‘90 Day Fiance’ Tell-All Part 2: Which Couples Are Together, Who Split?

A battle until the end! The couples of 90 Day Fiancé revealed where they stand in their relationships during the Sunday, January 13, season finale.


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The couples had to relive some of the darkest parts of their relationship, and it definitely brought up some unresolved emotions. Catch up on what you might have missed during this week’s episode!

Ashley and Jay

Ashley and Jay’s relationship is on the rocks, even weeks after the reunion ended. At the tell-all, they had to relive their wedding being threatened, Ashley’s falling out with her old friend and, of course, Jay’s cheating.

“It’s just embarrassing because I really put all my love and time and money into him and I don’t want to waste my time on someone who doesn’t deserve or respect me,” Ashley said. “Maybe he really did just want a green card.”

She admitted she didn’t know if she wanted to be with her husband anymore.  

“When someone cheats on you, you don’t automatically fall out of love with them,” Ashley said. “But I know the smart thing to do is to leave him and that’s what I would tell anybody in my shoes.”

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Eric and Leida

Eric and Leida seem to be in a good place in their relationship, but the real issue is with Eric’s daughters, especially Tasha. Tasha video-chatted into the reunion to talk about her dad and their nonexistent relationship. Eric said he wasn’t speaking to his daughter until she apologized because he can’t rely on her, and the other couples attacked him.

“It’s hard for me to listen to this. You guys are wanting her to be an adult and do all these things,” Kalani said. “But then you’re treating her like a child, like, ‘Oh, your room should be clean.’ If she’s an adult, then she can have her s–t as dirty as she wants in her room.”  

Steven also made comments to Eric because he is the same age as Tasha and has no relationship with his mom. Steven urged Eric to fix the relationship while he still has the chance.

“I absolutely do feel remorse because it does hurt,” Eric said as he started crying. “She’s my daughter. I do love her, but she’s not respecting Leida. This is tough love.”  

Courtesy of Eric Rosenbrook/Instagram

Jonathan and Fernanda

The majority of the drama Jonathan and Fernanda endured at the reunion was their feud with Colt and Larissa. They got to watch their wedding in Chicago and talked about their plans to have another, bigger wedding in Mexico.

“This isn’t the wedding of my dreams, but it’s with the man of my dreams and that’s the only thing that matters,” Fernanda said on her wedding day.

They did talk about Jonathan’s relationship with his family, and he said he was working on that because of Fernanda.

“I’m a better person because of her,” he said. They seemed to be very much in love but have since split, with Jonathan confirming the breakup to In Touch on Thursday, January 10.

“I haven’t spoken to Fernanda since December 22,” he told In Touch. “I have a lot going on and so in the midst of all the craziness, I try to focus on what’s important.”

Courtesy of Jonathan Rivera/Instagram

Steven and Olga

Olga was not able to come to the reunion because Steven applied for her green card late, but it doesn’t seem like their relationship is in jeopardy because Steven is in a better place himself.

“I wish Olga was at the tell-all with me. It makes me upset, knowing that I can’t be with her,” Steven said. “At the end of the day, it is my fault that she’s not here right now. All the blame is on me for that one.”

When Steven viewed footage from the episode weeks later, he regretted saying that he didn’t feel like he needed to apologize to Olga for anything.

“I think I should’ve said sorry to Olga. I think I was just caught in my own mind,” he revealed. “I felt like an a–hole. I feel like I should have apologized to her for everything.”

Courtesy of Olga Koshimbetova/Instagram

Colt and Larissa

Larissa and Colt’s appearance at the reunion was nothing short of explosive. Besides fighting with all of the other couples, they argued about aspects of their own relationship, such as Larissa’s insecurities and her arrest that could lead to her deportation.

“It’s a miracle that we even showed up,” Colt said.

Colt’s mother, Debbie, even video-chatted into the show to discuss her tumultuous relationship with Larissa, and the other couples couldn’t help but comment.

“I will never yell at Jon’s mom like that because I’m thinking that like cross the line. You should respect your family. Someone is talking about your mom, you feel offended,” Fernanda said about the way Larissa treats Debbie. “It’s not your mom’s fault.”

Debbie also revealed, to Colt and Larissa’s surprise, that she plans on moving out soon.

“I believe in one thing, that if someone don’t respect me, it can affect my judgment of them,” Larissa said. “I should choose to be more patient to her.”

It was revealed on Saturday, January 12, that Colt had filed for divorce after Larissa’s third arrest for domestic battery, with Debbie paying for the court filing, so it appears they were unable to work out their issues.

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