He’s speaking out. 90 Day Fiancé fans were shocked to find out that the rumors were true about Larissa Dos Santos Lima‘s past. The Brazilian beauty confirmed to In Touch that she is a mom to two children from previous relationships and that her kids stayed behind in Brazil when she moved to the United States to marry her husband, Colt Johnson. But Larissa told In Touch that she had a very serious reason to make that decision, and she slammed her second baby daddy Marcos Hack in the process. Now, in an exclusive statement to In Touch, Marcos is defending himself and denying the claims that Larissa made against him.

“I did not think I was not in the mood to expose myself,  but you have to realize the kind of [person] Larissa [is],” Marcos told In Touch in a statement that was translated from Portuguese to English. “[Someone] who leaves not one, but [three] children and talk a lot of bulls–t. And it’s okay? That’s serious and this person does not have the morals to speak of a stone — much less than a human being.”

Marcos absolutely dragged Larissa, and he denied all of the allegations Larissa made against him as an excuse for why she left her kids in Brazil and he claimed she had three children, which is one more than she admitted to having. “Yes, I had a relationship before with Marcos Hack, we lived for [two] years together,” Larissa, 31, told In Touch. “When our son was a baby, I found out that Marcos was a crossdresser and bisexual, he was cheating on me with many other men. He broke my heart in many pieces back there, I got really depressed. I found myself unable to take care of our son and his sister adopted him.”

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Larissa went on to slam Marcos further. She claimed that he had allegedly stolen money from his own brother and that he allegedly stole $20,000 from her credit cards. Because of that, Larissa’s credit was ruined and she was unable to find a job. “It is the reason I had to give my son to his sister,” Larissa told In Touch.

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