It wasn’t them! 90 Day Fiancé stars Ashley Marston and her husband Jay Smith got slammed by fans over the weekend after two separate GoFundMe accounts surfaced for them. Ashley previously addressed the validity of the GoFundMe that was set up in order to help her “send Jay’s cheating ass back to Jamaica.” Shortly after, another GoFundMe surfaced as a fundraiser for Jay to allegedly help him get on his feet and “and a place to stay.” In Touch can exclusively confirm that Jay did not create the second GoFundMe page, and Ashley took to Instagram to clarify for fans.

“I spoke with Jay and neither one of us has a go fund me. I posted trying to warn you not to send money. I got a ton of backlash,” Ashley, 31, wrote in a text post shared on her Instagram Story. “When someone made one for Jay (probably the same person) he just reposted it to be a smart ass! I can’t watch people send money to someone scamming them. Please stop sending money to either one. It isn’t either one of us!!! I have personally reported both! Everyone else should too!”

The description for Jay’s fake GoFundMe page read: “Need help to get in my feet,” which fueled rumors about Jay and Ashley’s possible split or separation. The goal was set at $5,000, and at the time of publication, the amount raised was $45.

Meanwhile, the description for Ashley’s fake GoFundMe page read:  “After [two] failed engagements and a disaster wedding where she ended up hitched to two-timing Jay, our girl deserves true honest love with the man of her dreams. Let’s help her get there by raising money for her divorce/annulment fees and get Jay’s butt sent back to Jamaica for good.” The goal was set at $50,000 before it was removed from the website.