One month ago, Larissa Lima and Colt Johnson reached a tentative divorce agreement.
Their engagement was volatile, and their 7-month marriage was even worse -- full of fights, scnadals, and arrests.
Now, a judge has finalized their divorce, but there's a catch that will impact them both for years to come. ...
Neither Colt nor Larissa has announced the good news on Instagram yet, not even in their Stories.
But TMZ reports that their divorce has been finalized at last.
On Tuesday, April 30, a judge signed off on the divorce agreement that the pair of exes had worked out.
Since they (thankfully!) did not have children together, there are no custody issues.
And even though Larissa has only fan donations and cannot work for herself for visa reasons, neither party will receive spousal support.
The divorce agreement does include a fun little caveat.
And it may explain why Colt and Larissa didn't immediately leap at the chance to announce that they're in the clear.
The agreement stipulates that neither may "slander, defame, disparage, or communicate untruths" about the other.
Don't worry, though.
What you're seeing on Season 4 of 90 Day Fiance: Happily Ever After? was filmed months and months ago, while they were still married.
So when you tune in on Sunday, you can still see them defame each other left and right.
Honestly, it is a tremendous relief to see them out of each other's lives.
Just days ago, 90 Day Fiance viewers saw Larissa pull the producer aside and confide that she feels deathly afraid in Colt's house.
That was before her arrest in November for alleged domestic battery.
It was also before her arrest in January, in which her head and torso were covered in injuries but Colt told police that they were self-inflicted.
It's impossible to know with absolute certainty what events led to Larissa being smeared with her own blood that night.
But we can all breathe a sigh of relief that they are no longer together.
Fans hope, however, that more was resolved behind the scenes than was in court.
As you may recall, Larissa accused Colt of reporting her phone as stolen when it was hers, preventing her from making further payments on it.
(She received a new iPhone when she did her divorce party at Crazy Horse III, a Vegas gentleman's club)
However, she also accused Colt and Debbie of holding onto a number of her possessions.
Among them were her luggage and even, weirdly, her wedding dress.
It's not like it was a family heirloom -- they famously picked it out at Goodwill.
After TLC sent its 90 Day Fiance stars a gift basket featuring T-shirts and similar thrifty collectables, Colt responded.
"I’d like to thank the hard working people at TLC and Sharp entertainment," Colt writes.
He praises: "I met some really nice and kind and hard working people."
"Everyone has been amazing and so nice," he notes.
Bizarrely, Colt's message concludes: "Without you, nothing would matter."
We're just going to chalk that up to him valuing the role of producers and crew.
These days, Larissa has a new boyfriend.
Eric is 26 years old. He's younger, hotter, and more independent than Colt.
Colt has suggested that he is still recovering emotionally from his marriage and breakup with Larissa.
Presumably, he still has his eye-poppingly expensive porn habit to keep him company.