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90 Day Fiancé: Colt has filed for divorce after Larissa’s arrest: Will she face deportation?

Colt Johnson from 90 day fiance.
Colt Johnson has filed for divorce from Larissa Dos Santos after six months of marriage. Pic credit: TLC.

90 Day Fiancé couple Larissa and Colt recently had another domestic violence dispute that led to an arrest. Larissa was charged with assault/battery and was consequently taken into police custody.

Colt filed for divorce shortly after her arrest.  

According to multiple to reports, Colt called the local Las Vegas police after having a fight with Larissa. The police investigated the domestic dispute and assessed the couple’s injuries.

They determined that Larissa was the aggressor and reportedly believed that the wounds on her torso were self-inflicted and the deep laceration on her face was not inflicted by Colt.

The police officers at the scene inspected Colt’s nails and determined that he was a nail biter.  

However, John Yates, a 90 Day Fiancé blogger, published several photos of Colt with his nails grown, leading to some speculation from fans that he may have bitten his nails off after the domestic dispute.

Colt and Larissa star in Season 6 of 90 Day Fiancé and the couple got married in June of last year. In a little under 6 months, it appears their marriage is over unless Colt calls off the divorce. 

GoFundMe has been created by Larissa for her bail and legal fees following her arrest. The campaign managed to go over its goal of $3000 in less than 24 hours. 

It is unclear at this point whether Colt will follow through with the divorce or attempt to amend his relationship with Larissa.  

Will Larissa get deported following her arrest? 

Colt Johnson and Larissa Dos Santos are still in the green card process. Larissa’s multiple domestic violence arrests can affect her chances of getting a green card.

If she is convicted on an aggravated felony or crimes involving “moral turpitude”, the reality TV star could be deemed inadmissible for a green card and face deportation.