Just over a week ago, Danielle Mullins was asking fans for cash because she was at risk of losing her home.
She asked for $5,000 in crowdfunding, and the donations poured in for the former 90 Day Fiance star.
Now, she is thanking the fans who rode to her rescue.
Danielle Mullins Jbali took to Facebook to thank her fans and followers for their help.
"I want to thank everyone who donated to the GoFundMe that was set up by a friend," Danielle writes.
Some have speculated that Danielle herself may have set it up as if it were by a friend, but honestly, it doesn't matter.
"It showed me that there are people who care," Danielle gushes.
"And," she writes, it shows her that there are people who "do it out of the kindness of their heart."
"It really helped," Danielle assures her fans and followers.
"And," she continues. "I was able to pay what was behind with my money."
Danielle had previously shared that her work had cut her hours to 20 per week.
Even finding a second job did not come in time, and she had fallen behind on her rental payments on the trailer lot.
She also had some unexpected expenses, including a black mold crisis in her kitchen.
Now, she was able to cover those debts -- and more.
Danielle reveals that she paid her past due rent "and paid what was due for December."
Some fans may wonder if they've only delayed the inevitable.
Danielle is quick to make it clear that she doesn't expect to ask for further handouts in the near future.
"I started my new job this past Wednesday," Danielle announces.
"So," she writes. "That will help."
Of course, all of her plans and current employment could have been placed in jeopardy if she had temporarily lost her home.
There are others ways that fans and followers have supported her.
"I also would like to thank everyone who as ordered cameos and autographs from me," Danielle writes.
By cameos, she means short, personalized videos that followers can purchase.
Danielle continues: "because that money has helped too."
We are sure that it has.
"I want to say thank you to all my supporters," Danielle writes.
She continues: "family, and friends throughout the last four years."
Danielle has been one of the most controversial and most discussed figures on 90 Day Fiance.
Just the other day, Paola Mayfield credited Danielle and Mohamed with putting the series on the map.
"And," Danielle concludes. "I hope you continue to follow me."
Some were critical of Danielle for asking for cash from fans.
She is, after all, a reality star -- and they couldn't imagine why she needed money from followers.
The reality, as we spell out below, is that 90 Day Fiance stars don't make much at all.
It's a little shocking, especially in contrast with the show's solid ratings.
Others blasted Danielle for asking for money when there are non-famous people who die because they didn't receive enough donations to buy insulin.
Folks, Danielle is not responsible for that.
Direct your anger at the companies that charge ludicrous amounts for a cheaply produced life-saving medicine.
Or maybe direct your anger at a government that looks the other way instead of ensuring that all citizens have healthcare.
Danielle is only in charge of Danielle, and she needed to pay her rent.