’90 Day Fiance’ Alum Danielle Jbali Says Mohamed Could Possibly Be Deported After All
He might not be in America much longer! One of the biggest sagas in 90 Day Fiancé history was Danielle Jbali‘s journey to try to get her ex-husband Mohamed Jbali deported during Season 2 of the TLC spin-off 90 Day Fiancé: Happily Ever After. But now, it seems like Danielle’s binder full of evidence was actually not all for naught. She took to her Instagram on Monday, Dec. 17, to share an update on Mohamed’s green card status and Danielle revealed that there is a possibility that Mohamed could get deported after all. Watch the video above to see Danielle’s message and don’t forget to subscribe to our YouTube Channel.
Fans watched as Danielle tirelessly tried to prove that Mohamed committed marriage fraud by printing out tons of Mohamed’s alleged text message and direct message conversations with multiple women while they were married. Danielle felt that Mohamed used her in order to gain entry into the United States on the K-1 visa as Danielle’s fiancé, marry her, then obtain a green card as the spouse of United States citizen. It didn’t help Mohamed’s case that he up and left Danielle only two months after he received his green card.
“I felt used, so I filed for an annulment. That was my best chance to get him deported. But when he begged me to file for a divorce instead, I gave in so he could stay in America,” Danielle explained in her on-camera interview.
Danielle agreed to file for a divorce under the pretense that Mohamed would still remain a close friend to her, but after she filed he stopped communicating with her. She tracked him down in Miami and when she called Mohamed to try to meet with him, he threatened to file a restraining order against her. That’s when she decided to try to get him deported by trying to get an annulment instead of the divorce. But ultimately, Danielle settled for a divorce, so Mohamed was allowed to remain in the United States.
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