Some 90 Day Fiancé franchise stars found their happily ever after, while others struggled with their new reality in America. When the franchise first began, the idea of marrying a foreigner in 90 days or fewer was an extreme idea. Most times, the couple doesn’t know each other well. For example, 90 Day Fiancé: Before the 90 Days stars Memphis Sandoval and Hamza Moknii got married and learned they were having a baby the same month that they met for the first time. While developing a bond and getting married quickly could be a red flag, many 90 Day Fiancé couples have found the love and support they were searching for.
90 Day Fiancé: Happily Ever After? stars Jovi Dufren and Yara Zaya sometimes struggle to see eye to eye. However, the thriving couple has a beautiful daughter together, and Yara has been working on her side hustles as Jovi works abroad. Other couples like David Tobrowsky and Annie Suwan Toborowsky are also thriving and carrying out their own spinoff. Unfortunately, although some couples connected well and are flourishing in America, other 90 Day Fiancé stars’ American dreams turned into nightmares.
90 Day Fiancé Star Varya Malina’s Fiancé Geoffrey Is In Prison
Despite Before the 90 Days season 4 stars Varya Malina and Geoffrey Paschel struggling to connect, having an awkward confrontation with her friends, and admitting to his past criminal history, Geoffrey felt comfortable enough to propose. Unfortunately, Varya wasn’t ready to accept his proposal, so he broke up with her. She made a surprise trip to America, only to find him home with another woman. Soon after, Geoffrey was sentenced to 18 years in prison for domestic violence, kidnapping, and interfering with emergency calls. Nonetheless, Varya claims they are still together, and will spend her American dream waiting for him to be released from prison.
90 Day Fiancé’s Amira Lollysa Endured Serbian Riots For Love
In 90 Day Fiancé season 8, Amira Lollysa had fallen head over heels with Andrew Kenton, a daycare worker from California that she had met online. Andrew convinced her to travel and quarantine in Mexico, despite COVID-19 travel restrictions. 90 Day Fiancé star Amira was detained in Mexico for three days, and sent back to France. Andrew enjoyed his stay in Mexico and concocted another plan. Soon after, Amira left for Serbia despite the riots, to try her hand at entering America again. Right before her arrival, the couple argued and Andrew sent her two tickets: one to France and another to America. Amira chose to give up her American dream and went back to France.
90 Day Fiancé Alum Karine Staehle Lost Custody Of Her Kids
Karine Staehle met Paul Staehle online, and the couple shared their journey on several spinoffs, starting with Before the 90 Days season 1. Paul’s lack of self-confidence and poor experiences with love made him weary to trust. However, the couple worked hard at their relationship. They endured several miscarriages, moved back and forth from Brazil to America, and expanded their family not once, but twice. Unfortunately, Paul and Karine’s relationship took a turn for the worst, as videos, rumors, and allegations have spread about their inappropriate behavior toward one another. As their relationship escalated, their boys were placed in foster homes, ultimately stripping Karine of her American dream.
While these 90 Day Fiancé franchise stars may not have had the most successful time with love, they still had many positive experiences in America. Varya became a nanny and participated in medical studies. Amira grew close to 90 Day Fiancé franchise star David Murphey and became a model in the U.S. Meanwhile, Karine has been working on her physical health and trying to get her kids back. In the end, these 90 Day Fiancé franchise stars may have just been on the wrong path toward their American dream.
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