Larissa Dos Santos Lima is fighting for her rights. In an exclusive interview with RadarOnline.com, the 90 Day Fiancé star is slamming her husband Colt Johnson for fighting to cancel her green card amid their nasty divorce.
Johnson filed for divorce from his wife of seven months after she was arrested and charged with domestic violence against him in January 2019.
Johnson told Radar earlier this week, "I’m responsible for 10 years. I don’t want to be responsible for her at all. That’s what I’m trying to avoid.”
Now, Dos Santos Lima is fighting back!
“I’m not surprised,” she told Radar. “Colt should move on and not try to hurt or destroy me because of the time we spent together.”
As for possibly getting deported back to Brazil, Dos Santos Lima insisted she is “not afraid.”
“I have a really good attorney,” she said. "Everything happens for a reason. I’m ready. No matter what happens, it’ll be okay.”
In the couple’s divorce, Dos Santos Lima asked Johnson for spousal support. Although he told Radar “she owes me money,” Dos Santos Lima disagreed.
“We made money together from 90 Day Fiancé,” she told Radar. “From what we did next season. It’s necessary for my rights. I want to fight for my rights.”
But the nasty divorce hasn't stopped Dos Santos Lima from finding love, as she previously opened up to Radar about her new boyfriend.
“We met on Tinder,” Dos Santos Lima told Radar of her 26-year-old man. “He’s really sweet and he has a job. I admire him because he’s independent. My former husband lived with his mother so it’s different.”
Dos Santos Lima is hosting a divorce party at Crazy Horse 3 gentleman’s club in Las Vegas on Saturday, March 2.
“I want to show to my supporters the new Larissa,” Dos Santos Lima, who has been in therapy to help control her anger, said. “The more calm, more funny Larissa. I never been to a strip club before. It will be a great experience with my friends and my boyfriend. I get to meet my fans. A lot of people want to meet me!”
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