She’s back! Fans have been so worried about 90 Day Fiancé star Larissa Dos Santos Lima after she was arrested over the weekend. Larissa was detained on domestic battery charges after a very public fight with her husband Colt Johnson. On Sunday, Larissa was released from jail after posting bond. Now, she returned to Instagram with a new bio — and she shared an update on her well-being in a heartfelt message with her fans.

Fans first noticed that Larissa had returned to Instagram when she removed her heartbreaking cry for help after Colt took her phone away from her during their fight. Larissa removed the pleas from her bio and she just updated her bio with one very poignant word: Survivor. Then, Larissa shared a statement in a text post on her Instagram story where she thanked everyone for their concern and she confirmed that she is currently safe.

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“Hello everyone. Thank you for the support and love. I am safe and resting,” Larissa, 31, wrote in her statement. “The past 48 hours have been the most difficult in my life. But reading the messages from all of you has made me smile. God bless and thank you. I’ll update soon.”

It’s a relief to know that Larissa is okay now, especially because it seemed like she was in danger during her fight with Colt. Larissa took to her Instagram story to document the couple’s argument — which stemmed from the fact that Colt wanted Larissa to hide their relationship and make it seem that they were not together on social media. At some point, Colt took Larissa’s phone so she couldn’t continue to share updates about their fight with her followers, and she sent an SOS via her Instagram bio. “HE TURNED OFF HIDE MY PHONE. HELP ME. HE WANTS TO CALL THE POLICE HELP ME,” Larissa’s message read.

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Things allegedly escalated to the point where concerned fans called the police, Larissa was ultimately arrested for domestic battery. Larissa has not yet been officially charged with the alleged domestic battery, and she’s due back in court next month.

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