MAFS Australia: Olivia Frazer fears she’ll be stabbed if she visits the UK


Married At First Sight’s Olivia Frazer fears she’ll be STABBED if she visits the UK… as she plans to flee Australia after boyfriend Jackson Lonie’s cheating scandal

Scandal-prone Married At First Sight star Olivia Frazer is planning to flee Australia as soon as she recovers from Covid-19.

But the former teaching student, 28, fears she won’t be safe if she visits the No. 1 destination on her travel bucket list: the UK.

Olivia, who is still reeling after her boyfriend Jackson Lonie cheated on her with another woman last month, told Yahoo Lifestyle she is worried about being stabbed in Britain, where MAFS has a loyal following.

‘Please don’t stab me’: Married At First Sight’s Olivia Frazer fears she’ll be stabbed if she visits the UK – as she plans to flee Australia after her boyfriend Jackson Lonie’s cheating scandal

‘I hope I have more fans there than I do haters. Please don’t stab me at Heathrow [Airport],’ the franchise villain said. 

‘I’ve been getting a lot of messages from the UK. I’m a Stratford-upon-Avon girl to the core. I’m hoping to go back this year… I love the UK. It’s a very special place.’

Olivia booked a one-way ticket to England just two days after Jackson’s cheating scandal, but wasn’t allowed on the plane after testing positive for Covid-19.

She still intends to travel to Britain, but must wait until she has fully recovered. 

Concerned: Olivia, who is still reeling after her boyfriend Jackson Lonie (left) cheated on her with another woman last month, told Yahoo Lifestyle: 'Please don't stab me at Heathrow'

Concerned: Olivia, who is still reeling after her boyfriend Jackson Lonie (left) cheated on her with another woman last month, told Yahoo Lifestyle: ‘Please don’t stab me at Heathrow’

Olivia became public enemy No. 1 following her on-screen feud with rival bride Domenica Calarco this season. 

Viewers took Domenica’s side, and Olivia was subjected to widespread public backlash that left her suicidal at one point.

However, MAFS cast member Cody Bromley has since come out and said both brides were to blame in the feud.

‘The edit could have gone either way with the whole Domenica and Olivia thing,’ he told Daily Mail Australia.

Star power: Olivia's arch rival Domenica Calarco (pictured last month) has become an in-demand influencer since MAFS, racking up almost 600,000 followers on Instagram

Star power: Olivia’s arch rival Domenica Calarco (pictured last month) has become an in-demand influencer since MAFS, racking up almost 600,000 followers on Instagram

Olivia has now left her teaching career behind to launch an OnlyFans account.

Meanwhile, Domenica has been racking up endorsement deals left and right after gaining almost 600,000 Instagram followers in the wake of her ‘hero edit’ on MAFS. 

She recently collaborated on her own clothing edit with Showpo, and is set to launch a podcast with co-star Ella Ding.

Olivia copped a massive blow last month when Jackson cheated on her by kissing another woman at a bar in Melbourne.

Escape: Olivia booked a one-way ticket to the UK just two days after Jackson's cheating scandal (pictured), but wasn't allowed onto the plane after testing positive to Covid-19

Escape: Olivia booked a one-way ticket to the UK just two days after Jackson’s cheating scandal (pictured), but wasn’t allowed onto the plane after testing positive to Covid-19

The cheating happened on Friday, May 27, when Olivia and Jackson – the last-couple-standing from this year’s season of Married At First Sight – were on holiday in Melbourne and decided to hit the town.

After spending the earlier portion of the night together, Olivia went home and Jackson continued partying with friends – and eventually ended up in the arms of Han Hughes at the Lava Lounge bar.

Footage of the kiss spread across the internet like wildfire, and a devastated Olivia later told Daily Mail Australia she was ‘speechless’.

Their once-rock-solid relationship was said to be hanging by a thread after Jackson’s indiscretion, with a source saying Olivia was ‘broken and torn about the whole thing’.

The couple had ‘a serious discussion about their future’ when Jackson sobered up on the Saturday, before Olivia offered him an ultimatum: ditch the partying or we’re over.

Fans breathed a sigh of relief last Wednesday when the pair put out a joint video on Instagram confirming they were still together and working through their issues.

Jackson admitted he ‘f**ked up’ and was ‘seeking help’ for his drinking, which he said was his way of coping with the backlash he and Olivia had faced since MAFS.

Brutal: Olivia and Jackson put out a joint video on Instagram last Wednesday confirming they were still together and working through their issues

Brutal: Olivia and Jackson put out a joint video on Instagram last Wednesday confirming they were still together and working through their issues



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