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MAFS: Domenica shuts down Olivia’s claim about producers ‘choosing favourites’

Married At First Sight’s Domenica Calarco blasts rival bride Olivia Frazer AGAIN after she stated producers gave some stars ‘preferential therapy’

Married At First Sight’s Domenica Calarco has denied Olivia Frazer’s claim she acquired ‘preferential therapy’ from producers.

The make-up artist, 30, rubbished any suggestion MAFS bosses ‘picked favourites’, and implied that members with dangerous edits merely acquired what they deserved.

‘There was no such factor as a beneficial edit. I did not get any [special] therapy. There was no such factor as preferable therapy,’ she instructed Woman’s Day.

Married At First Sight’s Domenica Calarco (pictured) has denied Olivia Frazer’s claim she acquired ‘preferential therapy’ from producers 

Domenica then defined she was removed from being a producer’s pet and in reality acquired into hassle on quite a few events.

She stated she was ‘reprimanded’ for going into her co-star Ella Ding’s room ‘once we weren’t allowed’ and making unsanctioned cellphone calls.

Domenica beforehand revealed that every one members had entry to their social media accounts throughout filming – which conflicts with accounts from her co-stars.

The makeup artist, 30, rubbished any suggestion MAFS bosses 'picked favourites', and implied that participants with bad edits simply got what they deserved

The make-up artist, 30, rubbished any suggestion MAFS bosses ‘picked favourites’, and implied that members with dangerous edits merely acquired what they deserved 

‘We had been in a position to have our social media whereas it was on. The solely time that we handed over our social media was when the present aired and once they [Nine’s social media team] had been posting on our behalf,’ she defined.

‘I do not know what [Olivia] is speaking about. I do not know in the event that they particularly took hers away.’ 

Olivia claimed earlier this month she’d had her social media accounts ‘shut down’ throughout filming of the newest season, whereas Domenica was allowed entry to hers.

Olivia (pictured) claimed earlier this month she'd had her social media accounts 'shut down' during filming of the latest season, while Domenica was allowed access to hers

Olivia (pictured) claimed earlier this month she’d had her social media accounts ‘shut down’ throughout filming of the newest season, whereas Domenica was allowed entry to hers 

‘I had a difficulty with Dom being given particular therapy by manufacturing, like, amongst different issues, being allowed to maintain her social media accounts public and lively throughout filming,’ she stated.

Olivia went on to say that she and the opposite cast members ‘needed to shut down our accounts or give our passwords to manufacturing’.

Daily Mail Australia has contacted Olivia and Domenica for remark.

'I had an issue with Dom being given special treatment... like, among other things, being allowed to keep her social media accounts public and active during filming,' Olivia said

‘I had a difficulty with Dom being given particular therapy… like, amongst different issues, being allowed to maintain her social media accounts public and lively throughout filming,’ Olivia stated 

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