In a pair of sneak-peek clips of the next week's Married at First Sight broadcast that aired during Tuesday night's Seven Year Switch, Tristan was shown sitting in an airport in complete bewilderment after his new wife, Mia, was taken away by police on the couple's way to Cancun, Mexico for their honeymoon.
"It has been 18 hours since Mia has been arrested, and still no one knows where she is," Tristan said. "It sucks just waiting and not understanding and not knowing what's going on. I'm scared for her."
Married at First Sight producer Eric Detwiler then met with Tristan in a hotel room to discuss the whole situation with Mia.
"I'm ready to see what the heck is going on," Tristan admitted in the first clip.
Eric sat down with Tristan and had a large manila envelope in his hands.
"We've talked throughout this process about being open with you about everything," the producer told the Season 7 cast member.
Tristan subtly agreed, and then Eric continued in the second clip, "We ran every background check possible -- the warrant, it was a shock to all of us."
Tristan shook his head no and then began playing with his wedding ring as if questioning whether he ever should have gotten married on this show.
"At all," Eric insisted.
While filming Married at First Sight's seventh season, Mia -- whose formal name is Ameea Bally -- was detained by Texas Department of Public Safety officers in Tarrant County, TX, on March 27 due to an arrest warrant that was issued in Louisiana on February 6, according to multiple media reports.
The felony warrant was issued for Mia's arrest after her former boyfriend Jared Evans filed four separate complaints with authorities in Louisiana.
The complaints alleged numerous stalking claims against Mia in the 13 months that followed the couple's December 2016 breakup, as well as her unauthorized use of Jared's "access card" to buy a new iPhone she alleged was a gift for him in December 2017.
Mia allegedly called, texted, and emailed her ex when he wanted to be left alone, according to the warrant, which was filed after police in Monroe, LA charged Mia with three counts of stalking and one count of unauthorized use of an access card.
Jared also claimed she would show up at his home and workplace uninvited -- including one time when officers were already there responding to his complaint.
Mia's last reported contact with her ex-boyfriend was on January 18, when she sent Jared an email looking to reconcile and get back together, according to the warrant document filed by Louisiana authorities.