Are 90 Day Fiancé couple Colt Johnson and Larissa Dos Santos Lima still together? It seemed like things between Colt and Larissa were over after they got into a fight that Larissa documented on her Instagram story — and their fight allegedly escalated to the point where LVMPD officers were called and ultimately resulted in Larissa’s arrest on domestic battery charges. Fans felt that there was for sure no hope of reconciliation between Colt and Larissa, but Colt took to Instagram three days after Larissa’s arrest to share a cute throwback photo of him with his wife.

“Throwback,” Colt, 33, wrote in the caption of the cute pic of the couple which seems to be taking during happier times. Fans flooded the comments and many of them sent their well wishes to the couple. “Nice photo!! Hoping you guys find a path to peace and happiness. Love isn’t easy… but worth it when it works,” one fan wrote, while another commented, “I hope you guys are able to work through your problems.”

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Colt’s post seemingly confirmed that he and Larissa are still together despite the drama, and she provided more details in an update she shared with fans on her Instagram story. “I needed time to heal my relationship with Colt. It’s fragile now I love him, he loves me, so we try to [manage] all the situation and we try to work and figure out all the legal issues,” Larissa, 31, said in a series of selfie videos, and she asked fans to respect her privacy while she focuses on healing.

According to the Las Vegas Justice Court docket obtained by In Touch, Larissa was arrested and detained on one count of misdemeanor domestic battery on Saturday, Nov. 10. She appeared in court on Sunday, Nov. 11, and her bail was reduced from $3,000 to $1,000. Probable cause was found in the case, and Larissa was released that same day. The Clark County District Attorney’s Office still has to review the case to find out if there is enough evidence to officially charge Larissa with the alleged domestic battery. Larissa’s next court date was originally set for Tuesday, Nov. 13, but it has since been pushed back to Dec. 11, 2018.

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