MAFS villain Olivia Frazer has officially launched her OnlyFans account and teased some saucy content with her boyfriend, Jackson Leonie.
Olivia’s new account doesn’t offer any previews for potential subscribers and currently has 72 ‘likes’, but the number of subscribers isn’t shown. Olivia is charging subscribers $14.99 per month, which is considerably more than her on-screen rival and co-star Domenica Calarco, who is charging a monthly subscription fee of $10.99.
“I’ll start with lingerie photos and videos and then some couple photos with Jackson because he wants to make his OnlyFans debut!” Olivia told Daily Mail Australia of the content she’ll be posting.
Olivia announced the news of her OF account on her Instagram stories. The reality star posted a video showing her face close up, and eventually raising her eyebrows at the camera. “O F by Olive Frazer is live,” she captioned the clip.
Domenica launcher her account on Monday, telling her followers last night that she would be reopening it in an Instagram story. “Jokes on them because my OnlyFans account was always there. It just wasn’t active,” she wrote on her story and included a link to her OF account.
ICYMI, Domenica and Olivia repeatedly locked horns throughout the season, and the latter uncovered a photo of Domenica from her OnlyFans and circulated it around the cast. Dom was told at a filmed dinner party in front of the entire group. She stressed that she wasn’t upset about the old photo being unearthed but rather how the topic was breached to her. However, her account was deactivated by the time the show went to air.
At the time, Frazer denied that she shared Calarco’s photo in a move to “shame” her and has since said that she’s “never had a problem with OnlyFans”.
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Olivia added, “My personality is one that’s more likely to embrace OnlyFans and have an account than it is to ever shame someone [for having one].”
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