Three days after 90 Day Fiancé star Larissa Dos Santos Lima was arrested after an alleged domestic violence incident between her and her husband Colt Johnson, more details have been revealed — including Larissa’s mugshot.

“On Nov. 10, 2018, at approximately 1:15 p.m., officers were dispatched to a family disturbance at a residence in Northwest Las Vegas,” read a statement by LVMPD Officer Larry Hadfield obtained by In Touch. “Two people were contacted at the home who were arguing. At the conclusion of the investigation, it was determined that Dos Santos had committed Battery Domestic Violence on her husband and transported to the Clark County Detention Center.”

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Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department

According to the Las Vegas Justice Court docket obtained by In Touch, Larissa was arrested and detained on one count of misdemeanor domestic battery on Saturday, Nov. 10. She appeared in court on Sunday, Nov. 11, and her bail was reduced from $3,000 to $1,000. Probable cause was found in the case, and Larissa was released that same day. The Clark County District Attorney’s Office still has to review the case to find out if there is enough evidence to officially charge Larissa with the alleged domestic battery. Larissa’s next court date was originally set for Tuesday, Nov. 13, but it has since been pushed back to Dec. 11, 2018.

Larissa documented a fight between her and Colt early on Saturday, Nov. 10, which allegedly escalated and eventually led to her arrest. According to Larissa, the fight started because Colt told Larissa not to post any photos of her with him on social media because he wanted to hide their relationship in order to keep their storyline on 90 Day Fiancé a mystery. She then went on to claim that Colt caused some damage in their home after she refused to accept his apology, and she also claimed that at some point during their fight, he took her phone away. That’s when she posted a cry for help using the fields in her Instagram bio — which prompted concerned fans to call the police.

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