Controversial Married At First Sight bride Olivia Frazer returns to TikTok after getting BANNED

Controversial Married At First Sight bride Olivia Frazer returns to TikTok after getting BANNED – and shares unrecognisable photos from her youth

Married At First Sight star Olivia Frazer has returned to TikTok more than two months after she was banned.

The OnlyFans model, 28, confirmed in July her account had been deleted, and hinted it was the result of ‘mean people’ making complaints.

But on Friday she returned to the video-sharing app, sharing part in the Teenage Dirtbag trend.

Married At First Sight star Olivia Frazer (pictured) has returned to TikTok more than two months after she was banned

Married At First Sight star Olivia Frazer (pictured) has returned to TikTok more than two months after she was banned

Looking unrecognisable in a series of throwback snaps, the star shared pictures from her teen years featuring much thinner lips and 2010s inspired make-up including thick eyeliner, bleached blonde hair and a side parting.

Olivia shared the story to her Instagram, adding ‘we’re trying this TikTok thing again’ she wrote with a link to her new channel. 

It comes after Olivia put on a brave face while discussing her ban on Instagram, saying it was ‘probably for the best’.

On Friday she returned to the video-sharing app, sharing part in the Teenage Dirtbag trend

Looking unrecognisable in a series of throwback snaps, the star shared pictures from her teen years featuring much thinner lips and 2010s inspired make-up including thick eyeliner, bleached blonde hair and a side parting

On Friday she returned to the video-sharing app, sharing part in the Teenage Dirtbag trend. Looking unrecognisable in a series of throwback snaps, the star shared pictures from her teen years featuring much thinner lips and 2010s inspired make-up including thick eyeliner, bleached blonde hair and a side parting

Olivia revealed in July she had been banned from TikTok

Olivia revealed in July she had been banned from TikTok

She looked uncharacteristically downbeat as she addressed the ban, and said she would not be appealing the decision.

Olivia wrote alongside a photo of herself on a train in the UK: ‘My TikTok got deleted. It’s probably for the best.

‘I’m just going to leave it deleted. People are meaner [on TikTok] than they are here [on Instagram].’

Her troubles on TikTok do not reflect her soaring popularity on other social media platforms, namely OnlyFans. 

Olivia joined the subscription-based adult site OnlyFans in May, and quickly rose to the top 0.02 per cent of all creators on the platform

Olivia joined the subscription-based adult site OnlyFans in May, and quickly rose to the top 0.02 per cent of all creators on the platform

The MAFS bride joined the subscription-based adult site in May, and quickly rose to the top 0.02 per cent of all creators on the platform. 

She told Daily Mail Australia in June she had earned a massive $10,000 within 12 hours of signing up for the website.

The former teaching assistant said the popularity of her account made her ‘a good investment for OnlyFans’.

The reality star recently created a profile on the adult website OnlyFans, and quickly skyrocketed to the top 0.02 per cent of all creators

Olivia was a teaching student before being catapulted to fame on MAFS this year

She joined the adult website after her teaching career became untenable due to her negative portrayal on Married At First Sight.

Olivia’s MAFS ‘husband’ Jackson Lonie is also on OnlyFans and they occasionally make explicit content together.

She recently admitted she filmed a full-blown sex tape with her boyfriend, 30, before leaving for the UK, but ‘it was a disaster, so that idea is going back in the drawer’.

She recently admitted she filmed a full-blown sex tape with her boyfriend Jackson Lonie (right) before leaving for the UK, but 'it was a disaster, so that idea is going back in the drawer'

She recently admitted she filmed a full-blown sex tape with her boyfriend Jackson Lonie (right) before leaving for the UK, but ‘it was a disaster, so that idea is going back in the drawer’ 

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