Police have confirmed that they are investigating the nude photo scandal linked to the current Australian season of Married At First Sight.

The incident involves MAFS brides Olivia Frazer and Domenica Calarco, whose feud has been well-documented on the show.

Following an argument between the pair, Frazer searched Calarco’s name on Google, finding her ‘OnlyFans’ account and sourcing a naked photo of Calarco.

Frazer then distributed the image to multiple other contestants on the show, without Calarco’s consent.

Can the intentional or unintended distribution of a users #OnlyFans content be considered a criminal offence under intimate image abuse law?

If so, why has there been no attempts to address the content hosted by porn platforms or hold them to account?

In essence if the law was to be taken at face value then the entire #Mindgeek buisness model is a criminal one.

It will be interesting to see how the #mafs police investigation plays out in #Australia.

Is it simply a case of copyright infringement, or is it intimate image abuse?

What do you think?

#police #law #content


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