Though 90 Day Fiancé's Molly Hopkins wanted to make it work with Luis Mendez, the pair's rocky relationship wound up being too much to handle, and they filed for divorce earlier this year. However, all of the drama that lead up to their split was captured by the cameras, and fans can see everything go down on the new season of 90 Day Fiancé: Happily Ever After.
The estranged spouses have had plenty of ups and downs since they first met, but one of their arguments wound up effecting Molly's two children, as after an argument, Luis, who's from the Dominican Republic, abruptly left the home, only to return a few weeks later. "I want to say I'm so sorry for going like that," Luis apologized. "I came back and want to fix everything with us, with you, with me."
Though Molly, 42, stayed silent, her eldest daughter Olivia spoke up, explaining that actions speak louder than words. "I mean you just kind of left, and my mom was sad for weeks. When you're an adult and you have responsibilities, you can't just go to another place whenever you get mad," she explained. "You're supposed to be able to talk about things and work it out." Luis, 27, responded, "I'm here for that reason exactly."
Despite his words, Olivia wasn't buying his apology. "I don't know if Luis meant his apology to me and Kensley or if he was just doing it to get back in my mom's good graces," she said. "I don't think it was really from the heart." Olivia also told Luis that he needed to be there for her younger sister Kensley, since she'll be heading to college soon.
"We all just have to try to really make a family," Molly chimed in. "We're married, you're my husband, he's your stepdad."
Needless to say, the family talk didn't make a difference as the two eventually split, but things took an ugly turn when Luis accused Molly of domestic violence. In a trailer for the new season, the duo got into a heated spat, and Molly pushed Luis onto the bed, telling him not to call 911. "The person I thought he was is not the person he is today," Molly admitted. "This is my home and I don't feel comfortable in my own home."