David Toborowsky and his wife Annie Suwan had serious money problems on 90 Day Fiancé: Happily Ever After?, as they were forced to live in a friend’s storage facility on the series. Now, RadarOnline.com can exclusively reveal that the married couple is starting over with a move after David finally landed a job!
“David and Annie are moving to Phoenix, Arizona,” a source close to the couple exclusively told Radar. “They are living in their own apartment. They have friends there.”
The Pillow Talk stars also considered moving from Kentucky to Florida, where David’s sister lives, or Thailand, where Annie is from. They ultimately decided on Arizona because of the weather.
On Happily Ever After?, David, 50, and Annie, 26, struggled financially, as he had been out of a job for six months. He asked his sister for financial help, but she refused.
They were even kicked out of their apartment and forced to move into a friend’s storage facility.
He still has to pay Suwan’s family her dowry, which is the transfer of parental property in the form of money or land, in the amount of $13,500.
David and Annie had another financial blow when they weren’t chosen for the current season of Happily Ever After? despite filming for the spinoff.
Fortunately, things have turned around financially. Not only do they appear on the spinoff Pillow Talk, but David also snagged a teaching job. He is also doing international consulting work for a US-based company.
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“They have been traveling for work and visiting family,” the insider said. “It has been a long and tough road.”
Despite recapping the current season on Pillow Talk, the two have been updating fans on their lives through their YouTube channel.