Less than 48 hours after his wife Larissa Dos Santos Lima’s domestic battery arrest, Colt Johnson made his return to Instagram. The 90 Day Fiancé star seemingly broke his social media silence by sharing a photo of one of his beloved cats, and he made no mention about Larissa or her whereabouts. Fans clearly were not here for Colt’s vagueness, and many of them took to the comments to demand an update on his wife’s well-being after she spent the night in jail.
“Forget the cat, where is Larissa? Is she OK or do you even care? Colt please let us know! Man up, you wanted to be on the show! You have our attention, speak up, please!” one fan begged, and another wrote, “Really? Larissa is in jail and you are posting pics of your pet? Where is your empathy? Come on, you should grow [u! You [are] no longer a teenager anymore. Larissa isn’t a saint, but she is not a bad person.”
Other fans took the opportunity to completely roast Colt for the way he’s handling his wife’s arrest. “Only p—y you’ll be getting for a while. When she gets out she gonna be mad,” one fan wrote, and another joked, “Even the cat looks like it’s judging him.”
It’s understandable that fans would be worried about Larissa. The Brazilian beauty was taken into custody on a domestic battery charge on Saturday, Nov. 10, as In Touch previously reported, but she has since been released after posting bond. Larissa had been documenting a nasty fight between her and Colt on her Instagram story in the hours leading up to her arrest, and things allegedly escalated to the point where concerned fans called the police. But in a now-deleted statement on Instagram, Colt explained that things weren’t as bad as they seemed and he revealed that he did not want to press charges against his wife.
“The police interviewed us but not long after they decided to arrest in Larissa,” Colt wrote. “No one was hurt and I did not press charges against my wife. However, it is policy in the state of Nevada that since we are in a domestic partnership, someone had to be arrested.”
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