Love Island star slams MAFS’ Olivia over “unbelievable” OnlyFans leak – The Brag

A popular Love Island star has shared her discomfort with her 1.9m followers over MAFS scenes that saw Olivia leak Dom’s OnlyFans photo
This year’s MAFS was so scandalous that chatter about the on-screen antics has made its way all around the world. The latest international celebrity to weigh in on the disgraceful behaviour of the reality participants is Olivia Jade Atwood from Love Island UK Season 3. 
The popular Australian reality show is currently screening in the UK, and viewers have recently tuned into the episode where MAFS Olivia Frazer admits to leaking a racy photo of co-star Domenica Calarco.
ICYMI when it was showing on Aussie screens – Calarco was told that multiple cast members had seen a nude photo of her at a MAFS dinner party. Turns out, Frazer, her arch-nemesis on the reality series, had circulated a nude photo of Calarco that she’d found on her OnlyFans account.
Now, Atwood – who has over 1.9 million Instagram followers – has shared her discomfort over the incident in an IG story. The Love Island alum shared a Cosmopolitan UK story, titled “The lessons we can all learn from Dom’s treatment over leaked OnlyFans photo,” along with the following caption.
“I watched this the other night. Was one of the most uncomfortable pieces of reality TV I have ever watched.”
“I heard so many stories from the content creators I have met with for my new documentary about the stigma they face on a daily basis. But to see it play out – like that in real time, and SO unapologetically was unbelievable!”
Along with Love Island, Attwood has also starred on the popular UK reality show The Only Way Is Essex as well as her own reality show, Olivia Meets Her Match.
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Attwood is currently working on a docuseries for ITV investigating OnlyFans and internet porn sites.
Explaining the concept behind the show, ITV2 boss Paul Mortimer said, “She is exploring, in a series of four films, the Internet phenomena that is young women and men who are using it in order to make easy money.
“So it will be talking about things like Only Fans and the internet porn sites.”
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