Olivia was lashed by both the MAFS experts and the public, Olivia was called every name under the sun for that particular breach of Dom’s privacy.
Trolls flooded her social media pages with taunts and death threats, with some even turning up to verbally harass her in person, and the reality star even lost her student teaching job due to the backlash.
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It should be noted that she wasn’t charged with any crimes. However, her actions were slammed as “cruel” and “reeking of internalised misogyny” and fans largely took Dom’s side.
We’re not excusing any of it; not Olivia sharing the photos in the first place, nor her doubling down and refusing to apologise on the show (though she has since blamed this on a “villain” edit).
However, no one should ever have their private photos leaked and that includes Olivia.
With just seven photos on her OnlyFans account – and a racy lingerie-clad teaser posted to her website – MAFS viewers are already threatening to redistribute any illicit content she shares to other platforms.
But not only is that a gross breach of her personal privacy and the OnlyFans terms and conditions, doing so would also prove that Aussies have learned nothing from the scandal they watched unfold on MAFS this year.
Sharing someone’s private photos is wrong, no matter who they are, what they’ve done, or if they shared them to a subscription site like OnlyFans.
It was wrong when Olivia shared Dom’s, and it would be just as wrong for anyone to share Olivia’s in a bid to exact petty revenge.
As for the people saying Olivia is “asking for” her photos to be leaked, or that she “deserves it” after sharing Dom’s are only playing into a tired and misogynistic narrative that suggests certain women deserve to experience these cruel acts, and that sounds an awful lot like victim blaming to us.
It doesn’t matter if Olivia did the wrong thing in the eyes of her critics; sharing private photos of women is never okay.