’90 Day Fiance’ Star Larissa Dos Santos to Face ‘Deportation’ After Domestic Violence Hearing

In related news, the Brazilian beauty reveals in the latest episode of ’90 Day Fiance: Happily Ever After’ that she has two children back in her native country.

AceShowbiz -Is Larissa Dos Santos Lima currently counting days before she gets deported back to her native country Brazil? Her former mother-in-law, Debbie Johnson, is sure that the “90 Day Fiance” star will be sent back to the South American country following a hearing for her domestic violence case.

Debbie recently held a Q&A session on Instagram, with one fan wondering why Larissa is still staying in the United States when her divorce from Colt Johnson was already finalized. In response to the question, Debbie wrote back, “Everything takes time. There is still a Domestic Violence hearing next week and after that she will be deported. It just takes time.” Debbie was referring to Larissa’s arrest for domestic battery following a bloody fight with then-husband Colt.

Larissa’s lawyer has responded to Debbie’s claim, telling Us Weekly that “Debbie’s statement is not true at this time.”

In related news, the Sunday, May 26 episode of “90 Day Fiance: Happily Ever After” featured Larissa opening up about her life in Brazil to Debbie, telling the older woman that she has children back in Brazil. Debbie was shocked and disappointed following the revelation, saying, “It hurt me because no one had discussed it with me.”

“I always wanted to tell you, but it’s a complicated situation,” Larissa explained herself. “In the beginning, we don’t get along. So, every time that I see the way that you take care of Colt [and] everything, I thought, ‘How I will explain to you that I have kids in Brazil?’ I was afraid. I love Colt, so what will his mother, that did everything for him, will think about it?”

Debbie finally came to a better understanding after that, saying, “I understood why she didn’t tell me about having children. She was scared and I don’t think she trusted anybody.”

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