In a recent Q&A, MAFS star Dom gave a much-awaited update on her case against Olivia Frazer – and she wasn’t too happy about it. 

MAFS star Dom has given a much-awaited update on her case against Olivia Frazer. Unfortunately, she’s not too happy with how it’s going, since the investigation seems to have come to a standstill due to Frazer’s alleged refusal to talk.

“The police are just still investigating it, which has gone on for a really long time. I did get a call two weeks ago from the police saying that at this stage, the investigation is stalled,” Dom said during the Q&A.

She then added that Frazer had been contacted during the course of the investigation, but had allegedly declined to talk: “Olivia was contacted and she obviously just didn’t want to talk, which is her legal right… And without that evidence, they can’t go any further with the complaint.”

“As of right now, I don’t think it will ever be closed. Unless someone comes forward with evidence and wants to talk, it’s at a standstill.” Dom added.

Tensions between Domenica and Olivia skyrocketed after the latter revealed the existence of Dom’s OnlyFans by sharing a nude picture that had initially been shared on the platform.

Frazer was heavily criticised for her actions, with Dom admitting shortly after that she’d struggled with PTSD following the incident. Some time later, however, Dom posted the image herself — in an interview with, she claimed it was in a bid to take power back.

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“The issue has never been about the distribution of the photo, it was the damage Olivia intended to cause by sharing it,” Dom told the publication at the time.

“Releasing it is a very Domenica way of taking back my power by going, ‘You know what, you wanted the photo, here you go. But guess what, you’re gonna have to pay for it.’”

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