90 Day Fiancé star Nicole Nafziger has been posting throwback photos of her time in Morocco with fiancé Azan Tefou – and she's working on getting there through desperate employment opportunities! A source close to the reality star revealed to RadarOnline.com that she continues to struggle financially.
Nafziger, 24, began working for multi-level marketing company LuLaRoe, which sells clothes through fashion retailers. As RadarOnline.com exclusively reported, the business has been hit with multiple lawsuits for charging unlawful sales tax to customers. The clothing company has also been accused of being a pyramid scheme.
"It costs $5,000 to get set up in that market," the insider claimed. "She has yet to pay back the $5,000 she borrowed from her mom to join. She could be really good at it because of her online presence, but she is a little lazy. She's trying hard to do something."
Nafziger has also joined Cameo, where she is charging $50 for personal video messages to fans.
Although the insider isn't sure if Nafziger signed on for another season with the Lifetime show, the source claimed she has been filming.
As 90 Day Fiancé viewers know, Nafziger and Azan Tefou called off their wedding because it became too expensive. Tefou used the $6,000 Nafziger brought for the wedding to start a beauty business in Morocco.
"A lot of the money I saved up from America is now in the store," Nafziger said.
Her mother called it a "get-rich-quick scheme," as Tefou only contributed $500 to the business. He also refused to show her the store.
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In August, a source told RadarOnline.com Tefou's sister was supposed to send Nafziger a ticket to Morocco but never did. The canceled trip came after the insider claimed she "has no more money to send him."
"When she was working at Starbucks, she would send him part of her paycheck," the insider said. "Now she has no job. She's living in a trailer with her sister."
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