Domenica Calarco is back on OnlyFans with one shock rule

Why she's refusing to post the content rival Olivia Frazer has become known for.
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Domenica Calarco has made her big return to OnlyFans months after a nude photo from her account ignited scandal when Olivia Frazer shared the image with the rest of the cats on Married At First Sight.

WATCH: Domenica in the middle of MAFS nude photo scandal

But if you were hoping for Domenica’s newly relaunched page to be packed with scantily-clad selfies and X-rated videos, like Olivia’s own account, you’re out of luck.

The reality TV star’s revamped account will be strictly “PG” and feature her day-to-day activities like workouts and makeup routines.

“I want it to be a platform like another Instagram where I’m not filtered, where I can say what I want and I can do what I want, and it’s not going to be adult content,” she told WHO exclusively in mid-June.

“It’s gonna be a whole range of things. It’s going to be my life on there.”

Domenica Calarco has made her triumphant return to OnlyFans. (Credit: Instagram)

“I think OnlyFans actually has a really – I don’t want to say bad connotation – but it has an ‘adult only’ connotation to it, especially in Australia,” the fan-favourite MAFS alum continued at the time.

“We all know Australia is a little bit behind in terms of cultural things like that, but OnlyFans is definitely something I’m going to explore in a different way.”

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As MAFS fans will remember, Olivia sparked one of the biggest feuds the show has ever seen when she leaked one of Domenica’s nudes, but after dealing with the fallout of the scandal, relaunching her idle account was empowering for Domenica.

“The issue has never been about the distribution of the photo, it was the damage Olivia intended to cause by sharing it,” she told news.com.au.

Olivia Frazer and Jackson Lonie have since started their own accounts on the adult site. (Credit: Instagram)

Domenica revealed that she started an OnlyFans last year after struggling financially amid the pandemic and her divorce and rejected claims she fled the platform after the MAFS scandal.

“My OnlyFans was always up… it was only deactivated. My OnlyFans was always there, so it’s been active this whole time,” she told WHO.

“There is some content on there still [and] it’s definitely something I’m still going to explore.”

Domenica said that while there will still be “some fun content” that she’s sure “men will want to subscribe for”, she will also be offering one-on-one chats with fans.

Domenica will be offering one-on-one experiences with fans, but says it will all be “PG”. (Credit: Instagram)

“The joke is on everyone else because it was always there and it always has been. This is just me relaunching it after taking some time to think about where I want to take it,” she said.

Domenica’s exciting relaunch comes after she and co-star Ella Ding slammed Olivia for being 100 per cent hypocritical” over creating her own OnlyFans account.

“To be honest, I feel like they just had no idea, no plan. I think it was impulsive. It’s very hypocritical and now Olivia’s obviously backpedalling,” she told WHO.

Though Olivia and her boyfriend Jackson Lonie’s accounts have only been live for about one month, trolls have already leaked nude photos across the internet in what some are calling “payback” for what Olivia did on MAFS.

WATCH: MAFS’ Olivia and Domenica get into a heated argument

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But Domenica said she doesn’t condone the leaks at all, regardless of her ongoing personal issues with Olivia.

She knows exactly what it feels like to have intimate photos shared without her consent and fears that these new leaks will just encourage more people to distribute private and intimate images without consent.

“[Oliva] didn’t realise the harm she was going to put me through,” Domenica said.

This article originally appeared on our sister site, Now To Love.

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