The MAFS x OnlyFans scandal may have screened months ago, but shocking details are still emerging in regards to the scandal. The incident saw Olivia admit to sharing racy photos with fellow cast members of co-star Dom that she found on her OnlyFans account.

However, a source that contacted So Dramatic! podcast has revealed that the aforementioned photo, along with five others of Dom, with her husband – who wasn’t on the cast of the TV show.

“Olivia shared ‘that photo’ and a further five of Dom to more [people] than the MAFS group,” the source said.

“My husband saw it because a guy he works with is a close friend of Jackson and Olivia had sent these OnlyFans photos to Jackson’s mates.”

Information about the sharing of the photos has been passed on to the police and is currently under investigation.

Dom only found out that other cast members had seen the photo when it was revealed to her at a televised dinner party. Dom wasn’t upset about the fact that photo had been uncovered, but rather that none of the fellow cast members, who she considered herself friends with, came to her directly to let her know the photo was circulating.

When the incident played out on Australian TV scenes, Olivia was convinced that she hadn’t done anything wrong and has doubled down on that sentiment in interviews that have taken place since the finale aired.

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“I don’t see anything wrong with OnlyFans,” she said during an interview on with KIIS FM’s The Kyle and Jackie O Show. “I didn’t send the photo to everybody, I sent it to Selina.”

She added on Mamamia’s No Filter podcast: “The whole storyline looks like I’m out for revenge and a malicious person, and I’m not. I had the dumb luck of being the cast member who was sent the [photo],” she said. “Everybody who was in the room has stuck up for me and said it wasn’t shared maliciously.”

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