She just needed a helping hand! 90 Day Fiancé star Danielle Jbali got a ton of backlash last week after she got real and candid about the money problems she was facing despite the fact that she is a TLC reality TV star. But even though she got a lot of hate, she also got a lot of support from fans who felt sympathy for the mom-of-four who was struggling to make ends meet as a single parent who is working two jobs and also going to school. Now, Danielle took to Facebook to share an update with her supporters and revealed that she was able to get her life back on track just in time before the holidays.
“I want to thank everyone who donated to the GoFundMe that was set up by a friend. It showed me that there are people who care and do it out of the kindness of their heart. It really helped and I was able to pay what was behind with my money and paid what was due for December,” the 45-year-old wrote on Facebook. “I started my new job this past Wednesday so that will help. I also would like to thank everyone who as ordered cameos and autographs from me because that money has helped too. I want to say thank you to all my supporters, family and friends throughout the last four years and I hope you continue to follow me.”
According to Danielle’s initial Instagram post, she said her main job cut her hours back to only 20 hours a week and she had to get another job to compensate for the pay cut. But even after she got a second job, she still fell behind on her lot rent payments at the trailer park she lives at, and the park wouldn’t allow her to make partial payments on her back rent. So she revealed that she was facing the possibility of eviction from the lot if she didn’t pay her past due amount. But thankfully, one of Danielle’s pal set up a GoFundMe campaign to help her out in her time of need and the fundraiser ended up raising $658 for Danielle and her family. Even though it fell short of its goal, it was still enough to help Danielle and her family.
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