The season nine bride said in an Instagram Story she would not reveal a specific figure, but claimed in her first five months she has made more than she would have in her first five years of teaching.
The entry-level salary for a teacher is around $70,000, meaning Olivia would have earned approximately $350,000 on OnlyFans judging by that figure.
"It took me 25 years to work out I wanted to be a teacher," she said. "I was ambitious and really f**king good at it. Now that's impossible, I'm stuck. I love OnlyFans but know that's not going to last forever.
"For now, I'm just going to pour so much love and energy into that, invest my money wisely and figure it out. Maybe fund some business that would allow me to be creative but I'm going to take my time and be smart."
Olivia had previously revealed she earned a whopping $10,000 in her first 12 hours on the adult subscription-based website and in an interview with So Dramatic! in June, the star claimed she had "already made more than Jess Power's best month", which is believed to be $200,000.
MAFS producers face struggle after X-rated 'controversy'
Although the ‘controversial’ reality show is one of Channel Nine's biggest shows, Yahoo Lifestyle can reveal that bosses are finding it hard to sell advertisements and partnerships.
According to a source, the network is missing out on revenue, as the show is “too controversial for many family-friendly brands to be associated with”.
“The ratings may be great but many big brands don’t want to go near Married At First Sight as it’s too controversial and doesn’t align with their values as a business," the source says.
“The growing, and highly publicised, trend of past participants turning to porn and sex work is one of the main reasons many family-friendly brands are staying clear.”
Another source adds: “What was once a show about people finding love is now seen by most Australians as a stepping stone into sex work.”
When asked for comment, Channel Nine denied the claims and labelled them as "utterly baseless".
The stars have been open about how much they’ve earned on the platform, with Jessika pulling in an estimated $200,000 on her biggest month, and Hayley earning roughly $600,000 a year.
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