Danielle Mullins: Mohamed Jbali Would Be Deported If I Weren't So Nice!

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Danielle Mullins and Mohamed Jbali's contentious, controversial relationship has been credited with putting 90 Day Fiance on the map.

Now that fan donations saved Danielle's house, she's answering some additional questions that a number of fans had.

Just how hard did she work to get Mohamed deported? And, in this current climate, how likely is it that he'll be sent back to Tunisia?

Mohamed Jbali and Danielle Mullins, Wedding Day

Danielle shared a message to Instagram, clearly using speech-to-text (which jumbled a few words, which we've corrected).

"For those that are questioning whether I got my ex deported," Danielle's message begins.

She reveals: "The application he had to file in order to remove his conditions in order to get ten year card is backlogged over a year."

"So he could still get deported," Danielle explains.

"But then," she notes. "He could appeal."

Danielle Mullins Jbali statement on Mohamed deportation status

Danielle captioned the image with a little context.

"Info for people questioning my ex’s green card," Danielle writes.

Previously, fans have wondered if Mohamed might be deported after he revealed that some of his paperwork had been lost in the mail.

Many felt that it would be a real shame, since Mohamed has moved to Texas and is working hard to keep his life going.

Others feel that after he cheated on Danielle and seemed to simply use her to come to America, he doesn't deserve to be here.

Others still agree that Mohamed's motives were less than sincere, but felt that dealing with Danielle was enough that he "paid his dues," so to speak.

Danielle Mullins, No Glasses Selfie

Danielle also took to a video for her fans in which she elaborated a little on the subject of her ex.

"I felt used," Danielle explains. "So I filed for an annulment."

"That was my best chance to get him deported," she reasons.

Who could forget Danielle telling Mohamed that she would do everything in her power to get him deported?

"But when he begged me to file for a divorce instead," Danielle claims. "I gave in so he could stay in America."

For the record, her own attorney told her that an annulment was unlikely to go through, because they had consummated their marriage exactly once.

Larissa likes Danielle Mullins IG post about deportation

On a humorous note, Danielle's text post about how Mohamed could eventually appeal if his Green Card isn't extended was "liked" by Larissa Dos Santos Lima.

Larissa is part of this season of 90 Day Fiance's most controversial couple.

Some say that she and Coltee have inherited Danielle and Mohamed's mantle.

Colt strikes people as condescending and, frankly, more than a little weird.

Larissa strikes people -- literally -- according to her two arrests for domestic battery. She also loves to complain and flip out.

Also, just last week, Larissa exposed Colt's cheating with multiple women.

Did Larissa just sympathize with Danielle as a woman who's been cheated on, or is she taking notes on how to avoid deportation if she gets a divorce?

Mohamed Jbali, Texas Selfie

Danielle explained why Mohamed is still in the United States from her perspective.

So it makes sense that she claimed that it was her forgiving nature that allowed him to remain.

We suspect that Mohamed would tell a different story.

That said, he no longer seems interested in a reality career and just wants to live his life.

Perhaps, if he were paid more than the pittance that 90 Day Fiance offers most of its cast members, he would change his tune.

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