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"My bank account speaks for itself": MAFS' Olivia Frazer slams claims she faked OnlyFans success

''I don’t need to prove myself at all.''

By Maddison Leach
Olivia Frazer has responded to the huge backlash over her OnlyFans earnings, addressing claims that she faked screenshots proving she's in the top 0.02 per cent of creators.
The Married At First Sight star previously announced that she had hit the massive milestone in just a few weeks on the adult content site, suggesting she's made more than $200,000 in that time.
But some critics claimed she was lying and had faked screenshots of her creator ranking, alleging that the OnlyFans app had updated recently and looked different to what she showed in her photos.
Olivia has hit out at claims she's lying about her OnlyFans success. (Image: Instagram)
Now Olivia has hit back at the nay-sayers, sharing two near-identical screenshots from her OnlyFans account with what appears to be both the old and new layouts.
"There's two screenshots of my current ranking on OnlyFans, I literally just took these," she said over the photo.
She continued: "I don't have the technological skills or anything like that to fake these screenshots. I don't have it in me, I'm too lazy to be honest."
To prove her point, Olivia claimed she had recently posted a photo of her bum to the site with a huge bruise on her leg, claiming she didn't have the tech skills to edit that, let alone fake screenshots.
Olivia previously shared this screenshot of her OnlyFans ranking, which some critics claimed was faked. (Image: Instagram)
"I'm just not tech-savvy enough to airbrush it out, so if I can't do that I don't know how to do fake screenshots of statistic and numbers," she added.
"Enjoy these. Celebrate with me, because I think 0.02 per cent of all creators is freaking amazing… and if you question that, shame on you."
Olivia insisted that she didn't owe anybody an explanation, "receipts" or proof of her success on the adult site.
"I don't need to prove myself at all because let me tell you honey, my bank account is speaking for itself," she added cheekily.
Olivia insisted that she didn't owe anybody an explanation, "receipts" or proof of her success on the adult site. (Image: Instagram)
But after leaving her teaching career behind, the MAFS star confessed OnlyFans is her greatest source of income and wishes people would be more supportive.
"This is now my livelihood, this is now a massive success to me after the six months I've had, so let me be proud of myself," she continued.
"I don't know why everybody's got to be so bl—dy nasty all the bl—dy time."
After being labelled the "villain" of the 2022 season of MAFS, Olivia faced massive public backlash that saw her lose her student teaching job.
She has since been on the hunt for a new job, joking that she'd happily work at Kmart, but has since found massive success on OnlyFans.
She's not the first MAFS star to join the site, following in the footsteps of Jessika Power, Ines Basic and other past brides.
But the 28-year-old has faced huge backlash for joining the platform after she shared a nude photo of Domenica Calarco with the rest of the MAFS cast during filming.
This article was originally published on our sister site WHO.