'90 Day Fiance' figure accused of attacking husband in Vegas

Lawrence Kim
Января 12, 2019

Larissa's arrest made the headlines for quite a while. She has been charged with misdemeanor domestic battery with a bail set at $3,000.

According to police, Johnson, 33, alleged Lima attacked him first and upon questioning the pair, determined that Lima was the primary aggressor - which ultimately requires her to be arrested, according to Nevada state law.

Cops checked Larissa's criminal history and saw she had two previous arrests for domestic battery ( both cases dismissed) however they arrested her again.

A GoFundMe page has since been created to help pay for Larissa's bail and legal fees, with a goal of raising $5,000. "I need one attorney he called the cops". When police arrived, Johnson wasn't home but Lima was treated for her injuries on scene.

In his post, he shared a message from Carmen in which she tells Colt that Larissa would be willing to retract her accusations against him if he would simply bail her out. The photos appear to show Lima's bloody face as well as scratches and abrasions to her body.

UPDATE - TMZ has talked with police and got more details on exactly what went down. Over the course of the entire show, Colt and Larissa have been in the radar of viewers due to their spat after marriage. Yates alleges Larissa was found at the friend's home and arrested.

Police say a Brazilian woman featured on a TV show about people who receive US immigration visas while planning marriage has been arrested and accused of attacking her husband in Las Vegas. As of the publishing of this article, Larissa has already raised $1687.

"Colt argued because many vids he tortured me", Larissa later wrote on her Instagram Story, captured by fans. "I received medical help and I am safe at my friend's house", her post read. I am exhausted of lies either from my wife or further continued by people that prey on others.

Domestic violence is not a publicity method to gain followers. I only enable her to continue her behavior and each time it becomes worse and worse.

Asa Hawks is a writer and editor for Starcasm.

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