Larissa Lima placed in removal proceedings, could be deported
During the weekend, 90 day fiancé Star Larissa Lima was arrested and released by ICE just before moving to Colorado.
Rumors claimed that she had somehow “faked” this. But the sad reality is that she runs a real risk of deportation.
As we reported earlier this week, Larissa Lima’s heartbreaking encounter with ICE Saturday September 19 was all too real, despite rumors to the contrary.
TMZ was able to confirm that Larissa was “placed in removal proceedings” under the Immigration and Nationality Act.
She has an upcoming hearing that will determine whether she should surrender for deportation. It’s a scary situation for her.
However, despite her understandable worries about everything, some have claimed – without evidence – that Larissa “rigged” her meeting with ICE on Saturday.
Some say she must have done it to make the headlines, get attention or even sympathy.
Well, this accusation defies belief for a number of reasons, and now Larissa herself takes to Instagram and talks about the toxic and vicious way some “fans” are talking to her.
“People are taking advantage of my situation,” Larissa laments, “publishing false information and speculating”.
“From day one,” she observes correctly, “my name has been on the explosion.”
“Every day I get threats of all kinds, even rape and death,” Larissa shares grimly, “written in words that would make any person sane.”
“It seems to have become an obsession and even an occupation for some people,” says Larissa, “to constantly post about me in the most degrading and abusive manner.”
She adds: “What was only a site for fans of the show to let off steam has become abusive.”
“Yes, I could fight them,” Larissa admits, “get a restraining order if they reside in the same state as me, otherwise it’s FBI responsibility.”
“I know a handful of people who have overcome the obstacles that I am going through,” notes Larissa. “It gives me strength.”
She adds: “It is also true that I have endless support and love from my family, friends and so many fans.”
“It’s this support that keeps me moving forward,” says Larissa.
“I want to explain everything that has happened recently and in my past,” writes Larissa.
“But,” she admits, “I’m having a hard time finding the right words to type that do justice to my feelings.”
“It is my desire to empower all women,” says Larissa, “and to stop the discrimination and stigmatization of those who work with agencies such as Onlyfans and camsoda.”
“These platforms have helped millions of people get through the pandemic shutdown,” Larissa rightly points out.
“With my YouTube”, she adds, “I will be able to tell my story and shed light on the immigration process that I am going through”.
“I have been gagged several times after telling my followers that I am going to talk,” concludes Larissa. “Well, soon I will definitely take that gag off around me.”
We here at THG often find that 90 day fiancé and its stars live rent-free in our minds.
But blogger John Yates goes beyond that, and has been listening to this fandom since I still had to check out how to spell Anfisa’s last name.
He issued a well-reasoned and well-informed rebuttal to the bizarre rumors that Larissa should have “rigged” this whole ordeal.
First of all, he rightly notes that Larissa no longer needs publicity.
She is already one of the most polarizing and current members of the 90 day fiancé casting – not just Happy forever? this season, but in the history of the series.
Larissa just debuted with her new tits and is one of the The 5 best employees in CamSoda history after just one hour and zero nudity.
Second, John refers to a “communication problem”. We could call it “cutting the hair in four”.
Many people use colloquial language to refer to events. For example, people use “prison” and “prison” interchangeably, although these words have separate meanings.
Neither of us can fault Carmen for perhaps being less clear than she could have been, but further clarification using the word “detained” could have put an end to these nasty rumors.
Accusations of forgery are laughable. Even if TMZ hadn’t shared the news either, Larissa would be committing an outright crime. It would be a foolish gesture.
Finally, he notes that while the arrests make headlines, their news may do more harm than good to a reality TV star’s career. It’s not 2008 anymore; the is such a thing as bad publicity.
We have included the entire post from John Yates, as Larissa shared in her stories, because it is a well-reasoned opinion of someone we consider to be an authority on 90 day fiancé.
No one demands that everyone love Larissa. Sometimes his behavior or priorities can seem downright confusing, and that’s fine.
But death threats and threats of rape are despicable – and they are crimes.
And people who are so determined not to believe Larissa that they cling to conspiracy theories may want to take a long look in the mirror.