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‘90 Day Fiancé’ Star David Offered Job In Asia – Is He Leaving The Show?

David Toborowsky struggled to find a job on the most recent season of 90 Day Fiancé, forcing him and wife Annie Suwan to move into a storage facility. Now, can exclusively reveal the couple may be heading back to Asia!

“David has a teaching job offer from Asia,” a source close to the 90 Day Fiancé star told “They want him immediately because the school year is starting.”

But is Toborowsky leaving the show and his life in America?

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“Right now they are looking at everything,” the insider explained. “They are hoping to return to the show.”

In the meantime, Toborowsky is focusing on “projects” so the couple is “not starving.”

“He’s doing work in politics, campaign-related,” the source said. “It’s not steady though. They’re still living in the storage facility.”

On the season, Toborowsky had been out of a job for six months. He turned to his sister to loan him money, but she refused.

When they got kicked out of their apartment, they were forced to move into a 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. He currently owes $13,500.

Toborowsky must also pay up $6,800 for a vasectomy reversal so the couple could welcome a child.

Toborowsky met Suwan at a karaoke bar in Thailand.

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