Bye, bye privacy! On Sunday night's episode of 90 Day Fiancé: Happily Ever After, David Toborowsky's wife, Annie, opened up about what life will be like when his son moves in, and needless to say, she's not looking forward to it. The reality star admitted she and her hubby have sex five times a week, but when Jacob moves in, they'll only be able to do it twice a week.
"How many days is he with us?" Annie asked, to which David responded, "Four to five days a week and then Friday, Saturday, and Sunday with his friends." After doing some quick math, she added, "Okay, so if he's here five days a week and two days a week with his friend, we will have sex just two times a week." LOL. "Because he's here, I will not have sex with you. It's not a good idea to sleep next door and he hears his dad and his new wife." She then proceeded to make some, ahem, NSFW noises…
The comments on Facebook were equally hilarious, with one person writing, "Well, just ruined my day to know this guy gets laid more than I do…," and another adding, "Now we know why he's broke. He spends all his money on Viagra!" A third chimed in, "Wow! 5 times a week!!!!!??? Now I completely understand why she decided to marry that penniless old man. Woot woot!"
David's son is moving in, and Annie thinks it's a total buzz kill! 😬 Tune in to a new #90DayFiance: Happily Ever After Sunday at 8/7c.
Posted by 90 Day Fiance on Friday, May 25, 2018
Earlier this year, Jacob was accidentally shot in the face by a friend. Although it's unclear why the 18-year-old will be moving in with his dad for most of the week, it can be assumed that it has something to do with the incident. Back in February, David shared an update with fans on his Facebook page following a procedure that removed the bullet that was lodged in his cheek.
"I wanted to give an update on my son Jacob. He had surgery yesterday down in Houston. The damage to the muscles in his face are more severe than [first] thought," David wrote. "The main part of the bullet was removed. Please keep him in your prayers as the road he has is going to be long and hard. Thank you all again for the prayers, messages, and thoughts."
We wish Jacob well — and hope Annie's, uh, needs don't suffer too much with him around. ~Wink, wink.~