MARRIED At First Sight UK star George Roberts is looking for love again after joining dating app Bumble.
The reality TV star was arrested earlier this year for alleged controlling and coercive behaviour after marrying on-screen wife April Banbury on the E4 dating programme.
George, 40, has been spotted on the popular dating app Bumble, as he looks for a second chance at finding love after the failed show.
The star set up as profile on the site – which allows women to make the first move, and gives potential matches 24 hours to respond.
He writes on the profile, according to the MailOnline, that he’s “looking to share time with someone genuine with the same morals”.
The reality star also says he’s “happy to send or have a video call” in order to verify his identity with potential suitors.
George is seen wearing a very similar suit to the one he wore to marry April, 33, as part of his line-up of photos on Bumble.
It comes after his relationship with the former Ms Great Britain broke down when he was arrested for alleged controlling and coercive behaviour – but has continued to deny wrongdoing.
The Sun revealed police were investigating George after three of his ex-girlfriends raised concerns after seeing him on the show.
His three recent ex-girlfriends made independent complaints about his alleged “obsessive”, “manipulative” and “abusive” behaviour.
They were horrified that George was able to wed a stranger on the show, saying their claims were initially ignored.
George was selected by experts to take part in the current series of the show and wed ex Ms Great Britain April Banbury who he met at the altar for the first time.
However, April revealed she was single shortly after George’s arrest, telling her fans she was left with “trauma” from the show.
“The traumas that have been brought on from this show have made me re-evaluate things. I really have and I’m not ashamed to admit, I have been seeing a therapist ever since,” she said.
The star hit out that the “show ruined her life”, as she added: “No one should apply to take part until they put in place more stringent background checks.”
April said the couple broke up on August 15 after returning from a Spanish holiday, before his arrest.
She said: “When the show told me about The Sun story, they told me I needed to be there to support George.
“I felt like they silenced me when I wanted to speak. I feel totally let down. I have a welfare officer who is amazing, but it seemed like the production team couldn’t care less.
“It’s like, ‘Sorry your life has been ruined, here is a therapist, get over it, brush it under the carpet and move on’. I am angry.
“They put this man into my life. I did not choose to have this man — they chose him for me.”
Channel 4 insisted it was “untrue to suggest April was asked to take a position against her wishes, nor would we seek to silence her.”