’90 Day Fiancé’: 6 ’90 Day Fiancé’ Stars Who Claim They Were Stalked

90 Day Fiancé fans are used to watching drama and conflict play out for the stars on TLC’s popular franchise. But sometimes, the offscreen “drama” for 90 Day Fiancé cast members gets a little too real—or even downright scary.

These six 90 Day Fiancé stars have all accused people in their lives of stalking and/or harassment, from fans and exes to strangers, social media followers, and even family members.

Larissa Dos Santos Lima
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Larissa Dos Santos Lima

Larissa Dos Santos Lima, a mom and social media influencer from Brazil, married Colt Johnson of Las Vegas, Nevada. But Colt and Larissa’s marriage lasted just six months, and they got a hasty divorce after several arrests related to alleged domestic violence on Larissa’s part.

The 34-year-old soon moved on to a new boyfriend, Eric Nichols. Larissa and Eric broke up for several months in 2019—although they’re now back together. During their break, Larissa claimed that several female fans were creating fake profiles to stalk her.

On a recent episode of 90 Day Fiancé: Happily Ever After, Larissa claimed that she received countless messages on various social media platforms, and even texts and calls, from women. She believed that the women were sent by Eric, as they were allegedly “on his side” in their tumultuous breakup. The messages, Larissa said, were often cruel, taunting her looks. She claimed on the episode that they “stalked her life.” Her lawyer even filed a police report at the time.

In an Instagram post in Jan. 2020, Larissa wrote of her alleged stalkers, “They will try to hunt down those you are involved with sentimentally, including your family, in an attempt to cause a devastating family rift. In order to hurt me over their unhealthy obsession, they hurt many other people. It is not harmless, it is hateful.”

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Stephanie Matto

Stephanie Matto, a 29-year-old OnlyFans content creator and social media influencer from Yonkers, NY, dated 24-year-old Australian photographer, Erika Owens, on 90 Day Fiancé: Before the 90 Days. Stephanie and Erika ultimately broke up, but Stephanie has stayed in contact with many of her fans on Instagram.

Recently, the 90 Day Fiancé star took to Instagram to open up about an alleged stalker who had even found her address and threatened to come to her house to film her. Stephanie claimed that the man in question had used Google Voice numbers to contact her relentlessly, often hinting that they should be together and even making veiled threats to her safety.

In July 2020, Stephanie claimed that her alleged stalker had been harassing her for well over a year. She said she contacted the police and sought legal assistance to deal with the harrowing experience.

In an Instagram video, Stephanie gave a message to her “obsessive” stalker.

“I have a message for anybody who is stalking me, who is keeping tabs on me, who is just trying to get information about me…to threaten, harass, and make me feel unsafe,” the 90 Day Fiancé star said in a statement. “I am not sitting by anymore. I am contacting authorities. I am contacting lawyers. I am not f*cking afraid of anything. I am lawyering up.”

Jesse Meester

Dutch model Jesse Meester dated Darcey Silva on 90 Day Fiancé: Before the 90 Days before she moved on with her now ex-boyfriend, British dad Tom Brooks.

Jesse and Darcey had a tumultuous breakup, and Jesse has since spoken out against his ex-girlfriend a number of times. On an episode of 90 Day Fiancé: What Now, Jesse even claimed that his American ex had “stalked” him after he broke things off. (Darcey has publicly denied these allegations, suggesting instead that they both sent each other mixed signals and that Jesse tried to use her for fame.)

On 90 Day Fiancé: What Now, Jesse told TLC producers, “I moved on from Darcey. But after the breakup, she was stalking me ever since, in any possible way.”

He told his friends on the episode, “She has been contacting me over and over again…She would say things like, ‘I will always love you,’ and ‘I thought we had one more chance.’” Jesse even claimed that he had to threaten Darcey with a restraining order to get her to stop contacting him.

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Lisa Hamme

Babygirl Lisa Hamme and her ex, Nigerian rapper Usman Umar (Sojaboy), had one of the most explosive relationships in 90 Day Fiancé history.

Lisa’s extreme jealousy didn’t vibe well with Usman’s music career in Nigeria, or with his cultural belief in polygamy. Since then, they’ve lobbed many accusations at each other. Lisa claiming that Usman was unfaithful to her, while Usman accused Babygirl Lisa of stealing money from him and using racist slurs against him in arguments.

Stalking accusations have also played a role in Lisa and Usman’s public fallout. According to Soap Dirt, Lisa claimed on Instagram that a blogger named Amber “stalked” her obsessively in hopes of getting with Usman. Meanwhile, the blogger accused Lisa of stalking her in turn, and even said she contacted the police about Lisa’s alleged behavior.

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Mohamed Jbali

Mohamed Jbali, who hails from Tunisia, and his older ex-wife Danielle Jbali, from Sandusky, OH, had a famously ill-fated relationship on the second season of 90 Day Fiancé. Mohamed and Danielle argued constantly about everything from sex and money to jealousy and cheating, and Mohamed eventually left his wife.

On several episodes of 90 Day Fiancé, fans accused Danielle of “stalking” her ex when she traveled to Miami, FL, and booked a hotel in hopes of finding him—armed with a binder full of photos of women he was allegedly cheating with, no less.

According to Radar Online, Mohamed later accused Danielle of “stalking” him and people he knew online with countless social media messages and emails. The 90 Day Fiancé star even threatened Danielle with a restraining order if she didn’t stop contacting him.

Deavan Clegg

Deavan Clegg, a model and mom from Utah, and Jihoon Lee, who hails from South Korea, decided to get married after Deavan got pregnant with their son, Taeyang, on the very night they met.

The 90 Day Fiancé: The Other Way couple dealt with plenty of onscreen drama when it came to money, honesty, and Jihoon’s criminal history. But Deavan has also opened up online about her many alleged previous problems in life, from an ex-boyfriend’s alleged abuse to alleged stalking by one of her aunts.

According to Blasting News, Deavan even took to Instagram in 2019 to claim that she and Jihoon ultimately decided to live in South Korea personally due to her “dangerous” family member.

“America became a very unsafe place for me due to a family member,” Deavan wrote in an emotional post about her alleged former stalker. “This family member tried to kidnap me and steal my car while I was pregnant. This action is what made us fully decide to move to Korea.”