90 Day Fiancé star Gino Palazzolo and Jasmine Pineda hit a roadblock in their relationship when she refused to get a prenuptial agreement. Keep scrolling to find out if the couple ever agreed to a prenup, find out where they stand today and more.

What Has ‘90 Day Fiance’ Star Gino Said About Having a Prenup With Jasmine?

Gino revealed that he discussed a prenup with Jasmine during the June 11 episode of 90 Day Fiancé: Before the 90 Days.

“Jasmine and I had a brief conversation about [getting a] prenup in the past. She shut it down quickly,” he said during a confessional. “And I didn’t want to drag this thing out. But now prenup is something that I’m actually considering because I want to protect myself.”

During the episode, Gino’s cousin Marco told the reality star that he seemed scared that Jasmine would “walk away” if he brought up getting a prenup again.

“Not just walk away, she’s gonna blow up,” Gino responded. “It’s like saying I don’t trust you.”

Despite his hesitations, the TLC personality acknowledged that he couldn’t keep “putting off this premium conversation” and that it was time for him to “stand up” for himself.

“But, you know, it might not go well. We could permanently break up or something,” Gino continued. “And you know, I don’t want to be in that situation. I understand. I’m not gonna get pushed around.”

What Has ‘90 Day Fiance’ Star Jasmine Said About Having a Prenup with Gino?

Jasmine didn’t take Gino’s request for a prenup well during the June 25 episode.

While having dinner together, Gino explained he believed a prenup could be good for them because it would provide both parties with financial security.

“I’m just taking it out,” Jasmine responded as she took her engagement ring off. “And we are no longer engaged.”

She added, “From the bottom of my heart, f—k you.”

Later in the episode, Jasmine tore up the prenup and demanded that Gino leave her house. However, he refused to leave and hoped they would be able to talk things through.

During the July 2 episode, Jasmine told her sister Liz that her “anxiety levels [were] through the roof” following Gino’s request to have a prenup.

“You know my trauma, my ex-husband, he was very unfair with the divorce,” she said. “I was left with nothing. So I feel that [this] is like a nightmare repeating itself.”

Jasmine continued, “I’ve sacrificed so much for Gino and he’s asking for a contract even though I have to leave everything and go to the United States knowing if this doesn’t work I could end up in the streets, because he’s not going to give me anything.”

Liz then second-guessed Gino’s devotion to Jasmine. “With what my sister’s shown me, I would personally leave Gino. I’m not a hundred percent sure if he really loves her,” she said. “She’s suffering.”

Jasmine also admitted she experienced “a feeling of abandonment” with Gino’s request.

“For me, Gino was my world, you know? That he was my protector,” she said through tears. “But right now, with his actions, he’s showing that first, he doesn’t trust me and that he’s not willing to protect me.”
After Liz suggested that Jasmine leave Gino and find someone else, the reality star emotionally explained that she doesn’t want to break up with him.

Before Gino approached Jasmine with the prenup proposal, she did admit to her friends that his family is concerned about her intentions during the June 18 episode.

The Panama native said that his family views her as “an opportunist,” adding, “Someone who just wants to go to the United States, marry Gino and after I’m secure with the citizenship, just goodbye Gino.”

Jasmine then admitted she planned to ask Gino for more financial security when she moved to the United States.

“I want to suggest to him that he writes a will. And everything would be left in my name,” she said. “I mean, I’m leaving my family, my stability, my happiness, my beautiful country surrounded by seas. I need it.”

Jasmine continued to note how important it is that Gino takes care of her. “If I’m going to leave the only home I’ve ever known and move to Michigan, I really need to feel from Gino that I’m going to be looked after and that I’m going to be number one in his life and at this moment, I don’t feel like that,” she said.

During a preview clip for the June 25 episode, fans watched as Jasmine ripped up Gino’s proposed prenup, yelling at him to get out of her house and calling him a “f–king idiot.”

“I have no caption for this,” she shared via Instagram alongside the footage. “I take full responsibility on the nasty things that I said while feeling hurt, angry, undesired, rejected and like the ugliest woman on earth.”

Two days prior, the Panama native shared a video to Instagram with the caption, “Got my own money, but I won’t say no to more.”

Do '90 Day Fiance' Stars Gino Palazzolo and Jasmine Pineda Have a Prenup? Everything We Know
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Do ‘90 Day Fiance’ Stars Jasmine and Gino Have a Prenup?

The couple determined to not have a prenup during the July 2 episode.

“I’ve been thinking a lot since I spoke to the bartender and it seems like Jasmine and I fighting about the prenup was very likely due to cultural differences that we have,” Gino revealed in a confessional after they came to the decision. “I don’t believe that I’m going to regret the decision if [we] don’t have a prenup if it means being with the love of my life and the woman that I truly love.”

Meanwhile, Jasmine admitted in her own confessional that she would have signed a prenup if it meant they could stay together.

Are ‘90 Day Fiance’ Stars Jasmine and Gino Still Together?

The couple – who made their reality TV debut during season 5 of 90 Day Fiancé: Before the 90 Days – have had several ups and downs over the years. While Gino sent risqué photos of Jasmine to his ex, the season 6 trailer teased that she may have cheated.

Despite their problems, Gino and Jasmine got engaged at the end of season 5.

They have since deleted most of their photos together on social media, though have hinted that they’re still together by continuing to follow each other.

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