Former 90 Day Fiance couple Molly and Luis are over. So over, in fact, that one of them has already moved on.
Luis got married just a few months after their divorce, and now Molly is speaking out.
She says that this marriage is proof that he was just using her to get into America.
Molly Hopkins spoke to Us Weekly and says that Luis Mendez's wedding is evidence that he is no good.
"I feel it clearly shows he was possibly using me and my finances to get here," Molly says.
"Because," she reasons. "Our divorce was final in May."
Their divorce was May 4. Luis then got married in September, just four months later.
"So he either already knew her and had a plan all along and I’m a fool," Molly explains.
"Or," Molly says. "We are both fools if she doesn’t know him."
That makes sense. It does seem like either Luis had this woman on the side all along, or has simply moved on.
Molly warns that Luis is not to be trusted "because I met Jekyll in the Dominican [Republic] and got Hyde here, or vice versa."
(For the record, Hyde is generally the bad guy)
"Either way," Molly wishes. "May it work out."
She explains that she gives this union her blessing "because I’m glad he’s gone."
As we previously reported, Luis gushed about his new bride.
"I love this girl so much," he shared. "She’s amazing."
Luis has yet to reveal his new wife's identity.
"The most amazing part was meeting her," he raved. "Because she changed all life to happiness."
He says that he and Molly "have no contact."
Despite the contentiousness of their relationship, Luis doesn't seem to outwardly harbor any ill will towards his ex.
"I just want to be happy," Luis claimed.
That said, he wants to keep his distance.
If Molly has a response to his marriage, he said, "I don’t want to know anything about it."
"But," Luis continued. "If she wants to congratulate me, it’s OK."
Before speaking out, Molly did go on Instagram live and acknowledge that Luis had gotten married.
"Oh yeah, for all of you who care," Molly said. "I totally got used, but it’s all good
“Yeah, he’s married to someone else," she acknowledged. "She looks older than me, from the Dominican Republic."
"So all the people who thought I was crazy, his situation was pretty lovely," Molly said of their erstwhile relationship.
"I mean, we were together for two years, so it’s all good," Molly concluded. "Oh God, it doesn’t hurt at all. I’m good. I’m so good."
At one point, it appeared that Luis was accusing Molly of abusing him during their marriage.
Domestic violence is extremely serious.
Even before that, a lot of people were convinced that Molly was no angel -- but that Luis was just trying to use her.
Some would say that two bad apples deserve each other.
We would say that the entire world is better off with one fewer toxic relationship.