Those who watch 90 DayFiancé will certainly remember the bizarre relationship between Tunisian Mohamed Jbali and American Danielle Mullins. Shortly after the pair married, and he received his Green Card, Mohamed took off and started dating other women, filing for divorce from Danielle not long after. But as the 90 Day Fiancé star was typically active on social media, but he had recently fallen silent, fans wondered if he had been deported back to Tunisia after it was discovered he was possibly using Danielle to gain citizenship.
“He has not been deported, it takes years before someone is deported. He’s probably trying to make people wonder what is going on.”
Jbali has also pulled several social media stunts that may have gotten him into hot water with the TLC show. Evidently, the 90 Day Fiancé star live streamed his divorce proceedings on Facebook, and Mullins believes part of the issue may be with his contract and oversharing. She also believes he will come back to the show and “blame everyone else” for what’s happened.
Although it appears that Jbali is the type of scam artist government officials are trying to keep out of the country, it seems as though even being on national television and broadcasting his shady behavior doesn’t prevent him from being allowed to remain in the country.
The reality TV star has set his Instagram private and has not posted anything for several months on his Twitter or Facebook, both of which were used to keep fans informed of his daily activities. He does, however, have a phone number up on his Facebook, though it is unclear if he is looking for business or for random American women to send him messages so they can hook-up.
This isn’t the first time 90 Day Fiancé has faced a scandal. Just recently, it was revealed that Anfisa, a cast member from Russia, was doing cam shows on PornHub. It was also speculated that Anfisa might have met her fiancé, Jorge, on a cam website. Some also believe that Jorge may have misled Anfisa about the amount of money he makes and the life she could make for herself in the United States, which has lead to her dramatic unhappiness.
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