Early this year, fans watched in abject horror as Leida Margaretha and Eric Rosenbrook wrote Tasha Rosenbrook, Eric's teen daughter, out of their lives.
The fallout from their 90 Day Fiance drama resulted in Leida securing a restraining order against Tasha. Wow.
Now, a lot has changed, including that daughter's name -- she now goes by Alari.
In a stunning new interview with In Touch Weekly, both Leida and Alari are speaking up.
Their feud has been quashed after the two women bonded over the most unlikely subject imaginable.
Is this Leida's redemption arc?
A villain no more?
Leida Margaretha was one of the most reviled stars of the 90 Day Fiance franchise. While she has clearly taken a lot of steps to change her tune, some fans may have a hard time letting go of what they've seen.
Why was Leida so hated?
On top of displaying a bad attitude upon arrival, she and Eric's adult teenage daughter, Tasha, did not get along at all when Leida arrived in the US. She eventually strongarmed Eric into making Tasha move out of her own apartment. Hearing Tasha's voice break as she began to cry was absolutely heartbreaking. At the Tell All special, Leida did not appear to express remorse. Then she secured a restraining order against Tasha, making it difficult for father and daughter to even see each other.
Leida has now dropped the restraining order
"The restraining order [was] never meant to be forever," she explains in a new interview with In Touch Weekly.
The beef is no more
"I did that because I had to," Leida claims. "I have nothing against Alari." Notably, Tasha is now going by Alari; we used her old name in the headline so that longtime fans will recognize her name.
She's glad that it's over
Leida adds: "It breaks my heart to see this family had to [be] this way, and I know that my husband, Eric, is really [caring] and he loves his kids."
Here's why she dropped the order
"Then when I heard they’re both sincere and talk each other again," Leida recalls. "I’m thinking like, ‘[Why] should I continue this family feud?" Note that the order was also a potential obstacle for Tasha's employment. Many jobs do background checks, and a restraining order is going to make you look like more of a risky hire than someone without one.