Called out! 90 Day Fiancé star Laura is slamming her ex Aladin as she once again accuses him of “using” her. On a new episode of 90 Day Fiancé: Self-Quarantined, she shared an update with fans and took a few minutes to reflect on her time since the show.
“Last year I married my young, hot Tunisian Aladin, but shortly after, he asked me for a divorce,” she told the camera. “It really shocked me, but looking back now, I can’t help but feel Aladin was definitely using me to come to North America.”
The accusations are similar to the ones she made in October 2019 while chatting with her followers on Instagram. “I lost my marriage due to this show,” she said in a since-deleted video. “I thought your marriage ended because your funds ended,” one fan shot back in the comments — but the Canadian star only thought that supported her point. “Hun, when the [money] ran out due to the show … so did my husband,” she alleged. “I told him I can no longer bring him to Canada so he was out! He has lots of women now willing to sponsor him, so good luck and God bless.”
However, Aladin pushed back against those claims in social media posts of his own. In October, he shared several slides explaining his side of the story, including the assertion that she actually took his money. “I sent her money to sponsor me, but she lied. She spent the money and never submitted the application!” he wrote. It was clear the exes were not on good terms — and the Tunisian national exclusively confirmed to In Touch there was “no possibility of reconciliation” between them.
Now, Laura’s moved on. After a rumored fling with friend Raul Cabrera, she confirmed she’s officially seeing a man named Tony who she met online. “We just really connected,” she said on Self-Quarantined. “Tony lives in California and is in dental college. He is 25 and very delicious to look at. I actually worry that Tony is too good to be true.” He does have some flaws, though — like the fact that he calls her his “love muffin” as a term of endearment. “[It’s] not exactly what I would like to be called by a love interest,” she revealed. “Every time he says that I want to eat an apple crumble muffin. I don’t think it’s romantic.”
As far as problems go, though, we think that’s a manageable one. Best wishes to the happy couple!
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