Of all of the innumerable 90 Day Fiance couples, the bitterest have to be Danielle Mullins and Mohamed Jbali.
There are a number of toxic relationships on that series, just like there are everywhere in life. But not everyone seeks to ruin their ex's life.
Danielle, who still hasn't been successful in getting Mohamed deported, seems to have switched tactics: she's attempting to sue him.
Danielle and Mohamed split ages ago and filed for divorce, so you'd think that they'd be eager to move on with their lives.
Apparently not, though.
Danielle Mullins seems less interested in moving on and more interested in making sure that Mohamed cannot.
During their brief marriage, Danielle accused Mohamed of cheating on her. She also demanded that he have sex with her, because he was her husband.
For his part, Mohamed accused Danielle of some financial wrongdoings, of hiding her criminal background, and of having a foul body odor.
There's clearly no love lost between the two, but Danielle isn't just bitter -- she seems to want revenge.
First, she's been trying to get Mohamed deported.
They went through the K-1 visa process, so she's not having an easy time just undoing that legal process.
She tried seeking an annulment, but was advised by her attorney that, since she and Mohamed had consummated their marriage, they'd need to just do a divorce.
The difference, of course, is that an annulment would have had different implications for Mohamed's green card status.
Now, though, Danielle has switched tactics -- because she's suing Mohamed Jbali.
Starcasm obtained court documents that show that Danielle Mullins has filed suit against Mohamed Jbali to the tune of $12,500.
Danielle has lamented having spent money to fly Mohamed to the States.
Unlike a few 90 Day Fiance stars, she's by no means a wealthy woman.
Of course, in order to actually try to sue Mohamed, she won't just need to prove that he owes her money (a tricky thing, since he's accused her of misusing his identity and finances).
She'll also need for him to actually receive the summons.
Despite being active again on social media, Mohamed Jbali has reportedly still not actually received the summons in the weeks since Danielle filed suit.
In the past, he's proven that he's skilled at avoiding court documents and the people who deliver them. So ... this should be interesting.
Mohamed isn't exactly a wealthy man either.
However, we should note that he recently passed on a job opportunity that could have earned him $10,000 in one day.
It wasn't a television appearance.
Mohamed Jbali expressed his frustration and disappointment that a porn company offered him the gig.
"Oh. My. God. So, you guys watched me on TV before, right? And you always see my posts here on my Instagram. Is there anything saying that I would be in an adult movie?"
It was an offer. His response was supposed to give them their answer.
"How stupid people are these days! How! A professional company -- a professional, I mean, a production company, they send me a professional email offering me to fly to LA. Everything is paid, and they are willing to pay me a ten thousand dollars for one day of filming for an adult movie."
That's a good deal. A lot of top-notch professional porn stars can make a couple of thousand dollars in a day. And, again, they're professionals.
Mohamed Jbali is a reality star, though. That counts for something.
"Like, how stupid is the person who thought about that? Before you offer something, you need to make sure that you’re offering to the right person. Crazy people! That’s all I can say."
That's not usually how offers work.
You offer someone something because they'd be a good fit, and then it's up to them to respond.
Disappointingly, it looks like Mohamed might be one of those people who views sex work as shameful.
If it were just a personal preference, he could have just said "no." Instead, he comes across as disgusted.
Like we said, it's disappointing.
And we wonder if he'll be singing a different tune if Danielle wins her lawsuit against him.