MAFS favourite Domenica Calarco is having the last laugh on rival Olivia Frazer, releasing the infamous intimate OnlyFans image that was once weaponised against her. 

In one of the most controversial moments in the reality show’s history, Olivia outed her co-star for having an OnlyFans account, an act that has been severely criticised ever since. Domenica even suffered from PTSD after her rough time on the show.

Domenica has now reclaimed the power of the picture by releasing the picture on her restarted OnlyFans account.

The picture, which she also recreated for, sees Domenica lying naked on a bed, staring cheekily upwards in a striking pose. She told the publication that she’s turning the sorry situation into a positive.

“The issue has never been about the distribution of the photo, it was the damage Olivia intended to cause by sharing it,” she explained.

“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’. Everyone wanted to know what all this bulls**t was about – well you can see it for yourselves now.”

According to Domenica, her relaunched OnlyFans account won’t be entirely filled with sexy snaps, and will feature things like makeup tutorials (she’s a professional makeup artist after all) and workout videos.

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“I enjoy sharing different parts of my life,” she said. “Of course, there will still be some fun content on there that I am sure men will want to subscribe for, but it’s not going to be a place that is purely for adult content.”

If you want to hear Domenica discuss the infamous OnlyFans image in more detail, she’s set to do so on the new episode of her podcast, which arrives later today. Otherwise head to her new OnlyFans account here.

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