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MAFS’ Melinda and Layton are torn apart by the cruel couple swap task as he refuses to return to their apartment after she spent the night with Harrison

Emotions were running high on Tuesday’s episode of Married At First Sight when Layton Mills refused to move back in with his wife Melinda Willis.

The biotech CEO, 35, felt betrayed by his wife because she refused to boycott the controversial couple-swap task, in which the pair was instructed to switch partners with rival couple Harrison Boon and Bronte Schofield.

Melinda, 33, agreed to let Harrison, 32, move into their apartment to live for a weekend. Meanwhile, Layton reluctantly agreed to do some tasks with Bronte but refused to sleep in the same apartment out of principle.

After three days apart, a furious Layton refused to return to the couple’s suite because he felt Melinda hadn’t supported his decision.

Frustrated by the stalemate, Melinda stormed over to Layton’s apartment to confront him.

Emotions were running high on Tuesday's episode of Married At First Sight when Layton Mills refused to move back in with his wife Melinda Willis (pictured)

Emotions were running high on Tuesday’s episode of Married At First Sight when Layton Mills refused to move back in with his wife Melinda Willis (pictured) 

‘I’m hurt. I’ve been scared all these three days and worried about what is going to happen and how I can let you know that I was there for you,’ she explained.

‘I was so upset and angry at you for three days. My heart is breaking and then to have someone come in and says, “Mel, sorry, Layton is not coming back.”‘

Layton explained he ‘felt attacked’ when Melinda agreed to do the couple swap with Harrison even though he was not comfortable with it.

‘I have backed you every step of the way in this experiment,’ he added.

The biotech CEO, 35, felt betrayed by his wife because she refused to boycott the controversial couple-swap task, which saw the pair instructed to switch partners with Harrison Boon and Bronte Schofield. After three days apart, a furious Layton refused to return to the couple's suite because he felt Melinda hadn't supported his decision, forcing her to confront him

The biotech CEO, 35, felt betrayed by his wife because she refused to boycott the controversial couple-swap task, which saw the pair instructed to switch partners with Harrison Boon and Bronte Schofield. After three days apart, a furious Layton refused to return to the couple’s suite because he felt Melinda hadn’t supported his decision, forcing her to confront him

Melinda said she cared about Layton ‘so much’ but feared he no longer felt the same way about her just because she did what the experts asked of them. 

‘You know how much I care about you. I didn’t want to live with Bronte and I didn’t feel supported,’ he replied.

Melinda said: ‘I didn’t want to attack you or change your mind. I just wanted to make sure you had different perspectives.’

After spending the night apart, Layton return to the apartment the following day and the couple agreed to continue working on their relationship.

Married At First Sight continues Wednesday at 7.30pm on Channel Nine

'I'm hurt. I've been scared all these three days and worried about what is going to happen and how I can let you know that I was there for you,' Melinda said

‘I’m hurt. I’ve been scared all these three days and worried about what is going to happen and how I can let you know that I was there for you,’ Melinda said 

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