According to the Daily Mail, Victorian Police was forced to intervene the hateful Facebook page garnered attention.
An exact number has yet to be confirmed, but apparently "thousands" of internet trolls claimed they were 'attending' the event, located around the corner from where Ines was staying in Melbourne, celebrating her birthday.
Since police intervened, Facebook has removed the event from its website. Channel 9 which hosts MAFS have yet to make a comment on the report.
Ines was portrayed absolutely horribly on the show, but it's important to take note that this incident has come after fellow bride Lauren Huntriss reveald just how maniulative the editing is.
Let's not forget that the entire show may be fake anyway, with half the cast knowing each other before it even aired.
Ines was asked if she regretted her experience on the show when she decided to leave.
"I think regret's a really powerful word," she told Honey. "It causes people depression. And it causes people to be incapable of moving forwards in life. Obviously, we still have times in life when the transitions are very painful and sometimes you want to suppress them or you want to deny them. But everything we do in life I think is for our own personal growth. There's so much to learn from."
Hopefully, Ines recovers from this awful news.
Watch below... Davina warns current MAFS villain Ines: