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Married At First Sight Australia star Olivia Frazer has seemingly attracted criticism from everyone in Australia following last night's hectic episode.
Social media lit up when the bride circulated nude photos taken from fellow contestant Domenica Calarco‘s OnlyFans account.
The attempt to embarrass her rival massively backfired and Aussies have called her out for slut shaming Dom.
So all these assholes think revenge porn is funny?! And now they're protecting Olivia 🤯 Get absolutely fucked all of you, you're disgusting. Also sharing Only Fans content without consent is illegal. I hope Dom presses charges. #MAFSAustralia #MAFSAU— Rebecca (@BexualFeeling) March 16, 2022
I think Only Fans need to stand up for their creators. Olivia Frazer and MAFS have broken TOS and Privacy Laws and let’s also add Revenge Porn. Dom never gave Olivia permission to use her photos. She signed up and stole personal property. Disgusting #MAFSAustralia #MAFSAUS pic.twitter.com/SHawdkumwD— ZZ 🇦🇺 (@ZZPease) March 16, 2022
But it's not only viewers who are in a tizzy over the leaked snaps.
OnlyFans creator Ashley Fletcher has gone on the record to slam Olivia in an interview with The Wash.
"How are we still shaming women for showing their bodies? I’m not sure why they are making a big deal out of it," Fletcher said.
The OnlyFans creator called Olivia's move as 'absolutely horrific and very high school'.
"Women are finally taking back their power after many years of men sending around nudes illegally," Fletcher said.
"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."
MAFS is filmed in Sydney, and, according to NSW's Crimes Act, Olivia's move could be considered a crime under the 'Revenge Porn, or Recording and Distributing Intimate Images' section (Division 15C for those of you playing at home).
Fletcher also noted that 'if [MAFS contestant] Dom is confident in the photo, it’s no one’s business but her own'.
Although Olivia claimed her 'friends' had googled Dom and discovered the nudes, you can't actually access an OnlyFans account without a paid subscription, so there's that little lie debunked.
Fletcher then turned on Channel Nine and asked the question all of us keep thinking every time a new season begins: Why is this show still on the air?
"Why is it OK for Mitch to have his bare a** out on national television and it be glorified, but a photo of a woman she shared privately is classed as a scandal?" she said.
"The double standards being played over again in society are getting tiring. It’s revenge porn. It’s illegal. It shouldn’t be aired.”
Regardless of Fletcher's opinion, Olivia didn't seem overly fazed by the drama.
"I don't think I regret sharing the information about Dom's OnlyFans," Olivia later told MAFS producers, before adding 'she kind of deserves it'.
Dom, however, had an incredibly different opinion on the matter.
As you would, if someone took your naked pictures without your consent and shared them with the people you work with.
"I think it's disgusting. I think it's disgraceful," Dom told Nine.
"Sourcing an image and then circulating it to a group of people, that to me shows intent and malice.
"And if she [Olivia] can't see that, I don't know what the hell is wrong with her."
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