It has been nearly a month since Larissa Lima and Colt Johnson's toxic marriage came to a violent end.
It's been weeks, but these troubled 90 Day Fiance exes continues to lob accusations at each other.
Larissa says that Colt deactivated her phone and robbed her blind.
But some have accused Larissa of only having gotten with Colt in the first place because she was fishing for a Green Card.
It's been known to happen, but Larissa says that she was never in this relationship for US citizenship.
In a lengthy essay, she explains it all, and you have to admit that her argument makes a lot of sense.
Larissa's real reason for getting with Colt might be a little hard to believe, but she swears that it's true.
Was Larissa just with Colt for a Green Card?
That would explain why she put up with him for as long as she did, and why she got with him in the first place. But as people claimed that this was her goal all along, Larissa hit back. In an Instagram essay shared by blogger John Yates, Larissa made it clear that she wasn't after a Green Card -- and she shares the unbelievable REAL reason she got with Colt.
First of all ...
"My former husband is the one who came to talk to me," Larissa writes. "And chased me for days online before I gave him any attention."
"I did not want to talk to him," she says.
Larissa explains that she was reluctant "because I could not communicate in English. I never put myself out there on dating sights to find an American guy."
Even their initial chats didn't always go so well
"I found the communication really hard with him," Larissa admits. "And I even blocked him a couple of times and talked to him again weeks later." (Pro-tip: if you've blocked a guy more than once, maybe your marriage isn't meant to be)
It was, she says, all Coltee's idea
"He was the one who insisted to meet," Larissa writes. "And made all arrangements for the first meeting in Mexico." This photo is from that meet-up.
Larissa explains how her Green Card scheme WOULD work
"If I had a dream of coming to the US," Larissa explains. "I would create a profile on dating sights and target a wealthy man, like many women do."