Natasha, who is in her early 30s, explained that she was just going on dates and trying to make new friends, adding “there’s nothing shameful about that”.
She said: “Both of the times I went out were people that I met on the internet.
“One time, I met for three hours and we went to Cork and the next time I met with one guy near the house for about 30 minutes.
“They just reached out to meet me and the first one knew I wanted to go sightseeing so he took me out but we didn’t have any intentions to build a relationship.
“The second one was also just to meet each other and to get to know each other.
“We were talking about going on a date though.
“But there were never a couple of men in one day. I’m allowed to have a personal life.
“There’s nothing shameful about that. I’m a young, healthy, single woman.”
Speaking to the Sunday Mirror, Natasha said she now thinks that refugees and hosts should be properly matched to avoid situations like her own.
She said: “I’m sure that there are families who took in Ukrainians and it all went well.”
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But speaking to Tipp FM, Helen said: “She started talking about wanting to go on dates with men from the Friday after she arrived.”My one big rule in my house is that no other people come into my house.
“I had kind of made up my mind that she wasn’t a good fit for my family.
“I rang my neighbour who told me she saw her get into a car in the afternoon and then another one in the morning.
“I confronted her and told her that she had to pack her things and go, that she’d been meeting men for money at our front gate and her answer was, ‘I didn’t bring them in the house, I didn’t break the rules.'”