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Thousands Sign Petition Calling For Married At First Sight's Olivia To Be Investigated

Thousands Sign Petition Calling For Married At First Sight's Olivia To Be Investigated

The disgraced bride shared Dom's nudes from OnlyFans without her consent and people are not having it.

Thousands of Australians were fuming after watching last night's full-on episode of Married At First Sight and now they're calling for action.

Things kicked off when Olivia Frazer thought it would be a good idea to share nude pics of fellow MAFS bride Domenica Calarco from her OnlyFans account.

Her snakelike move went down like a lead balloon on the show and with viewers at home.

But Aussies are now taking it one step further by launching a Change.org petition to get Olivia punished.

The petition has already attracted more than 60,000 signatures after it was launched at 10pm last night (March 16).

This signatories are hoping the e-safety commissioner will kick of an investigation into Olivia's actions.

The e-safety commissioner is the nation's independent regulator for online safety, and is at the forefront of the fight against online abuse and harm in Australia.

They can formally penalise those involved in those engaged in online harm.

Fans of the show have taken to social media to lambast Olivia.

"Circulating someone's naked photographs, without their consent - and for malicious purposes - is revenge porn," Marieke Hardy wrote on Twitter.

Olivia Frazer on Married At First Sight.
Channel Nine

The Guardian's Matilda Boseley took aim at Nine directly, posting: "Oh so we are just actively profiting off a woman becoming the victim of revenge porn now? The producers are just going to actually do that?"

Other social media users have praised Dom's MAFS husband Jack, who not only knew about Dom's OnlyFans account but also didn't care about it.

When asked about it on the show, Jack replied: "Yes, I know. And I've no problem with that."

Another Twitter user pointed out Olivia's malicious intent by making Dom's OnlyFans account public knowledge.

They wrote: "Let’s not forget - the one thing no one knew was that Dom had already told Jack about her OnlyFans.

"This was 100 per cent a strategic, malicious attack - and an attempt by Olivia to publicly shock, humiliate and destroy Dom and Jack’s marriage. You failed."

Olivia's attempt at embarrassing Dom has also attracted a scathing review from OnlyFans creator Ashley Fletcher.

Fletcher called out Olivia for her poor form, calling 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 yesterday (16 March), Olivia said she regretted her actions.

She said: "Oh my god, it's disgusting. I feel so terrible that it came out like it was."

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."

A representative for Olivia Frazer declined to comment when approached by LADbible.

Featured Image Credit: Change.org/Nine

Topics: Married At First Sight, Australia, Sex and Relationships, TV and Film