’90 Day Fiancé’: Is Larissa Dos Santos Lima Back With Eric Nichols?

Larissa Dos Santos Lima and Colt Johnson had one of the most tumultuous relationships in the history of TLC’s 90 Day Fiancé franchise. Lima immediately clashed with Johnson’s mother Debbie in their Las Vegas home, and the Brazil native was ultimately arrested several times for alleged domestic violence against Johnson before their divorce.

Since her divorce from Johnson and the ending of her legal drama, however, things have been looking up for Lima. She has adopted the life of a social media influencer, promoting various products, attending celebrity events in Las Vegas, and working on her beauty and fitness.

Recently, Lima reconciled with her ex Eric Nichols, whom she dated immediately after her separation from Coltee. Now, 90 Day Fiancé blogger John Yates shared a snapshot that might indicate that Lima and Nichols are back to being more than just friends.

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Lima and Nichols looked cozy in a new picture

On Dec. 12, popular 90 Day Fiancé blogger John Yates took to his Instagram account to reveal a snapshot from a fan. The picture seemed to suggest Larissa Lima is back with her ex-boyfriend, Eric Nichols, as the two appeared to be cozy on a date.

“Sent to me by a fan who just spotted Eric and Larissa together – I hope they know what they’re doing,” Yates wrote alongside the post.

Fans’ reactions were not exactly positive, as many accused Lima of posing for attention. “She clearly knew the pic was being taken. She’s posing. It’s all for attention,” one 90 Day Fiancé viewer wrote. “Clout’s one helluva drug,” another agreed.

The ’90 Day Fiancé’ star recently made up with her ex

Lima had plenty of romantic drama after her breakup with Colt Johnson. First, she dated Nichols, whom she later called a “rebound” from her 90 Day Fiancé husband. The pair had an acrimonious breakup that played out on social media. Lima even took out a restraining order against him, claiming he stalked her after she broke up with him via Instagram.

Next, Lima appeared to have a short fling with her castmate Corey Rathgeber (engaged to Evelin Villegas), who denied that the pair ever dated. Lima, meanwhile, claimed Rathgeber “used” her for attention.

Recently, though, Lima and Nichols posted on social media about making up and being on good terms. Nichols apologized for his role in the breakup, especially for snapping selfies with Colt and Debbie Johnson as revenge against his ex.

Next to a smiling pic with his 90 Day Fiancé ex, Nichols wrote, “I’m posting this to let everyone know that Larissa and I have managed to work things out and remain as friends. We’ve apologized to one another for the action we’ve taken towards one another in the public eye about our friends family and fans.”

He added, “As of now, we have cleared the air and I want to specifically apologize for meeting with Colt&Debbie and posting photos. I acknowledge it was a low blow and kid like behavior on my behalf to meet with Colt/Debbie knowing the outcome would be hurting Larissa.”

As soon as Lima and Nichols said they’d reconciled, many 90 Day Fiancé fans immediately assumed they were dating again. If recent snapshots are to be believed, they just may have been on the right track.

The TLC personality fulfilled her probation obligations after domestic violence arrest

In addition to reconciling with Nichols, Lima also recently completed her legal obligations after her arrests for alleged domestic violence against her 90 Day Fiancé ex-husband.

According to Yahoo!, Lima shared with 90 Day Fiancé fans on Instagram that she had finally completed her required domestic violence classes and community service hours and was ready to move on from her “sad past.” “My first case was dismissed, the second denied, and now after completing my classes and community service, I am ready for a fresh start,” she wrote.

The 90 Day Fiancé star added that she had become passionate about legal work and the issue of domestic violence as she completed her classes and community service. She said she wanted to learn from the experience and “bring light” to the problem going forward.