Amicable exes? Not so much. There’s been several tense breakup scenes on 90 Day Fiancé, showing how incredibly ~awkward~ it gets when some of the relationships go sour. Falling in love with a foreigner obviously comes with it’s own obstacles, whether it’s family drama, trust issues or even rumors of infidelity. For #TBT, we’re looking back at the most dramatic on-camera splits.

Unfortunately for Danielle Jbali (née Mullins), her love story ended in heartbreak. The TLC alum met her future husband, Mohamed Jbali, in an online chat room and he even relocated to Ohio from Tunisia to tie the knot. However, their romance quickly fizzled because he left Danielle two months after receiving his green card — moving to Miami. She considered getting an annulment, but later divorced him in 2017 so he could stay in America. He now resides in Austin, Texas.

Most Dramatic On-Camera 90 Day Fiance Breakups
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Molly Hopkins and her former flame, Luis Mendez, also had a tumultuous split. As fans may recall, she fell for him when he was working as a bartender in the Dominican Republic and he moved in with her not long after. Because of their 15-year age gap, Molly’s romance didn’t exactly sit well with her daughter, Olivia. After getting in several disputes, the couple split in January 2018 after six months of marriage, and their divorce was finalized in May. He has since remarried.

Of course, we have to mention Jesse Meester and Darcey Silva, since they had one of the most chaotic splits of all. The exes starred in both seasons 1 and 2 of 90 Day Fiancé: Before the 90 Days. Despite their efforts to make their long-distance romance work, it continued to go down in flames. Jesse previously claimed that Darcey chucked a Louboutin pump at his head during an argument, but Darcey claimed she tossed the shoes near his feet, giving him the chance to scuff her prized pumps in exchange for scuffing his white sneakers. Well, at least the drama is over.

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