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New South Wales Police have confirmed they have started an investigation into Olivia Frazer from Married At First Sight Australia.
The reality TV star bride caused all sorts of drama last week when she leaked one of her co-star's OnlyFans images without Domenica Calarco's consent, claiming the picture was found on social media.
It was a shady, bold move to embarrass Dom that sparked outrage across Australia and completely backfired against Olivia.
Now, it's been revealed that NSW Police have launched an enquiry into the matter to see if any laws were broken.
News Corp reports an official complaint was made on March 19 to officers at the Inner West Police area command about the 'alleged distribution of an image without consent in late 2021'.
Channel 9 said in a statement to LADbible: "Nine and Endemol Shine takes its obligations in respect to the safety, health and wellbeing of the participants of this program extremely seriously. We would always cooperate with any police matter."
Olivia's actions saw a Change.org petition launched to get the E-Safety Commissioner to also investigate the situation.
More than 123,000 people have since signed the online campaign, however the Commissioner's Office revealed that it 'can only investigate matters reported by the person affected or their nominated representative'.
The person who started the petition got in contact with Domenica, who later revealed that she was 'currently in the process of obtaining legal advice'. The MAFS star also asked the campaign organisers 'to keep the petition and momentum going for the time being'.
People in Australia can face fines of up to $111,000 for posting or threatening to post someone's intimate images.
New revenge porn laws were revealed in November last year, according to news.com.au, to help protect the community from those who try to embarrass or shame someone.
Not only did Olivia's leaking of Dom's nude spark outrage amongst viewers, but it also attracted a pretty scathing review from the creator of OnlyFans.
Ashley Fletcher called out Olivia for her poor form, saying it 'absolutely horrific and very high school'.
"Women are finally taking back their power after many years of men sending around nudes illegally," Fletcher said in an interview with The Wash.
"It's a betrayal of trust that women have each others back, no matter what. I hope she can seek legal advice after the show."
Speaking on KIIS 106.5's Kyle and Jackie O show last week, Olivia said she regretted her actions.
"Oh my god, it's disgusting. I feel so terrible that it came out like it was," she said.
Olivia's husband Jackson Lonie also told the radio show that Olivia was received abuse following the episode.
He said: "If people actually want to come and get to know us I'm more than happy to have a beer with them and sit down have a chat and you know, go through everything that we've been through.
"The abuse needs to stop. It's pretty upsetting."