These ’90 Day Fiancé’ Couples Say They Did Many ‘Scripted’ Things
90 Day Fiancé has been accused of scripting many scenes in the past. Fans also believe that some couples are outright fake. Now, after much speculation, many former couples and cast members are coming clean about what was real — and what was scripted.
Larissa Dos Santos Lima said her boyfriend, Eric, never paid for plastic surgery
One of the major components of Larissa Dos Santos Lima’s storyline was her boyfriend, Eric, paying $70,000 for plastic surgery. Lima, who became famous after she starred on 90 Day Fiancé with her ex-husband Colt Johnson, said that the whole storyline was faked. According to CinemaBlend, she also claimed that though she did get the plastic surgery, the “Eric paid for it” part was manufactured by TLC for publicity purposes.
Stephanie Davison says her entire ’90 Day Fiancé’ storyline was scripted
Fans of 90 Day Fiancé will recall Stephanie Davison’s storyline from the show’s eighth season. Davison flew to Belize to be with her presumptive boyfriend, Ryan, but they broke up when she got down there. She then was shown “hooking up” with Ryan’s cousin, Harris. Ultimately, though, Harris returned to his wife and children.
Davison was so infuriated by the way the show edited her story that she skipped the tell-all. She then took to her Instagram page to tell her side of the story.
In the Instagram story, Davison revealed that she and Ryan were a couple in May 2020, when they were first cast. However, they broke up just two months later. Davison then claimed that the TLC producers forced her to fly down to Belize for the show to film the breakup. Finally, she claimed that the entire storyline with Harris was faked, and created so production could get more footage of her in Belize.
She also challenged the 90 Day Fiancé storyline that insinuated she was an alcoholic and a drug addict. Her personal trainer and friend, Frank, also appeared in the video to testify that Davison wasn’t an alcoholic or a drug addict.
Parts of Robert and Anny’s storyline were also scripted
These days, 90 Day Fiancé fans know and love Robert and Anny from Pillow Talk. But prior to that, they were on the show, detailing their quest to bring Anny to America.
At one point, Anny had a run-in with Robert’s ex-mother-in-law, Stephanie Woodcock, who is the grandmother of his son Bryson. Woodcock offered to pay Anny up to $15,000 to return to the Dominican Republic. When Anny refused, Woodcock accused Anny of only being with Robert for a green card.
In an interview with InTouch, Woodcock said that the 90 Day Fiancé producers scripted a lot of that storyline. “I had to borrow a checkbook because the producers asked me to do this, [and] have screenshots to prove this,” she said. “I know the truth, [and] who I am as a person, parent, and grandparent. And really, that’s all that matters.”