Did Mohamed Jbali get deported on 90 Day Fiancé? His ex-wife Danielle Mullins worked diligently to send him back to Tunisia because she claimed he lied to her and used her in order to get his green card. On the season finale, he faced off in court with Danielle, and instead of annulling their marriage, they decided to go through with a divorce — which meant that he would get to keep his green card. Still, rumors have been swirling that Mohamed got the boot, but according to Instagram, he's still living it up in Texas.
Most recently, the TLC alum took to Instagram to snap a photo with the caption, "Such a beautiful evening today in Dallas and Fort Worth with a very bright moon! Life is very beautiful if you just know how to look at it!"
In another post last year, Mohamed explained that he returned from a social media hiatus but he wouldn't be talking about 90 Day Fiancé because he refused to watch the show and revealed that he quit the series. "I have no respect for some fake couples in it plus it's not the best place to tell a real story," he wrote. "That's why I'm out!"
In a video message posted on his private account, the 26-year-old thanked his fans and followers for being so supportive of him — which was a welcome change since he was used to being bashed online because he was portrayed as a villain on the show. "I don't really know what changed, I did not watch the show, I don't know what's going on there but this time the amount of support that I am getting from people is unbelievable," he said in the clip. "Everybody's thanking me, everybody's telling me I'm a great person, everybody's telling me I did really good the way I handled the situation. This is really making me happy."
Fans left him more messages of support in the comments. "So happy to see that you got a divorce. Be happy, live your life free of drama," one wrote, and another added, "[You] handled the court date like a champ! [You] deserve happiness. Proud to call [you] [an] American!"
The court hearing that was featured on the season finale of 90 Fiancé: Happily Ever After actually took place last March, and Mohamed broadcasted the day via Facebook Live in order to tell his side of the story with his family and friends without editing from TLC. But he did reveal during the live stream that he originally planned to go back to Tunisia — but on his own terms.
"I'm not trying to say that the judge said I have to leave — no, it's my decision, I said to leave. The judge did not ask me to leave the country," he explained. "I am just divorced. I got my divorce without fighting, without anything. We didn't talk about any single thing in the courthouse — we just agreed to pay whatever we have bills together and that's it."