Married At First Sight’s nastiest feud deepens as Olivia Frazer blasts rival Domenica Calarco for using pro-choice slogan ‘my body, my choice’ in reference to her OnlyFans account

The fallout from Domenica Calarco‘s MAFS finale screening is still raging a week after she was criticised for making the event a ‘hate party’ for rival bride Olivia Frazer.

And a defiant Olivia is now taking aim at the T-shirts worn by several party guests, including Domenica and her co-stars Ella Ding and Brent Vitiello.

The red T-shirts had the words ‘my body, my choice, b***h’ printed on the front, in reference to Domenica’s OnlyFans side hustle.

Drama: The fallout from Domenica Calarco’s (pictured) MAFS finale screening is still raging a week after she was criticised for making the event a ‘hate party’ for rival Olivia Frazer 

The slogan ‘my body, my choice’ is associated with reproductive rights, and has long been considered a rallying cry for the pro-choice movement.

Olivia, 28, told The Wash it was problematic for Domenica, 29, to ‘twist’ the phrase to make it about her OnlyFans account.

‘I one hundred per cent think they’re taking a very poignant advocacy [slogan] for women’s rights, sexuality and things like that,’ she said.

‘They’re twisting it to suit them, rather than make a point.’

Slogan: Olivia is now taking aim at the T-shirts worn by several party guests. The T-shirts had 'my body, my choice, b***h' printed on the front, in reference to Domenica's OnlyFans account

Slogan: Olivia is now taking aim at the T-shirts worn by several party guests. The T-shirts had ‘my body, my choice, b***h’ printed on the front, in reference to Domenica’s OnlyFans account

Olivia (left) told The Wash it was problematic for Domenica, 29, to 'twist' the phrase to make it about OnlyFans. 'I 100 per cent think they're taking a very poignant advocacy [slogan] for women's rights, sexuality and things like that,' she said. 'They're twisting it to suit them, rather than make a point.'

Fuming: Olivia (left) said it was problematic for Domenica to ‘twist’ the phrase to make it about OnlyFans. ‘I one hundred per cent think they’re taking a very poignant advocacy [slogan] for women’s rights, sexuality and things like that,’ she said. ‘They’re twisting it to suit them’

She also said the screening event, which was decorated with posters saying ‘We don’t serve Olivias’, was ‘very mean… [It] just felt like a big “I hate Olivia party”.’

For her part, Dom has denied the party was about ‘hate’ and says it was instead her way of moving on from the pair’s feud.

Olivia was dubbed this season’s ‘villain’ after sharing a nude photo of Domenica among the cast, thereby outing her as an OnlyFans model.

The makeup artist had shared the image on her public Twitter profile in early 2021 to promote her OnlyFans account, which has since been deleted.

Unpleasant: She also said the screening event, which was decorated with posters saying 'We don't serve Olivias' (pictured), was 'very mean... [It] just felt like a big "I hate Olivia party"

Unpleasant: She also said the screening event, which was decorated with posters saying ‘We don’t serve Olivias’ (pictured), was ‘very mean… [It] just felt like a big “I hate Olivia party”

The photo quickly spread through the MAFS cast via WhatsApp, and was addressed at the first dinner party following the couples’ retreat.

Domenica was humiliated to learn her co-stars knew about her OnlyFans profile and had seen her naked, and eventually broke down in tears.

Olivia, a teaching assistant from the Central Coast, later refused to apologise for discovering and sharing the picture.

Battle of the brides: Olivia (left) was dubbed this season’s ‘villain’ after sharing a nude photo of Domenica (right) among the cast, thereby outing her as an OnlyFans model

'If you think this was a hate party for anyone, you're delusional': For her part, Dom has denied the party was about 'hate' and says it was instead her way of moving on from the pair's feud

‘If you think this was a hate party for anyone, you’re delusional’: For her part, Dom has denied the party was about ‘hate’ and says it was instead her way of moving on from the pair’s feud

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