Taking to Instagram on Tuesday, the 29-year-old OnlyFans creator spoke openly about her dating life, her ‘mystery man’ and moving on from Jackson in a candid Q&A.
Olivia first revealed that her new love interest is someone that she has known “for a long time” and they recently reconnected.
“I met him working in a restaurant when I was 21. I had such a crush. I used to work late to catch up with him,” she said.
While she refused to share his name, Yahoo Lifestyle can reveal that the mystery man is a well-known Australian athlete. It’s believed that Olivia is keeping his identity a secret for now so her public profile doesn’t impact his career.
A source told us: “They’ve known each other for years and used to be neighbours, but it’s only now they’re both single and finally exploring their connection. She’s told friends he is supportive of her doing OnlyFans but wouldn’t ever collaborate with her on content.”
Olivia admitted on her Instagram Story that the relationship is nothing too serious yet and they are simply “going with the flow”.
“It’s making me happy so I’m just going to enjoy it and not think too hard,” she said. “I’m just having fun”.
Elsewhere in the Q&A, one follower asked Olivia how she managed to put herself back in the dating game so soon after her recent breakup.
“Honestly, as I’ve gotten older, the quicker I move on from relationships. But that’s just me,” she wrote. “I’ve had to be so resilient so wallowing doesn’t suit me. I feel like I consciously took a big (for me) amount of time after Jackson to grieve it and put myself back out there.”
While Olivia received plenty of supportive comments about her new romance, others questioned why she was “jumping into a new relationship so quickly”.
“It’s been like six weeks,” she replied. “I’m 29, I know who I am as a woman and don’t need the validation. I’m also not in a relationship, I’m having fun and excited about it.”
A different follower later messaged her saying it was “very odd” that she was “madly in love love and then six weeks later happily dating”.
“Judge away,” she clapped back. “Personally, I’d get a life. But whatever. It’s your energy/negativity. Not mine.”
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