On Sunday night, 90 Day Fiance: Happily Ever After? viewers witnessed the aftermath of Larissa Lima's second arrest.
Those who only watch the show, and don't keep up with Larissa and Colt in real time, were shocked.
They're wondering if Larissa will be deported.
That is a question shared by those who have kept up with their activities.
After Larissa's assault trial earlier this month, the verdict was not immediately clear.
Will Larissa be deported? The Blast overheard her speaking about just that.
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Will Larissa Lima be deported?
That is the question seemingly on everyone's lips -- particularly on those of viewers who saw Sunday night's episode of 90 Day Fiance: Happily Ever After?
The cameras were not there to capture it all -- we wish that they had been. As far as viewers were told, Larissa locked herself in the bathroom, someone called the police, Colt's door got broken down, and it was Larissa who was arrested.
So what really happened?
We, of course, do not claim to have any special knowledge about what went down in their home. However, those of us who were covering Larissa and Colt back when this happened in November remember it like it was yesterday.
Colt and Larissa had a heated argument
That afternoon, Larissa shared video of what she claimed was damage done to their downstairs (shelves knocked over) by Colt. That evening, as they argued, she locked herself in the bathroom.
This is when things went from bad to worse
Colt cut off Larissa's phone signal so that she could not call anyone. He would later explain that he hoped to diffuse the system and cause his wife to calm down. Instead, it terrified her and made her fear for her life.
She begged fans for help
Larissa could still access social media via the household WiFi, so she begged people on Instagram to contact Colt (she even shared his number) and implore him to turn her phone back on. The panic in her messages was very palpable to her fans and followers.