MAFS star Olivia Frazer praises "life saver" co-stars for help during mental health battle
Note: The following article contains discussion of themes including suicide.
Married at First Sight Australia star Olivia Frazer has shared her praise for her co-stars over their support during a mental health battle.
The reality star appeared on the series early last year, where she was paired with Jackson Lonie before they eventually separated.
Taking to her Instagram Stories, Olivia spoke about her plans for her 30th birthday after a follower asked her not to invite her MAFS castmates.
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"MAFS people, so people on my season, people on previous seasons, have been like life savers," she began. "They've been ride or dies.
"They've been amazing human beings to me. So yes, I will invite them to my party. Some of them I wouldn't have made it to 30 without them.
"Because last year I wanted to f**king kill myself," Olivia went on to reveal. "And these people were legit on the phone to me all day every day. Like coming home to me, checking on me, all sorts of things.
"So yeah I will invite the majority of the MAFS people because the majority of the MAFS people are actually my friends."
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Meanwhile, last month Olivia opened up about modelling on OnlyFans, explaining that doing it helped her through a tough period in her life.
"When I started in May I was getting online hate and just barrages of the most awful things you've ever seen written. Then I found this app that I can [be] open [on] and it's only love from people who see my point of view or just think I'm hot or whatever," she said.
"The messages I was getting on OnlyFans to Instagram were polar opposites, and I needed that. It was really a lifeline of a supportive community."
We encourage anyone who identifies with the topics raised in this article to reach out. Information about how to access support is available via the NHS, and organisations who can offer help include Samaritans on 116 123 or Mind on 0300 123 3393.
Readers in the US are encouraged to visit mentalhealth.gov or the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention.
Married at First Sight UK airs on E4 in the UK. Married at First Sight Australia airs on Nine Network in Australia and E4 in the UK.
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