Forward of tonight’s chaotic MAFS dinner – fueled by leaked OnlyF pictures – viewers on social media have taken a company stand.
MAFS viewers have taken a company stance on Dom and Olivia’s newest progress after getting fed up with reveals that “shamed” women.
This comes after a chaotic dinner promotion earlier to tonight’s episode, by means of which Olivia shared a snapshot of Dom (almost certainly paid for by Olivia) from her secret OnlyF net web page, which caused totally different attendees to Shocked.
Within the juicy advert, Olivia could possibly be seen telling Tamara, “If somebody smashes a wine glass in your face, you Google them,” referencing ultimate week’s glass-smashing incident.
MAFS groom Cody Bromley then requested Dom, her husband Jack Millar, “Do you know you had an OnlyF account?”.
The advert hints at some explosive drama on the horizon – when the workforce “activates” the Dom, prompting them to rush out of the banquet – nevertheless MAFS followers have decided they’re Staff Dom.
It is wise considering the tide has turned on Olivia, the glittery princess turned scruffy highschool lady.
Some followers notably blamed the current’s offensive wording, whereas others blasted Olivia as they debated whether or not or not sharing the photographs counted as revenge or a prison offense.
Others are merely shocked that there’s nonetheless curiosity in nxdes in 2022.
“I actually hope they cease calling Dom’s solely fan account/nude photographs a ‘scandal’ when in reality the one scandal is Olivia’s revenge for selling the usage of P0rn,” one wrote.
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In Australia, the s3xtortion laws, launched in November 2021, means ex-partners and strangers who put up or threaten to place up a revenge P0RN with out consent will seemingly be fined $111,000.
Hefty fines have been included in Australia’s on-line safety authorized tips to raised defend victims of image-based abuse.
eSafety Commissioner Julie Inman Grant said ultimate yr: “Along with the prison prices that could be introduced inside its jurisdiction, eSafety can impose fines of as much as $111,000 for individuals who put up or threaten to put up intimate photographs, together with threats of sexual assault.”