. One day after Married at First Sight’s Ryan Oubre publicly addressed his divorce from Clara Berghaus for the primary time, the flight attendant has responded to his allegations.

“I’m not going to lie, my anxiety is through the roof right now in anticipation of my story being so public tonight. Speaking out was not something I ever thought I would do but I’m so incredibly grateful for this opportunity,” Berghaus, 28, wrote through a Thursday, December 30, Instagram publish, noting that she’ll inform her aspect of the story throughout tonight’s Married at First Sight Special. “I’ve spent the last six months of therapy, reflecting over my @mafslifetime experience and I’ve learned more than I could ever imagine. I never thought I would speak publicly about my divorce but I’ve realized that, while I don’t owe anyone any explanations, I also don’t owe anyone my silence. I have spent so much time not speaking up for myself because I’m so wildly conflict adverse, but the only way to heal and grow is to start doing things that make me uncomfortable. And, in all honesty I feel like not sharing would be doing a disservice to anyone going through something similar.”

She added that she “went through hell and back the last 18 months and at this point I have to say, I’m so so proud of myself and how far I’ve come.”

Berghaus continued: “And as nerve-wracking as this experience is, I know that telling my story will be integral to my healing process and let me tell you, I’m so ready to put all of this behind me. Tonight marks the final end to this chapter of my life and has already provided me with so much closure. Thank you to everyone who was there to pick up the pieces-you know who you are and I love you all so dearly. I so so love getting to share my life with you all, and while I’m nervous as hell, I can’t wait for everyone to know my truth.”

The Atlanta resident’s message got here sooner or later after the project supervisor, 30, broke his silence on their breakup.

“I’ve had several months to reflect on a very challenging moment in my life,” Oubre wrote through a prolonged Instagram assertion on Wednesday, December 29. “Being a part of the show has taught me more about myself than I could have ever imagined. I’ve weighed the options of addressing the circumstances or choosing to continue to remain silent.”

Oubre added in his publish: “What I can no longer sit idly by for is untruly statements to be continuously made about my family and friends. With that being said: getting married to a stranger is indescribable — words won’t every describe it well. On one hand you full trust the process and those involved and in the other, you think through what if this doesn’t work out. I’ve always lived my life knowing you can always go back to where you were if it doesn’t work out.”

In his nine-slide Instagram assertion, Oubre made claims about somebody’s openness to marry one other race and attempting to perceive their tradition, alleging, “Walking into a family gathering and not speaking to anyone and scrolling through your phone will never fly and declining food (outside of a food allergy or avoidance) because you don’t like the way it looks won’t help either.”

The exes, who had been first matched on season 12 of MAFS, initially selected to keep collectively by the top of the season — which aired in May — and even deliberate to renew their marriage ceremony vows on New Year’s Eve. However, by July, the duo introduced their break up.

“After taking some time away from cameras, we have reached that point in our marriage where we know it’s better to go our separate ways,” Oubre wrote through Instagram Story on the time. “It’s not an easy decision to make it, nor we do we take these next steps lightly. Grateful to all who stood by us and continue to stand by us as we make this very difficult decision. It goes without saying, we remain friends and hope for nothing but the best for each other.”

Several months later, Berghaus confirmed that she had filed to restore her maiden title and signed divorce papers through TikTok movies. In her September 8 social media video, the Lifetime persona captioned her publish “27 days til papers signed,” whereas lip-synching to a “Celebrate the Good Times” track. She counted down the times earlier than the video confirmed a “1 hour til papers signed” caption as she walked to her automotive, pen in hand.

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