She added how the warehouse where the dinner parties and reunion special was filmed had no air-conditioning, with producers lighting fires in the room for ambiance, despite her and the others feeling dizzy and sick.
"It was 40 degrees in an uninsulated warehouse and it was so hot that Chris [Nicholls] got pulled off-set because he had sweated through his whole shirt and needed a dry one," she revealed. "It was so f***ing hot I split the seam in my $1,000 dress because the beading and silk were literally wet from sweat."
"I was screaming at them to get the fans. I was literally eating icy polls and trying to cool my body down in the freezer. It's just absolutely f***ed and it's not right."
Even worse than the heat was the food situation, which Natasha explains was atrocious.
"They give you fried rice that has been sitting around for god knows how long. I am gluten-free and they never served gluten-free food so I used to have to go down and get chips from the vending machine," she revealed. "There was even one night where Vanessa [Romito] got fed nothing because they had forgotten about her food intolerances."
It comes after her fellow bride Mishel Karen said that they "didn't have any human rights" while filming the show.
"We were sleep-deprived, we had everything we owned taken from us, we were spoken to like pieces of sh*t," she said to The Daily Telegraph.
Natasha and her-husband Mikey Pembroke seemingly left the show on amicable terms, but it was later discovered that Natasha was asked to leave because of her mental health.
However, she revealed to WHO that they needed her back for the reunion episode because the show was lacking drama.
"They told me to leave the show because of my mental health and told me not to go to the girls' night because of my mental health, but when they had absolutely nothing for the reunion except the Mikey and Stacey drama, I was suddenly allowed back."