MAFS: Olivia Frazer looks glum on the Central Coast after Domenica Calarco’s ‘hate party’

Married At First Sight ‘villain’ Olivia Frazer looked downcast while taking her dog for a walk near her home on the NSW Central Coast on Monday.

The sighting came a day after rival bride Domenica Calarco threw a ‘hate party’ featuring nasty slogans about Olivia at her parents’ farm on the outskirts of Sydney.

The two women locked horns on the Channel Nine reality show after Olivia, 28, revealed to the entire cast that Domenica, 29, had a secret OnlyFans account.

Feeling the strain: Married At First Sight ‘villain’ Olivia Frazer looked downcast while taking her dog for a walk near her home on the NSW Central Coast on Monday

The former teaching assistant appeared to have had a lot on her mind on Monday as she stopped by a local café and walked her dog Bert.

She cut a casual figure in a yellow floral frock and white sneakers.

Olivia perched a pair of tortoiseshell sunglasses on top of her head, and swept her blonde locks into a low bun.

She accessorized with a lilac shoulder bag, and appeared to go makeup free.

Mean girls: The sighting came a day after rival bride Domenica Calarco (pictured) threw a 'hate party' featuring nasty slogans about Olivia at her parents' farm on the outskirts of Sydney

Mean girls: The sighting came a day after rival bride Domenica Calarco (pictured) threw a ‘hate party’ featuring nasty slogans about Olivia at her parents’ farm on the outskirts of Sydney

Controversy: The two women locked horns on the Channel Nine reality show after Olivia, 28, revealed to the entire cast that Domenica, 29, had a secret OnlyFans account

Controversy: The two women locked horns on the Channel Nine reality show after Olivia, 28, revealed to the entire cast that Domenica, 29, had a secret OnlyFans account

Under a cloud: The former teaching assistant appeared to have had a lot on her mind on Monday as she stopped by a local café and walked her dog Bert

Under a cloud: The former teaching assistant appeared to have had a lot on her mind on Monday as she stopped by a local café and walked her dog Bert

Olivia appeared to be in a reflective mood and at times was glued to her iPhone.

The day prior, Domenica had hosted a screening event for the MAFS reunion at her parents’ property in Austral, south-west Sydney.

Fans of the show have accused the makeup artist of making the event a ‘hate party’ with custom-made signs including one that read: ‘We don’t serve any Olivias’.

Fixed: Olivia appeared to be in a reflective mood and at times was glued to her iPhone

Fixed: Olivia appeared to be in a reflective mood and at times was glued to her iPhone

Domenica, along with her ex-‘husband’ Jack Millar and co-stars Ella Ding, Brent Vitiello and Al Perkins, wore red T-shirts with the words, ‘My body, my choice b***h!’

The slogan, ‘my body, my choice’, has long been associated with abortion rights, but Domenica appears to be using it to promote her OnlyFans account.

TikTok footage from the party also showed Domenica and her co-stars chanting ‘F**k Olivia!’ alongside MC Olan Tekkers.

Natural beauty: Olivia swept her blonde locks into a low bun and appeared to go makeup free

Natural beauty: Olivia swept her blonde locks into a low bun and appeared to go makeup free

Where's Jackson?  Olivia wasn't joined by her 'husband' Jackson Lonie.  During Sunday's MAFS reunion, the couple revealed they were living together on the Central Coast in a 'beach shack'

Where’s Jackson? Olivia wasn’t joined by her ‘husband’ Jackson Lonie. During Sunday’s MAFS reunion, the couple revealed they were living together on the Central Coast in a ‘beach shack’

‘It was just a big “I hate Olivia” party. Everyone rallied around Domenica and they enjoyed watching the glass-smashing video,’ one guest told Daily Mail Australia.

‘Domenica was booing the screen every time Olivia came on and everyone was just sticking their middle fingers up. It was outright bullying,’ they added.

‘There was no respect for anyone or what they’ve been through. It was honestly just a big anti-Olivia and Tamara [Djordjevic] event.’

Gone too far?  TikTok footage from the screening party also showed Domenica and her co-stars chanting 'F**k Olivia!'  alongside MC Olan Tekkers

Gone too far? TikTok footage from the screening party also showed Domenica and her co-stars chanting ‘F**k Olivia!’ alongside MC Olan Tekkers

'Hate party': 'It was just a big "I hate Olivia" party.  Everyone rallied around Domenica and they enjoyed watching the glass-smashing video,' one guest told Daily Mail Australia

‘Hate party’: ‘It was just a big “I hate Olivia” party. Everyone rallied around Domenica and they enjoyed watching the glass-smashing video,’ one guest told Daily Mail Australia

One fan on social media labeled Domenica a ‘bully’ while another said the anti-Olivia posters were ‘immature’.

‘For someone who claimed she can’t stand bullying and was bullied her whole childhood, you’re doing a fabulous job [of] showing otherwise,’ one critic wrote.

‘It’s bad enough Olivia has to deal with the backlash from the show, but to have a poster of this sort shows the immaturity on your end.’

Bullying claims: One fan on social media labeled Domenica a 'bully' while another said the anti-Olivia posters were 'immature'

Bullying claims: One fan on social media labeled Domenica a ‘bully’ while another said the anti-Olivia posters were ‘immature’

Having their say: 'For someone who claimed she can't stand bullying and was bullied her whole childhood, you're doing a fabulous job [of] showing otherwise,' one critic wrote

Having their say: ‘For someone who claimed she can’t stand bullying and was bullied her whole childhood, you’re doing a fabulous job [of] showing otherwise,’ one critic wrote

Vocal: A second agreed, writing: '[Domenica] is as bad as Olivia.  Both d**kheads... I personally think editing made Dom look a lot nicer than she actually is'

Vocal: A second agreed, writing: ‘[Domenica] is as bad as Olivia. Both d**kheads… I personally think editing made Dom look a lot nicer than she actually is’

A second agreed, writing: ‘[Domenica] is as bad as Olivia. Both d**kheads… I personally think editing made Dom look a lot nicer than she actually is.’

Domenica has since said the party wasn’t about hate, but was instead her way of ‘moving on’ from their feud.

‘If people think this was a hate party for anyone, you’re delusional,’ she wrote on Facebook in response to a viewer who said they’d lost respect for her after seeing footage from the party.

Questionable: Domenica and her co-stars wore T-shirts with the slogan 'My body, my choice, b***h!'  This phrase has long been associated with abortion rights, but Domenica appears to be using it to promote her OnlyFans career

Questionable: Domenica and her co-stars wore T-shirts with the slogan ‘My body, my choice, b***h!’ This phrase has long been associated with abortion rights, but Domenica appears to be using it to promote her OnlyFans career

Hitting back: Domenica has since said the party wasn't about hate, but was instead her way of 'moving on' from their feud

Hitting back: Domenica has since said the party wasn’t about hate, but was instead her way of ‘moving on’ from their feud

‘I was having an end-of-MAFS party with all of my family and friends,’ she added.

‘After so much has happened this whole scenario still triggers me and makes me upset which you can clearly see.

‘I’ve owned all my wrongdoings, apologised, now I’m moving on, and went out with a bang.’

Response: 'If people think this was a hate party for anyone, you're delusional,' she wrote on Facebook in response to a viewer who said they'd lost respect for her after the party

Response: ‘If people think this was a hate party for anyone, you’re delusional,’ she wrote on Facebook in response to a viewer who said they’d lost respect for her after the party

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