MAFS star Domenica has weighed in on her co-star Olivia’s comments saying she is “more hated than Vladimir Putin.”

“God, please. The fact that she said that she’s more hated than Putin. Bitch, you’re not that important,” Domenica told Yahoo during an interview.

She added, “Seriously, next week people are going to actually forget about you because you were horrible, and in their minds, they’re not going to remember you for two seconds,” she said.

“That’s what happens with people who have no morality and no sense of empathy.”

Olivia made the jarring comment earlier this week during an interview on HIT Network‘s Hughesy, Ed and Erin.

During the chat, Frazer referenced a petition that’s been floating around the internet that’s calling for “the e-safety commissioner” to “immediately take action against Olivia Frazer” for circulating a racy picture of co-star Domenica Calarco.

“More people have signed a petition to have me arrested… than to end the war in Ukraine,” Frazer told the hosts of the circulating petition. “In Australia, I feel like I’m more hated than Vladimir Putin.”

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However, Olivia’s claims are unfounded, her petition received 123,930 signatures, whereas one of the petitions against Putin has received over 1.43 million signatures.

Throughout season nine of the hit show Married At First Sight, Frazer has repeatedly found herself in the middle of explosive situations. She was first unofficially awarded the villain title after ridiculing Calarco over her “annoying” voice and then embellishing a story about the confrontation between the two TV wives.

Shortly after that event, Frazer admitted to finding a risque picture of Calarco that was used to promote her OnlyFans account, and sharing it with other participants in the MAFS experiment.

During the same interview, Frazer was asked whether the public backlash – that’s come from her appearance on the reality show – has affected her livelihood.

“Yeah, look. I’ve already lost my job as a direct result of this show,” Frazer admitted, but wouldn’t go into any further detail.

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