The new season of 90 Day Fiancé: Happy Ever After? is premiering on Sunday, May 20. From an escort scandal to a shooting, RadarOnline.com can reveal exclusive spoilers from the upcoming season.
When David Toborowsky’s daughter Ashley confronted his wife Annie Suwan about rumors that they met at an escort bar, she responded in the trailer, “I have to support my family.”
A source close to the show exclusively told Radar that the upcoming season is going to prove the rumor false.
“It’s not how they met,” the insider said. “The trailer was edited. Just because she’s attractive and Asian doesn’t mean she was an escort.”
The season will also focus on David and Annie’s decision to either stay in American or move to back to Thailand. As he explained in the trailer, his wife thought American had “big homes and big cars.” His daughter Ashley even says she’s watching her father “self-destruct.”
“David isn’t happy here in America, even though he loves being around his family,” the source said. “Adapting back has been tough. America has changed since he has been there. He was there for work for years. He’s very much missing it. They talk about going back.”
The show will also address David son Jacob’s shooting. As Radar exclusively reported, Jacob’s friend accidentally shot in him the jaw with a 22-caliber handgun on January 28. Jacob was released from the hospital shortly after, but underwent a series of surgeries to remove the bullet and repair tissue.
“Jacob will be on the show,” the insider said. “They do talk about the shooting. They address why he hasn’t lived with them. David recently spoke at a press conference on gun control.”
As for Molly Hopkins and Luis Mendez, they are seen fighting throughout the trailer.
“This is my home and I don’t feel comfortable in my own home,” she said in the clip. “You’re not calling the cops. Stop it!”
The insider told Radar, “They are divorced, but still talk. Luis is still in America. He’s living in New Jersey.”
90 Day Fiancé: Happily Ever After airs Sunday at 8/7c on TLC.
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