She’s telling her side of the story! Earlier this year, multiple reports claimed that 90 Day Fiancé: Before the 90 Days star Darcey Silva and her twin sister Stacey Silva were allegedly arrested after a “cat fight” broke out between them — and fans just learned that Darcey’s brush with the law was what led to the end of her relationship with boyfriend Jesse Meester. But Stacey made an appearance on the 90 Day Fiancé Live aftershow and she explained exactly what went down between her and her sister that night — and she hinted that their fight was actually about Darcey’s relationship with Jesse.

“First of all, I want to say my sister and I love each other very much and we’re twin sisters, we have an amazing bond, we have arguments like any other sibling,” the 44-year-old told 90 Day Fiancé Live host Michelle Collins. “It was just tit for tats that night. Honestly, we have for tats all the time, I tried to open her eyes on many occasions to let her know that I feel like [Jesse] was not being a good person to her and manipulating her in his own right — even though he says she manipulated him.”

When asked if the fight between her and Darcey got physical, Stacey denied the claims. “It did not, although it did say [it did] in the media and it was just blown out of proportion. We did argue, it was late at night — I’m not going to go into too much detail, but we learned our lesson,” she said.  

Stacey continued to downplay their fight, and while she confirmed that cops were called to their condo, Stacey claimed that neither of them got arrested that night. “We got citated, we never got handcuffed, we never got sent to jail, we just had to go to court and the case got dismissed and we’re fine,” Stacey said. “It’s nothing I wish upon anybody, we learned our lesson. It brought us stronger together.”

But that’s not what was stated in police documents. Darcey and Stacey were allegedly both arrested on Feb. 8, 2018, and they were each issued a misdemeanor summons for disorderly conduct after they got into an “argument that reportedly escalated to a ‘catfight,’ with both women attacking the other,” according to local newspaper The Middletown Press‘s arrest blotter. Meanwhile, the arresting officer’s statement, which was obtained by Starcasm, claimed that “they were not punching each other but were pushing and pulling each other around the house.”

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