As we reported last week, Larissa Lima completed her court-ordered domestic violence awareness classes.
But that doesn't mean that the 90 Day Fiance legend is completely out of the woods following her polarizing January arrest.
Has she complied with all of the court's instructions?
And she has another hearing coming up very soon.
Take a look below:
Larissa Lima with a Rose
90 Day Fiance villain Larissa Dos Santos Lima poses with a single red rose. Notably, she is a big fan of flowers and feels indignant when she does not receive one from a suitor.
For Larissa, her love story is also a horror story
We all know that her marriage to Colt Johnson was toxic -- that much was apparent on camera. But when cameras were not rolling, things got so much worse. Be warned: some of the following images are graphic and contain blood.
January 10, 2019 was a grisly night
Larissa Lima took to social media late that night to inform fans of what had gone down on the final night of her terrible marriage. The sight of her blood-smeared face continues to haunt many fans.
It was genuinely upsetting
Larissa reported that after hours of "torment" that she received from Colt, she had lashed out, scratching his lip in her attempt to get him to stop. As a result, she said, he had called the police on her. This was not the first time that he had had her arrested, though the incident from November 2018 had stemmed from police being called on Colt (even though Larissa was arrested then, too).
Here's a photo of Colt the same night
To be clear, inflicting any degree of physical violence upon a partner qualifies as domestic violence. After Colt reportedly claimed to police that his nails were too short to scratch Larissa (a claim questioned by 90 Day Fiance fans, who noted that his nails appeared longer in many photos, too long for him to be a "chronic nail biter"), police arrested Larissa. And Colt filed for divorce while she was behind bars.
Larissa moved in with a friend
Larissa's friend, Carmen Nys, also lives in Vegas, and she took Larissa in and gave her a place to stay.
Larissa even moved on romantically
In February, Larissa joined Tinder, looking for a serious relationship. She ended up with Eric, who was a total upgrade.
However, she wasn't out of the woods yet ...
Debbie, Colt's mother, gleefully predicted that Larissa would be deported. Larissa took to social media at the time to insist that it was not true.
She had reason to hope
There are resources for people who are looking to maintain legal residency and resist deportation, and Larissa availed herself of one of them.
But she still had a trial coming up
In late May, Larissa had her assault trial. Tensions were high -- because if she were to be found guilty, her criminal record could see her deported from the US and returned to Brazil.
The results were ... complicated
A number of outlets reported that Larissa had been found "guilty," but the truth wasn't quite so binary. The judge wanted to give Larissa the opportunity to demonstrate her sincerety, so she was required to pay fines, attend a fixed number of domestic violence awareness classes, and complete her community service.
That's not the same as a "guilty" verdict
The judge wanted Larissa to return in early July, and she agreed to do just that. She also took to social media to clarify that she had not been found guilty.
Not every outlet ignored the nuance
Larissa gave a shoutout to THG for spelling out the trial's results in their entirety.
Larissa remained focused on her goals
She worked with immigration resources to ensure that her trial wouldn't lead to her deportation.
And she attended her DV classes
Larissa chose to look at the classes as a learning experience, and even as an opportunity to educate her followers.
In fact ...
At times, it looked like she was using her classes to accuse Colt of various forms of abuse. Given their divorce agreement, she could not simply come right out and say it.
She learned a lot
Including maybe some helpful tips on how she can make future relationships healthier, at least on her side.
And she learned about some red flags
Using leverage like shelter, money, and immigration status as a weapon against a partner is never healthy or okay.
Larissa more recently shared a throwback
Things like the alleged incidents that she has described, from him reporting her phone stolen to dousing her with a drink out of anger, are not okay.
Larissa also met some nicer people
After breaking up with Eric in September, she did end up going on a friendly date with fellow 90 Day Fiance star Corey Rathgeber. No, they did not kiss. But one night out ignited a firestorm between Larissa and Evelin Villegas.
She also had community service
Since Larissa's trial was at the end of May and June is of course Pride Month, Larissa very appropriately spent time working the trans hotline.
Her next court date was in July
Very simply, Larissa simply had to show the judge that she was taking this seriously and that she was both staying out of trouble and actively complying with court orders.
Things calmed down after a while
After her breakup with Eric, they made peace, and the feud with Evelin died down, too
In late November, Larissa shared that she had completed her domestic violence awareness classes.
And that's not all ...
RadarOnline reports that Larissa has paid off all of her fines and 48 hours of community service on top of having finished her six months of domestic violence prevention classes.
But that's not the end
Larissa has another hearing scheduled for December 4.
Hopefully, it will go just fine
After all, it looks like Larissa has done everything that she needs to in order to comply with the court's orders.
In the mean time ...
Larissa has been a huge success when it comes to Instagram endorsements.
We wouldn't bet against the Queen
Seriously, the same attitude that made her such an entertaining reality star also gives her a drive to succeed. We'll see how Wednesday's hearing goes.