EXCLUSIVE: Married At First Sight’s Olivia Frazer uninvited from star-studded children’s charity event for doing porn on OnlyFans – as the brutal email banning her from the soiree is revealed
Olivia Frazer has been incredibly successful on OnlyFans, banking $500,000 in her first few months on the X-rated platform.
But now the Married At First Sight star’s reputation as an up-and-coming adult star seems to have stalled her other opportunities.
Daily Mail Australia can reveal Rainbow Formal Sydney 2023 hosted by hotel giant Hilton and children’s charity Minus18 for World Pride has uninvited Frazer, 29, because of her OnlyFans career.
The email, which was sent to Frazer just hours before the event, said that her name had ‘been flagged by the Minus18 crew’, a charity which ‘looks after teens’.
‘OnlyFans is not the right fit for Minus18,’ Frazer was told by one of the event organisers.
‘It’s not meant to be offensive as everyone is allowed to do whatever they wish. It’s just a little awkward for the charity who help teens and children,’ they added.
Married At First Sight star Olivia Frazer, 29, (pictured) has been banned from a charity event due to her association with OnlyFans
The Rainbow Formal Sydney 2023 hosted by hotel giant Hilton and children’s charity Minus18 has uninvited Frazer because of her porn career on OnlyFans
The organiser appeared very apologetic for the mistake and claimed that they simply didn’t do the proper research about the platforms Frazer was on before she was invited.
Due to being bumped from the guest list, Olivia will miss out on rubbing shoulders with Aussie A-lister Ruby Rose, who is attending as an official Minus18 ambassador.
A number of other major Australian stars are also set to attend, and singer Delta Goodrem will be headlining a gala event for Minus18 on March 1.
Olivia has become one of Australia’s leading OnlyFans performers since signing up for the platform last year.
She made $500,000 in her first four months selling X-rated content, which included hardcore sex videos with her ex-boyfriend Jackson Lonie, who she met on MAFS.
‘OnlyFans is not the right fit for Minus18,’ Frazer was told by one of the event organisers in a brutal email
A number of Aussie A-listers will be at the event, including Ruby Rose, who is currently in Australia as an official ambassador for the charity
Olivia joined OnlyFans in May, hoping to capitalise off her new-found reality TV fame like her predecessors Jessika Power and Hayley Vernon.
She currently charges subscribers $14.99 per month, which is on the pricey side for OnlyFans. Twelve-month packages can be purchased for $126.
The sex-positive reality star also capitalised on her sexuality by posing for the cover of Maxim magazine in January.
Olivia is pictured in a compromising position on stage at a male strip show with Will Parfit
It comes after Olivia signed a deal with a media outlet to offer commentary on the new season of MAFS.
The blonde beauty partnered with Yahoo Lifestyle to make a series of videos about the tenth season of MAFS ahead of the first instalment which dropped in the first week of February.
It came months after her MAFS rival Dom signed with Nine Entertainment to film a web series for Nine.com.au called ‘Dom’s Debrief’ in which she interviewed former contestants.
The sex-positive reality star also capitalised on her sexuality by posing for the cover of Maxim magazine in January