A couple of weeks ago, Larissa Lima exonerated Colt Johnson, saying that he wasn't the one who hacked her Instagram.
But apparently that olive branch, combined with pleas for her followers to not harass him, didn't buy her much.
Larissa's trial for an alleged domestic battery committed on January 10 is moving forward -- and starts incredibly soon.
Everything was all set up and ready to go for 90 Day Fiance to film the criminal trial.
Now, however, The Blast reports that the judge has abruptly banned all cameras.
What does this mean for Larissa's career?
And, for that matter, what does it mean for her court case?
Larissa is going to trial
Remember back in January when she and Coltee got into their final huge fight? He called the police on her, claiming to be the victim. And she has a trial coming up.
There's more at stake than her record
If she is convicted, even a sentence of probation could be disastrous -- because it could lead to her deportation.
But the trial wasn't going to be all bad
The plan had been for 90 Day Fiance to film it, though it's unclear if it was going to be for a special or for a later season of the show. (Notably, 90 Day Fiance: Happily Ever After? is believed to have wrapped filming months ago and will premiere on April 28)
So at least she'd get paid for this ordeal
Whether you're innocent or guilty -- and whether you believe that Larissa is innocent or guilty -- a trial is zero fun.
Everything was set up
Earlier this month, a judge granted Sharp Entertainment's motion to film Larissa's trial for 90 Day Fiance or for one of its spinoffs.
But now, something has changed
According to a report by The Blast, court documents reveal that the court has reversed course, and have banned 90 Day Fiance or any other reality show cameras from the courtroom.