MAFS Australia Bride Olivia Says She Was Terrorised By Fans Who Rocked Up To Her House
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Married At First Sight contestant Olivia Frazer has revealed the scary side of reality TV.
The bride shared a video on social media detailing how crazed fans found her home address and turned up at her house to spray her with verbal abuse.
“While you guys are all having awesome nights, I’m here with [my cat] Bert who’s having a tantrum and some lunatics have just pulled up outside my home — don’t know how they got my address — and have screamed that I’m a c**t, I’m a rat and that I should die in a hole,” Frazer said in the video.
“And so I’ve called my mum, I’ve called, I’ve called the police, I’ve called Channel Nine security.
“Great, I can barely go out in public and now I can’t even chill at home. Like what the f**k do people want from me?”
The video, shared to social media, has had a mixed response.
Some have expressed concern over her continued harassment, while others say Frazer is getting what she deserves.
One person said: “It’s called karma honey. I know what I want: an apology for Dom."
Another added: “Home alone? Any proof? Or just another one of her vindictive lies so she can play victim."
A third wrote: “Starts with an apology."
Others were able to separate actual reality from reality TV, sharing their disgust at those stalking Frazer.
One of Olivia's supporters commented, saying: "Geez, that’s terrible are people that deranged and bored in life that they have to go find and harass reality stars."
Another fan highlighted: "MAFS is a highly edited show and whether or not she said those things to Dom herself or was told to say that by producers, she doesn’t deserve to be treated like a shit human with people swearing and screaming in front of her home or on social media."
Channel Nine has commented on the incident, claiming it takes the 'health and wellbeing of the participants of this program extremely seriously'.
“All participants have access to the show psychologist during filming, during broadcast and once the program has ended," Nine said to Pedestrian.
"Nine also have an additional service for participants should they like or need further individual and confidential psychological support... [and] is available to all participants for as long as they need it, it does not end.”
Despite Nine's claims the wellbeing of all involved is its highest priority, Frazer has lambasted MAFS producers for 'blindsiding' her with manipulation tactics and a bad edit.
The controversial MAFS bride also revealed she has lost her job after the show aired.
Frazer copped extreme backlash during the latest season, after she shared nude photos of fellow contestant Domenica Calarco's OnlyFans account without her consent.
But, after all this, if you want to take part in the next season Nine are hunting for new contestants. Yay.