“Not a fan of their statement at all. I thought it was a huge slap in my face and came from a very privileged and tone deaf place,” she wrote on Instagram on Thursday.
She added that it was “very disappointing” because Holly had been so kind to her during the “pile on” of hate she received while MAFS was airing.
“They very easily could have just left it at ‘no judgement, just not for us’,” Olivia continued.
“But instead went as far as to suggest that reality TV people who move on to do OF [OnlyFans] are bad influences to younger generations and money-hungry (not that there’s anything wrong with being money-hungry).”
Since starting her own account in May, Olivia has suggested she’s made more than $200,000 from the adult content site, where she shares racy pictures and videos.
Olivia continued: “Very easy for them to sit in their expensive house, with their glowing edits, expensive dental work and all their many paid sponsorships and pass judgement on other reality TV people who weren’t so lucky.”
Holly and Jimmy’s comments sparked huge backlash in early June, with fellow reality TV alums like Abbie Chatfield slamming their claims as “ignorant” and “misogynistic”.
However other stars defended the couple, including former MAFS star Cyrell Paule.
"I completely agree. It's your body. And your choice. But c'mon ... I think there are better ways of "empowering" one another," the mum-of-one wrote on Instagram.
"I don't see why they are getting ridiculed for believing there's other options with how you want to be a ROLE model. They aren't hating on your career choice or how you're making money."
Holly and Jimmy later responded to the backlash, writing in a lengthy Instagram statement: “Over the last year, we have received literally hundreds of messages that have assumed that, because we met on a reality TV show, we would be setting up an OnlyFans account.
“We will not be. We have no issue with someone who freely and legally works in the sex industry, whether it is on OnlyFans or elsewhere.”
The pair continued: “However, like most of the people who have reached out to us, we don’t believe it is the best way to promote male/female empowerment to young people. That’s just our opinion.”