MAFS' Olivia opens up about trusting Jackson after cheating scandal
Married At First Sight star Olivia Frazer has shared an insight into the current state of her relationship with Jackson Lonie after he was caught kissing another woman at a nightclub in Melbourne last month.
The OnlyFans creator, who is currently travelling solo in the UK following the scandal, took to Instagram on Wednesday to answer a number of questions from followers.
After one person asked how she learnt to trust Jackson again after what happened, Olivia asserted that she “never lost trust” in him.
“I’ve lost trust in Black Out Drunk Jack,” she explained.
“I know for a fact that Jack would never ever do that to me again.”
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Elsewhere in the Q&A, Olivia answered a question about how she’s feeling being so far away from Jackson while he’s still in Australia.
“I miss him so much,” she shared. “Some space after what we've been through is so healthy though.”
She added that she still wears her wedding ring from the show because it’s “so sentimental” and makes her feel closer to Jackson while they're in different countries.
Olivia also spoke openly about how she “changed for Jackson” and became a better version of herself in their relationship.
“I've changed by letting go of things faster and trying to be a little bit more fair in my judgements of people,” she replied to one follower who asked for relationship advice.
“Jack really pushed me to change like this, but ultimately I knew it would make me a better, more well-rounded person. I believe that a good relationship will make you want to be a better version of yourself.”
‘I f**ked up’
Olivia’s comments come just a few weeks after she and Jackson released a joint statement on social media addressing the cheating scandal and the rumours that they had split.
“Look, just taking a second to jump on here to address what happened last weekend. It’s sh*t, I f**ked up,” he said in the video.
“All the negativity we’ve been getting from the show, the way I’ve kind of been dealing with it is to get blackout drunk, which don’t get me wrong, isn’t an excuse and it’s not acceptable.
“I am seeking help to try and figure out new ways to combat my emotions and how to deal with this negativity.”
He then praised his girlfriend by saying he was really happy to have her “by his side”, adding that she’s been an “angel” through the whole situation.
“We’ve got a lot of healing to do, but ultimately we love each other,” she added.
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