Despite claims that her deportation is inevitable, Larissa Lima says that it's all a lie, and that she's working hard to remain in the U.S., legally.
She has even offered evidence of those efforts, though details of her immigration status remain confidential for now.
But the 90 Day Fiance: Happily Ever After? star has a court date on Thursday, May 30 for her domestic battery arrest on January 10.
Some believe that this trial will ensure that she gets sent packing to Brazil.
Others - Larissa included - are hopeful that it's just one more hurdle for her to overcome before she can live her best life, leaving Colt in her past.
Before any of that goes down, however, Larissa wants to set the record straight with her fans.
Take a look at what she has to say:
Larissa Lima has a court date on Thursday
But before she goes to trial to clear her record, she wants to first clear her name with 90 Day Fiance fans who have latched onto rumors, whispers, and outright lies about her for too long.
Recently, fans learned the truth
Larissa has two children back in Brazil. One is living with their father, the other is living with their aunt. She talks to them all of the time.
To some, it was a shock
Those who follow Larissa on social media or who read about her have known this since November of 2018. Now, those who only watch the show know.
WIll Larissa be joining them soon?
Last weekend, Debbie -- Larissa's former mother-in-law -- claimed that Larissa's deportation is imminent, and that it will likely happen after Larissa's May 30 court date.
Larissa said that this is untrue
She was shocked that her fans, friends, and even family saw this story, and quickly assured everyone that it is untrue. She didn't mention Debbie specifically, in part due to her divorce agreement stipulating that she not disparage Colt or various third parties.
And Larissa had good news
On Tuesday, she asked fans for luck for a very important "appointment." Knowing that it was two days BEFORE her court date, fans were quick to assume that it had to do with her immigration status. And they were right!