Last week, Larissa Lima accused Colt Johnson of stealing her money and deactivating her phone as an act of petty revenge.
It looks like she is now prepared to take those accusations to court.
Despite Colt's claim that he and Larissa have no community property, Larissa disagrees.
She has now filed her formal response to Colt's request for a divorce.
Though she agrees that they should divorce, she has some major caveats.
Coltee is not going to like this. ...
Larissa filed her own divorce papers
On January 11, while Larissa was still waiting to be bailed out of jail, Colt filed to divorce her.
That was fast!
In fact, Colt filed for divorce with such alacrity that Larissa voiced the theory that he had planned their fight and their split in advance -- a theory that has since been echoed by a number of 90 Day Fiance fans.
He and Debbie packed up her things
Of course, Larissa says that Colt left out almost everything of value that she owned.
She called him out on that last week
She says that the only thing of any real value that she retained from her marriage was her iPhone, which Colt recently reported as stolen, preventing her from making payments on her phone plan even though it is hers. Apparently, Colt and Debbie wouldn't let her get anything else, from her luggage to her Goodwill wedding dress.
Worst of all ...
Larissa uploaded screenshots of Colt moving money -- thousands of dollars -- out of their shared account, leaving her with enough to buy lunch and little else. This is money that they earned from 90 Day Fiance and from doing Cameo videos for fans, Larissa says.
Colt made some claims in his divorce filing
The good news is that he checked a box indicating that Larissa is not pregnant.
But Colt claims it should be an easy divorce
In documents acquired by The Blast, he says that he and Larissa share no community property. He asks the judge to grand a swift divorce so that he can move on.
Larissa is firing back
On February 8, less than one month after Colt filed for divorce, Larissa filed her response
She agrees that the marriage should end
But, according to The Blast, she is demanding that Colt pay her spousal support
Here's what she's asking for:
Larissa wants $1,000 a month from Colt. All things considered, that is not a lot of money, especially for someone who cannot legally work in the United States.
She wants one more thing ...
... Half of everything else. Larissa wants a 50/50 split of their home furnishings and a 50/50 split of their joint bank accounts. We suspect that she means from BEFORE Colt started siphoning the money into his personal accounts.
Colt can't love that
Some people end marriages very generously, even if they're heartbroken. Others have very generous prenups. Colt ... is very different.
Colt has even joked about money
He offered to sell himself as a fake boyfriend for Valentine's Day on Instagram. He's joking, but we don't recommend that you DM him about it -- the dude is notoriously horny and, from what Larissa said last December, appears "unable to help himself" when it comes to replying to his female fans.
Colt has even joked about his compulsive issues
Larissa once shared a receipt of Colt paying about $60 for a single porn video, which was apparently what began the argument that would be his and Larissa's final fight. Based upon that and everything else that we've heard, it sounds like Colt may have a real problem.
But is Larissa asking for enough?
Colt says that he works as a software engineer for Konami Gaming. On average, that kind of gig rakes in six figures. He also lives with his mother. Despite giving off the impression on 90 Day Fiance that he doesn't make all that much, he may be making enough that Larissa could -- and should -- be asking for a lot more than $1,000 per month.
But then again ...
Colt did only recently land his current job in Vegas after having lost his job in Seattle. It could be that Larissa knows something about his finances that the rest of us do not. As strange and toxic as their marriage was, she was his wife.
Before you put her on blast for asking for support ...
First of all, she is 100% entitled to ask for support as his wife. That's, like, marriage 101. Well, 103. We're pretty sure that "don't hurt each other" and "don't cheat" are important lessons that this particular 90 Day Fiance couple seems to have missed.
Also, she needs the cash
Larissa may look like she's living her best life on social media these days, but a few glimpses on Instagram are not the same as real life. Remember, she had to crowdfund to pay legal fees, and she's paying three different attorneys for three very important cases.
The goal is to not get deported
Larissa needs to fight to stay in the country, get divorced, and she also needs to fight her looming criminal case.
January was Larissa's THIRD domestic battery arrest
Charges were dropped the first two times. This time, Colt is pressing charges, even though Larissa shared a video of herself smeared with her own blood and accused him of hurting her.
Even after she cleaned up, it was scary
Larissa had injuries to her face and to her torso. Colt claimed to police that her wounds were self-inflicted to keep her out of trouble after she hurt him. Larissa insists that she fought back, scratching his lip, purely in self-defense.
There's no love lost between them these days
Larissa is even using memes to show what she thinks of Coltee
You can bet that he'll fight her requests in court
If Colt and Debbie were going to give Larissa her other belongings without a fight, they would have done so in January. It sounds like Colt decided to keep some things, and Larissa will have to fight him in court -- a battle that he can probably afford to keep going for longer than she can.
And there's no way that he wants to pay her each month
If he really is making even low six-figures, then $1,000 per month would be less than one-eighth of what he makes most months. But that doesn't mean that he'll be willing to part with it.
Colt wants to spend his money on himself, not on Larissa
This is especially true if, as some fans believe, Colt has some very expensive habits that tie up his financial resources. Again, he himself has made reference to his expensive porn habit. It's not a secret.
Ultimately, it will be up to the court to decide
Until then, we guess that Larissa will continue to rely upon crowdfunding and the kindness of her friends to keep her on her feet.