Olivia Frazer has the last laugh: MAFS ‘villain’ signs media deal after rival bride Domenica Calarco landed her own Nine web series – as police probe into OnlyFans scandal ‘stalls’
As the old saying goes, ‘Anything you can do, I can do better.’
And that seems to be Olivia Frazer‘s philosophy when it comes to her feud with rival Married At First Sight bride Domenica Calarco.
Not only has the 29-year-old former teaching assistant followed Domenica into OnlyFans game – where she is making a killing – but she has now just signed a deal with a media outlet to offer commentary on the new season of MAFS.
Former MAFS ‘villain’ Olivia Frazer is having the last laugh after signing a deal with Yahoo Lifestyle to offer commentary on the new season
Olivia has partnered with Yahoo Lifestyle to make a series of videos about the tenth season of MAFS, with the first installment dropping on Saturday.
It comes months after Dom signed with Nine Entertainment to film a web series for Nine.com.au called ‘Dom’s Debrief’ in which she interviewed former contestants.
The Yahoo deal isn’t the only bit of good news Olivia has received recently.
It comes months after Olivia’s MAFS rival Domenica Calarco (pictured) signed with Channel Nine to film a web series called ‘Dom’s Debrief’ in which she interviewed former contestants
It was revealed last week NSW Police had effectively ended its investigation into Olivia’s role in the OnlyFans scandal that rocked MAFS last year without any charges being laid.
Domenica, 29, said on Tuesday the case against her former co-star had ‘stalled’ because Olivia and other parties exercised their legal right not to talk to police, meaning there was no fresh evidence to go on.
‘I did get a call two weeks ago from the police [telling me] at this stage in the investigation it has kind of stalled because Olivia was contacted and she didn’t want to talk, which is her legal right,’ she said.
The Yahoo deal isn’t the only bit of good news Olivia has received recently, as it was revealed last week NSW Police had effectively ended its investigation into her role in the OnlyFans scandal that rocked MAFS last year without any charges being laid
The police probe began in March last year after Domenica reported Olivia to her local cop shop for allegedly distributing her naked photo among the MAFS cast, with some viewers likening her actions to ‘revenge porn’.
Olivia had allegedly asked her friends to ‘dig up dirt’ on Dom, which resulted in the discovery of a nude photo she had posted on Twitter and Reddit to promote her OnlyFans.
The photo quickly spread through the MAFS cast via WhatsApp, and was addressed at the first dinner party following the couples’ retreat.
Dom said on Tuesday the case against her former co-star had ‘stalled’ because Olivia and other parties exercised their legal right not to talk to police, meaning there was no evidence to go on
Domenica was humiliated to learn her co-stars knew about her OnlyFans account and had seen her naked, and eventually broke down in tears.
Olivia refused to apologise for discovering and sharing the photo.
While the distribution of the image was described by some viewers on Twitter at the time as ‘revenge porn’, it does not appear to meet this legal definition because the nude photo was posted publicly on social media by Dom for promotional purposes.