Things are not looking good for Jorge Nava. The 90 Day Fiancé star was arrested for allegedly trying to sell nearly 300 pounds of marijuana. Jorge, who recently married Russian golddigger Anfisa Arkhipchenko on the TLC show, is now facing up to 12 years behind bars.
According to TMZ, Jorge was pulled over for a traffic violation on Feb. 7 when police searched his vehicle and discovered the 293 pounds of weed in the car. Cops handcuffed the reality star and charged him with possession of marijuana for sale and transportation of marijuana for sale. He spent two night in jail before posting $25,000 bail.
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Fans of the show will remember that Jorge was pressured to give his new bride a certain lifestyle who couldn't seem to afford. Among the things Anfisa requested from Jorge were designer shoes, a car, and a $10,000 monthly allowance. NBD. "When Jorge asked me to come to the states, he promised to get me whatever I want," Anfisa said on the show. "Now that I'm here, he keeps telling me he can't afford everything and there are things that are more important."
Earlier this year, Anfisa sparked rumors there was trouble in her relationship when she refused to tell her Instagram followers whether she was still married. "Right now I prefer to keep my personal life private. You might say 'but you were on a reality show!' Yes, and you should understand that even on the show you don’t see my whole life 24/7, you only see parts of it that were chosen by producers," she wrote. "Same with my Instagram, only now the 'producer' is me. Do you think it’s better to keep your relationship and personal life private or to share your happiness with everybody?"
And just last month, the brunette beauty revealed she started taking classes at a community college — and Jorge was nowhere in sight. "If you saw my stories a couple days ago you probably guessed that I am now a college student and yesterday was my first day of classes," she captioned a photo on campus. "You always should have a plan B in case trophy wife dreams fail, right?" Ouch.