Married at First Sight star Meka Jones insists Michael Watson's alleged sex ultimatum wasn't a misunderstanding and it erased all her trust in their relationship.

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On Married at First Sight's currently-airing tenth season, Meka alleged Michael had attempted to put a time limit on consummating their marriage while flying to their honeymoon in Panama.

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"I'm pissed because on the plane, we had a conversation and Michael literally gave me an ultimatum and said if we don't have sex on our honeymoon then he won't want to be in this marriage," Meka told the cameras.

Meka discussed the scene with host Jamie Otis on Wednesday night's episode of Married at First Sight: Unfiltered and claimed of Michael, "He meant what he said."

"I don't think it was miscommunication at all," Meka insisted.

Meka was shown confronting Michael on the show and accusing him of being a different person -- one who's not patient or authentic -- when camera's weren't rolling. She feared the MAFS experts had matched her with the man Michael portrayed himself to be rather than the man he really is.

Michael claimed he was just trying to be straightforward about his expectations for intimacy to avoid tension or issues in the future, but he didn't confirm or deny whether he had actually given his wife an ultimatum.

Meka admitted watching her conversation with Michael on TV got her "angry all over again."

"It makes me upset because he literally would say something off camera, and then on-camera, he'd be like, 'No, I meant [something else].' The two things he would say on and off camera would contradict each other directly -- 100 percent, no doubt," Meka insisted.

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After Meka confronted Michael but things were left unresolved, he suggested they sleep in separate hotel rooms for the first night of their honeymoon in Panama.

When Jamie asked Meka if she would have preferred Michael stay in the room and try to work things out that night, Meka revealed, "No, it was absolutely the right thing for him to leave."
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"I did not want to be around him, at all," she added.

Meka was joined by two other Married at First Sight tenth-season brides, Jessica Studer and Mindy Shiben, on the Unfiltered broadcast, and the girls offered their thoughts on the argument.

"I mean, [Meka] was pretty calm in that clip too," Jessica noted.

"Really calm," Jamie agreed.

"I would not be okay with that," Jessica shared.

"I'd be like, 'What?!'" Jamie yelled, throwing her arms around. "Why now?! What?!"

"[I'd be like], 'Well, if you're saying we have to do this on the honeymoon, then, no. It's not going to happen now,'" Jessica said with attitude.

"For sure," Jamie noted.

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"Right, exactly!" Meka agreed.

"If there was a chance of it happening, now there's no chance," Jessica continued.

"Exactly," Jamie said.

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And Mindy chimed in, "That is unacceptable, like, for anyone to put a timestamp on sex. That's really not cool for him to start out your marriage like that!"

Jamie then asked Meka whether she felt she could trust Michael again after he allegedly demanded they sleep together on their honeymoon or else.

"Absolutely not," Meka sternly replied.

"One of my biggest concerns was that I would let my trust issues get in the way of a good man, so I was very cognizant of that. I truly believe I came into this open and giving him trust."

But Meka said multiple factors led to her putting up walls, including how Michael had admitted on their wedding day he once emotionally cheated on a woman.

"You emotionally cheated on somebody else, my guard goes up. And then when you show a different side of yourself on and off camera, my guard is completely up right now," Meka explained.

"I'm not saying that this [marriage] is not going to work and I'm not saying my guard won't be let down, but right now, I have to protect myself."

Jamie therefore asked Meka what Michael would need to do in order for their relationship to work.

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"I need Michael to be 100 percent open and transparent on and off camera as of right now," Meka revealed.

Meka, however, was hopeful at the time of filming trust could eventually be restored in her arranged marriage.

"I'm definitely hopeful that I can build trust back because the thing about being married at first sight is that you don't have anything to go off of," Meka said.

"It's not like, 'Oh, we were dating for three years and he just destroyed my trust after all that time.' We had just met, so right now it's hard and the trust is gone, but I have every intention of being able to build that back up with Michael."

The latest episode of Married at First Sight showed Michael and Meka agreeing to work on things and attempting to put the argument behind them, but Meka was far from comfortable around her husband and she thought he had a lot to prove.

Married at First Sight is currently airing on Wednesday nights at 8PM ET/PT on Lifetime.

The series also stars Mindy's husband Zach Justice and Jessica's husband Austin Hurd as well as Katie Conrad and Derek Sherman and Taylor Dunklin and Brandon Reid.

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