MAFS star Olivia Frazer has broken her silence after the show wrapped up on Monday night, seeing her happily walk away with 'husband' Jackson Lonie.
Speaking to The Wash during a double date night with fellow controversial MAFS couple Carolina Santos and Daniel Holmes, Olivia spoke about how she "didn't expect" to be the show's villain and her surprise "regret".
When asked how she felt being voted the biggest villain of all nine seasons Olivia responded, "Not good. I absolutely didn't expect it. Everybody hated Domenica [Calarco] whilst filming."
The reality star was then pushed on how she felt watching the show back and whether she had any regrets, to which she surprisingly said, "Of course, absolutely. I regret opening my mouth 90 per cent of the time."
She added that she "absolutely" regrets sharing Dom's OnlyFans photo, saying, "I think it's important to know I wouldn't do it maliciously or anything like that – it's more that it was against our contracts [to be on OnlyFans and have open social media accounts].
"It wasn't just that picture, it was five different platforms [that Domenica had profiles on]."
Speaking about how it was wrong to share the image, she continued, "Of course, of course – it just felt so out of control at the time. It's like, 'That's not what I meant by doing that [sharing the picture]'."
She then shared a surprise revelation, "And that's 100 per cent not my character. I worked in sex shops throughout my entire 20s."
'I hate Olivia party'
Speaking about Domenica's viewing party on Sunday night where a number of MAFS stars wore T-shirts that read, "My body, my choice," Olivia described it as an "I hate Olivia party".
She told the gossip site, "I thought that was very mean, that just felt like a big 'I hate Olivia party'.
"I one hundred percent think they're taking a very poignant advocacy for women's rights, sexuality and things like that. They're twisting it to suit them, rather than make a point."
Domenica herself has slammed accusations the party was about Olivia, writing in a Facebook comment, "If people think this was a hate party for anyone, you're delusional."
"I was having an end-of-MAFS party with all of my family and friends," she added. "After so much has happened this whole scenario still triggers me and makes me upset which you can clearly see.
"I've owned all my wrongdoings, apologised, now I'm moving on, and went out with a bang."
'Very hard to watch'
Jackson told The Wash he and Olivia are doing "great" and he's "happy" he moved to the Central Coast to be with her.
However, he did say it was "very hard" watching how things played out on TV, saying, "It was very hard to watch the whole thing in general because we've lived it – and to watch them [producers] manipulate somebody like that was kind of heartbreaking."
Olivia added that she was upset with the producers, "They [producers] told me that they didn't even get the glass smashing footage on camera, saying, 'We missed it, we missed it.' They wanted to belittle my feelings.
Jackson also shared, "They also tried to make it bad... cause Liv was going to make a report. They said, 'If you do that, hundreds of people would lose their jobs.'"
She continued, "They told me that I could [make a report], but it was very like, 'We get this every season, Bec last year thought Bryce assaulted her [when he kissed her cheek without consent], blah blah blah'. They really tried to belittle my feelings about it.
"I think the whole lie about Domenica smashing the glass... I've seen the raw footage now, I know for a fact she didn't wave it in my face. I said that, once I calmed down, I said I knew she didn't try and stab me with it. And I said that, but they never showed [those scenes]. At the time, she did smash the glass, stood up and then threw the glass away – when you're in that position, you're terrified and it was like it was in slow mo."
'Wasn't a good time'
Speaking about the shock moment she was forced to call the police after people found her home and were yelling at her, Olivia said she was "terrified".
"I was terrified, it wasn't a good time," she said. "It's just a TV show, what's wrong with people."
"People are taking it a little bit too far," Jackson agreed.
Olivia added that she was given help by Channel Nine after the incident, "They sent security who were very prompt and sat outside all night. Look, it's unfortunate that I had to call them and use that resource – but it's a very good resource to have in the future.
"I'm kind of feeling safer now. I've stopped going out in public as much. I'm getting a lot of hate, but some love. Little old ladies have been coming up, giving me cuddles."
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