The couple was first introduced on 90 Day Fiancé, but they also appear in the latest season of Happily Ever After? In general, they’re still going strong, but many of the issues they had early on in their relationship remain.
Mainly, both Chantel and Pedro struggle with each other’s families. That can make any relationship difficult, but the fact that they were also wrestling with visa concerns early on made things even more complicated and tense.
After the duo was married, Pedro got his green card and was able to legally work. He started to send money and gifts to the Dominican Republic for his mother, Lidia, and sister, Nicole. Chantel wasn’t super thrilled with that development.
Nicole and Chantel were arguing, and in the midst of their discussion, Lidia said if Chantel didn’t trust Pedro or his family, then she should let him go. Nicole then said “divorcia te en punto,” which means “divorce him, period” in Spanish. However, Chantel thought Nicole said, “puta,” which mean “bitch” in Spanish. Obviously, that set her off.
Later, Nicole was invited to Georgia to visit Pedro and Chantel, but the women hadn’t really patched things up. An infamous fight between Pedro and Chantel’s brother, River Everett, took place while she was in town, and made things even worse.
For example, on May 7, he shared a photo of a snake biting a man on the face to his Instagram story. In the caption, he called it “the kiss of the mother-in-law,” and included a crying-laughing emoji. Yikes.
The meme began, “A toast to the mother-in-laws that try to micro-manage their adult sons/daughters love lives but have never had a successful one themselves.” Wow, tell us how you really feel, Chantel!