How Married at First Sight star Harrison Boon had cops ban a woman, 30, from going anywhere near him after she destroyed property – but after the incident the TV bad boy boasted: ‘I like my Tinder matches to fight ‘Hunger Games style’
- Harrison Boon, 33, married Bronte Schofield, 28, on MAFS
- In 2021, cops took an AVO out against a woman on his behalf
- The woman, 30, was charged with damaging property
- Later, Boon spoke candidly on Instagram about his Tinder matches
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Married At First Sight bad boy Harrison Boon went to police over fears for his safety before he became a reality TV star.
Boon, 33, made his television debut on Tuesday night when he married Bronte Schofield, 28, on the hit Channel Nine show.
The Sydney-based builder and part-time stripper opened up about his life in the first episode of season 10.
He lamented only being allowed to see his son every second weekend, and said his days as a promiscuous bachelor were over.
However, it can now be revealed police took out a restraining order against a woman for his protection in 2021.
Harrison Boon married Bronte Schofield (pictured) on Channel Nine reality show, Married At First Sight
Boon was living and working in Merimbula, on the NSW south coast, when police took out an apprehended violence order against a 30-year-old woman.
According to records filed in Bega Local Court, she banned from threatening, stalking, harassing, or intimidating him, or destroy any of his property, for a period of two years.
She was also banned from going within 50 metres of any where Boon lived or worked.
Records also showed police filed a second restraining order against her on the same day, on behalf of another man.
The woman was charged with destroy or damage property worth less than $2000.
She pleaded guilty and was sentenced to a two-year conditional release order, without a conviction.
Harrison Boon (pictured) is a part-time stripper. He was living and working in Merimbula when police took out an apprehended violence order against a woman on his behalf
Two weeks after the AVO was mentioned in court, Boon spoke candidly about his love life on Instagram (pictured)
Boon did not want to comment when approached by Daily Mail Australia on Wednesday.
However, two weeks after the AVO was mentioned in court, Boon spoke candidly about his love life on Instagram.
‘Sometimes I start a group chat with my Tinder matches and just sit there watching them fight it out Hunger Games style till there’s only one left then I take her on a date,’ he wrote, alongside a photo of him at a national park.
‘I’m convinced nobody reads these captions anymore so I’m just using this as a safe space now.’
Boon’s wedding to Ms Schofield on Tuesday night didn’t exactly go as planned, after the bride’s girlfriend Jessica Tomlinson told her the groom had a ‘secret girlfriend’ waiting for him outside the show.
Harrison Boon (pictured) pledged to leave his life as a promiscuous bachelor behind him and take his experimental marriage seriously
The newlyweds spent their first night sleeping in separate beds, before they had a frosty confrontation in the living room of their hotel suite.
‘I think parts of me, before this experience, has kind of like, followed me into it. And I had a little bit of explaining to do,’ he told producers.
‘It’s just shame that it got brought to light in such a negative way on my wedding day, because even though I was seeing someone before coming into this… I have made it perfectly clear that person that things are over.’
Ms Schofield explained it was her ‘biggest fear’ that she’d find love in the experiment, only for him to ‘replace’ her with another woman waiting in the wings.
However, he assured her his days as a bachelor were over and that he was taking their experimental marriage ‘seriously’.