MAFS 'villain' Olivia slams leaked job interview photo: 'Absolutely disgusting'
Married At First Sight star Olivia Frazer has hit out over a leaked photo showing her interviewing for a casual job at beauty chain Mecca, dubbing it a "disgusting invasion of privacy".
The So Dramatic podcast reports the 27-year-old former driving instructor was seen interviewing for a casual role with the company over a Zoom call, with a podcast fan sharing a photo of her during her meeting.
It comes after rumours the reality TV star 'villain' was kicked out of her university teaching degree following her appearance on MAFS.
Olivia lashed out after the image of her interviewing for the job was shared, and rubbished claims she had been kicked out of university and said she just wanted to earn some extra money.
"A journalist ... reported that I was spotted applying for a casual job at a makeup store," she said in a video on social media shared by TikTok account @mafs.bachie.gossip.
"Absolutely disgusting because a photo was taken of me in my job interview that I did not know was being taken. I just think a huge disgusting invasion of privacy."
Olivia said she had lost enough as a result of appearing on the show and claimed it was 'highly edited' and 'overproduced'.
"If you believe everything that was shown on TV you're a d***head," she said.
"It's just really unfair, let me live my life, let me have a job."
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Olivia added she was still studying full-time and her university had been supportive.
"I just want a job to go with it, earn some money, save to go travelling, pay my rent. I don't want to be on the dole," she said.
MAFS star reveals surprise 'regret' from show
Earlier this month, Olivia admitted she did not expect to be the show's villain. Speaking to The Wash, she said she regretted "opening my mouth 90 per cent of the time".
After being slammed for sharing an OnlyFans photo of co-star Domenica Calarco during filming, Olivia told the publication she regretted her actions.
"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 contacts [to be on OnlyFans and have open social media accounts]."
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