Married At First Sight’s Olivia Frazer recalls terrifying at-home incident after finding fame on the reality TV megahit: ‘Die piggy’

Married at First Sight bride Olivia Frazer has revealed her appearance on the reality TV show left her feeling ‘suicidal’.

Speaking to the ABC, the reality TV star, 30, said her portrayal as the ‘villain’ on the megahit series led to troubling thoughts and public abuse – including a worrying incident at her home.

A car full of women drove past Frazer’s home on a Saturday night and screamed at her.

‘Then I just hear four or five middle-aged women screaming, “Olivia, you’re a c***. Die, piggy!”‘ she told the outlet.

Frazer admitted she ‘was definitely suicidal’ after her time on the series and at one point wanted to ‘fling [herself] off a balcony’.

Married at First Sight bride Olivia Frazer (pictured) has revealed her appearance on the reality TV show left her feeling ‘suicidal’

‘They made me look like a criminal on the biggest show in Australia. And I didn’t sign up to be framed as a criminal,’ she said of her edit.

The reality star was dubbed a ‘villain’ during the dramatic 2022 MAFS season after sharing a nude photo of Domenica Calarco among the cast, outing her as an OnlyFans model.

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

Speaking to the ABC , the reality TV star, 30, said her portrayal as the 'villain' on the megahit series led to troubling thoughts and abuse - including a worrying incident at her home

Speaking to the ABC , the reality TV star, 30, said her portrayal as the ‘villain’ on the megahit series led to troubling thoughts and abuse – including a worrying incident at her home 

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 page and had seen her naked, and eventually broke down in tears.

Olivia later refused to apologise for discovering the picture.

She fell victim to trolls who would slam her over the MAFS controversy when she attended red carpets or event. 

A car full of women drove past Frazer's home on a Saturday night and screamed abuse at her

A car full of women drove past Frazer’s home on a Saturday night and screamed abuse at her

Frazer recently spoke about battling depression following her appearance on the show. 

Last November she launched a tirade against the show during another Q&A with her fans,  when she was asked if she would ever put the MAFS photos she deleted from her social media back up.

Olivia did not mince words as she issued a blunt response.

‘Probably not. I hate the entire thing (I’m grateful for the friends I made and the platform it gave me). But I’m not proud of it,’ she began.

Frazer recently spoke about battling depression following her appearance on the show. Pictured: a post from last week

Frazer recently spoke about battling depression following her appearance on the show. Pictured: a post from last week 

‘I don’t want to be associated with it. The first thing I did when I got my account back was remove Channel Nine and EndemolShine Australia.’

Olivia has openly criticised the show in the past and in August she revealed she and her ex-boyfriend Jackson Lonie would still be a couple if it weren’t for the extreme popularity of MAFS.

The former teaching student found love with the former plumber, 31, on the dating show, but split just months after the series aired.

Daily Mail Australia has reached out to Married At First Sight and Frazer for comment. 

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