Hard at work! 90 Day Fiancé star Larissa Dos Santos Lima‘s boyfriend, Eric Nichols, has practically become a series regular after going public with the TV personality in 2019. The Brazilian bombshell asked her beau for a hefty loan to get cosmetic surgery in the August 23 episode of Happily Ever After?, so fans were left wondering what he did for a job outside of the show. Get details, below.
What Does Eric Do to Make Money?
The TLC newcomer reportedly worked in sales commission in Las Vegas. Eric said he never went to college, but has been in the workforce for quite some time building up his resume.
“I carpooled with a friend for one semester so I could get a student loan to buy my first car,” he wrote in an Instagram Q&A when one follower wondered if he had gone to a university. “I’ve worked jobs ever since. No degree. Just a G.E.D.”
Similar to his leading lady, Eric also has an OnlyFans account which he consistently uploads new photos to. “My last ‘how to eat an orange’ video made so much success that I decided to make photos for foodie lovers on my ONLYFANS,” he captioned a seductive portrait from a recent shoot at his Nevada abode. He charges $25 per month for subscriptions.
It’s unknown how much he makes from his 90DF appearances with Larissa.
How Much Did Larissa Ask for?
The season 5 star previously told her on-again flame to not be so “cheap” and “let the money flow” after they rekindled their romance. Larissa asked Eric to borrow around $14,000 for a breast augmentation and another $10,000 for a rhinoplasty during the August 23 episode. She said she would pay him back in full, and he seemed open to the idea if they set up a “contract” and interest rate.
When and How Did Larissa Get Back With Eric?
Larissa confirmed she and Eric were back together in March, following their 9-week split in September 2019. The mom of two later explained how they were able to grow stronger as a couple by openly discussing their issues.
“The decision for both Eric and I to get back together was not decided in one dinner together,” she wrote in July. “We talked about how we disappointed each other, and we forgave [each other]. That was the first step. The second step was admitting to one another that we still cared. The third step was discussing what we wanted to do [differently] this time around, and to not repeat past mistakes.”
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