“The whole thing reeks of creepy perversion and is a rancid violation of basic dignity and privacy,” Booka told The Wash.
“Whilst some people may turn around and try and shame those who have had their content leaked, I hope that most will realise that the only ones who should be deeply ashamed right now are those behind the leak and those endorsing it,” she added.
It seems Reddit moved quickly to remove the leaked images, confirming to Yahoo Lifestyle that the thread was taken down.
“This subreddit was banned due to a violation of Reddit’s content policy against creating or repurposing a sub to reconstitute or serve the same objective as a previously banned or quarantined subreddit," the platform posted on its website after the thread disappeared.
While the leak is illegal and a copyright violation, some of these brides have experienced leaks from their OnlyFans accounts in the past.
"Leaks are unfortunately to be expected," season six bride Ines Basic told WHO when discussing her lucrative account.
"I have an online copyright removal service agency - Airase - scanning the web daily for any content that has been illegally distributed. My best advice to anyone who is on OnlyFans is to make sure they have that level of protection," she advised.
"Whilst the platform is becoming widely accepted it is still a taboo industry and is a relatively new platform with a lot of mixed opinions," an Airase spokesperson told us.
"You would be surprised by the types of people who will commit revenge porn as well. It's always the people you least expect."
Meanwhile, fellow MAFS star and OnlyFans creator, Jackson Lonie, is currently suing The Kyle and Jackie O Show for allegedly illegally sharing content from his account while live on radio.
“I was shocked when I heard it on air,” he told Sunday Confidential.
“My boss is a family man and he had people contacting him asking him about my content … I understand it doesn’t line up with his morals, so I lost my job,” Jackson revealed.
Jackson’s representatives have reportedly sent a legal letter to the Australian Radio Network, which airs the radioprogram.
He has requested a permanent injunction to restrain further use of the content, damages for breach of copyright, damages for loss of income, and a formal apology from the Kyle and Jackie O Show.