Married At First Sight’s Olivia Frazer sends a powerful message to her haters as she confirms she’s still dating ‘husband’ Jackson Lonie… after being unfairly portrayed as the villain
As the old saying goes, ‘Living well is the best revenge.’
And Olivia Frazer is embodying that positive spirit as she moves on from her traumatic experience on Married At First Sight Australia.
The teaching student, 28, who was unfairly portrayed as the villain on this year’s season, shared a post on Instagram on Wednesday about putting bitterness aside.
Classy: Olivia Frazer, who was unfairly portrayed as the villain on this year’s season of Married At First Sight, shared a post on Instagram on Wednesday about putting bitterness aside
Survivor: She posed with a cocktail in hand while enjoying an afternoon drink in a courtyard, and wrote, ‘Cheers to getting better and not staying bitter’
She posed with a cocktail in hand while enjoying an afternoon drink in a courtyard, and wrote: ‘Cheers to getting better and not staying bitter.’
Olivia also shared a video on her Stories of herself and boyfriend Jackson Lonie smiling at a harbourside venue overlooking the city.
Confirming they are still together despite their sometimes rocky journey on MAFS, she captioned the clip: ‘Happy honeys @jacklonie1.’
Olivia, from the Central Coast, was labelled public enemy No. 1 on this year’s season of MAFS after her feud with rival bride Domenica Calarco.
Domenica was given a sympathetic edit after being outed as an OnlyFans model by Olivia, who in turn was portrayed as mean-spirited and vindictive.
However, sources have confirmed to Daily Mail Australia this did not tell the full story.
Earlier this one, of the show’s participants broke ranks to say Domenica’s behaviour during filming was just as bad as Olivia’s.
Cody Bromley said the feud between the warring brides could ‘easily’ have been edited to make Domenica the villain, adding that there were no heroes or villains’.
‘It’s a shame. The edit could have gone either way with the whole Domenica and Olivia thing,’ he said.
‘[The edit] could have easily made Dom look like the villain and Liv look like the hero, but it didn’t pan out like that.’
‘It’s just a shame to see that there is that divide and a lot of people being nasty.’
‘I’m not gonna sit here and say Liv didn’t say those things [about Domenica], but Dom also said a lot of things like that,’ he added.
‘She referred to the lot of us as “a pack of c**ts” for half of the experiment and said some nasty things as well. Like it sort of weighs up. It’s purely it comes down to edit.’
The MAFS stars are expected to share more behind-the-scenes details about the show in the coming weeks after producers returned their Instagram accounts, which had been strictly monitored for the last few months.