Reality star Olivia Frazer has taken to her Instagram stories to lift the lid on some MAFS production secrets, telling her followers about the strict contract’s participants are forced to sign as part of the show.

Olivia held an Instagram live while sipping wine, during which she said all contestants must sign a contract with the show’s production company, Endemol Shine before they begin filming. The reality star said the contracts state that contestants may receive an “unfavourable” edit.

“You literally sign a contract, you sign a contract and it’s something like, word for word, Endemol shine, which is the production company, that makes MAFS, ‘Endemol shine may present you in an unfavourable way, this may affect how you are treated by your friends, family, co-workers etc’… sign on the dotted line, sign your life away, sign your soul away,” she said.

@thedailytearoom Olivia on a drunken night after breakup rumors….going on and on about everything. thoughts? #marriedatfirstsightuk #mafs2022 #mafs #fyp #mafsaustralia #maf #mafsau #marriedatfirstsightaustrailia #marriedatfirstsight #mafsa #marriedatfirstsightau #marriedatfirstsightaustralia ♬ original sound – The Daily Tea☕

During the same Live, Olivia revealed that people had shown her uncle naked photos of her that her been sourced from her OnlyFans account.

“This is fucked, but somebody showed my uncle one of my OnlyFans pictures at a business dinner. It’s like people are sick. People are fucking sick. Who’s like, ‘Hey, you’re Olivia from MAFS uncle, hey wanna see a picture of her naked?'” She said.

During the recording, Olivia acknowledged that she was drinking wine while answering questions.

She read out a question from a fan that said, “Drinking wine and bringing others down on your own Live”, and responded with; “Who am I bringing down, dumb fuck?”

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Olivia and her on-screen husband and post-show boyfriend, Jackson Lonie, announced that they had split after ten months together earlier this week.

“After a wonderful 10 months together we have decided to go our separate ways. There has always been a lot of love in our relationship and there will continue to be as we transition into a friendship,” both reality stars wrote in a statement on their respective Instagram accounts.

It continued, “We have nothing but love and respect for one another, and no one is to blame for the end of this relationship. Simply a case of ‘almost perfect’. We hope you all can please show compassion as we navigate this privately.”

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