’90 Day Fiance’: Mohamed Jbali Missing; Has He Been Deported?

90 Day Fiance: Happily Ever After Season 2 premiered on Sunday, June 11. Among the returning couples are Danielle Mullins and Mohamed Jbali. They got their divorce back in March, but it was not clear whether Mohamed has already been deported.

Where is Mohamed now?

The 90 Day Fiance star had been previously active on social media, but since over a month ago, his social media accounts have gone silent, Starcasm reported. Reportedly, he was seen in a Florida Target a few weeks ago, but could it be that he has already been deported? On one hand, it is possible that he got in trouble with TLC for revealing that his scenes at the court for their divorce hearing were fake. When Mohamed was filming for the second season of 90 Day Fiance: Happily Ever After, he released a series of Facebook Live videos. In one of them, he said that he was going to wear the same clothes and do the scenes at the courthouse.

The preview for 90 Day Fiance: Happily Ever After Season 2 tease of more drama and fighting between Danielle and Mohamed as they continue with their divorce battle. On the contrary, Jbali shared that they remained civil in court and got their divorce without fighting. He added that a lawyer spoke for his ex-wife, and they did not really talk.

Mohamed planned to leave States after divorce

When Judge Tygh Tone of the Erie County Common Pleas Court granted the divorce between Mohamed and Danielle, the Tunisia native shared that he was planning to go to Canada and study. He could also go back to Qatar to work or return to his home country in Tunisia. Empty Lighthouse Magazine noted that his most recent photos and posts on Twitter and Instagram suggested that he is still in the US.

But then there is a big possibility that he has already left the country because his green card is only good for two years. According to Danielle, her ex-husband is on a two-year conditional green card, and he would need her signature to prove that he did not violate any of the conditions. With their divorce already finalized, there’s no way he could still get Danielle to sign his papers.

Viewers might find the answers through the 90 Day Fiance: Happily Ever After Season 2. The show airs every Sunday at 9/8c on TLC.

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