’90 Day Fiancé’: Larissa Dos Santos Lima Claims She’s Sexy But a ‘Nerd Inside’ In New ‘Happily Ever After’ Sneak Peek
After the Brazilian mom divorced her American husband, Colt Johnson, she quickly moved on to her new boyfriend, Eric Nichols. But Larissa and Eric broke up for several months, too—with Larissa’s attorney even filing a police report against Eric at one point because she believed he was sending women to “stalk” her.
On a recent episode of TLC’s 90 Day Fiancé: Happily Ever After, Eric and Larissa decided to reconcile. But Larissa’s friend, Carmen—with whom she’d been living for nine months—wasn’t a fan of Eric and refused to allow him into her house.
In a sneak peek of an upcoming episode, Larissa and Eric reluctantly agreed to live together—at least for the time being. On her first night in her new home, the 90 Day Fiancé star opened up to Eric’s roomie, David, about her hobbies, as well as her complicated relationship history and ongoing legal troubles.
Larissa met Eric’s roommate, who worried about the couple’s tumultuous relationship
After Larissa was asked to move out of her friend Carmen’s home, Eric offered her a room in his Las Vegas pad where she could stay for the time being.
Eric introduced Larissa to his roommate, David, during a tour of her new abode.
Larissa told 90 Day Fiancé: Happily Ever After producers that she wasn’t exactly thrilled about living with her boyfriend and a stranger. Still, she made sure to get in a jab at her ex-husband, Colt, who famously lives with his mother, Debbie Johnson (and plans to do so for the rest of his life).
“Eric has a roommate. I’d prefer if it was just me and Eric,” Larissa said. “But at least he doesn’t live with his mother.”
Meanwhile, David had his own concerns about Larissa moving in. He was especially worried that Larissa and Eric’s relationship problems would continue.
“What worries me about Larissa moving in is that I think Eric’s gonna get his heart broken,” David told 90 Day Fiancé producers. “I was thinking he may have dodged a bullet, but you just gotta follow your heart sometimes. A lot of people go back to the same watering hole.”
The ’90 Day Fiancé’ star said she was sexy on the outside, but a nerd on the inside
Despite his apprehension, David welcomed Larissa into his home with Eric.
“Now we need to be best friends,” Larissa told David warmly, hoping they would get along now that she’d be living with the two men.
Eric told his on-again, off-again girlfriend that David was into gaming. To David’s surprise, Larissa said that was one of her favorite hobbies, too. (She’s even been known to talk about comics and do a little cosplay on Instagram.)
“Really? I love to play games,” Larissa told David. “My favorite game is ‘Bloodborne.’” David and Larissa talked about their love of RPG games for a bit.
The 90 Day Fiancé star revealed that she was actually quite a “nerd” in her real life, despite her love of plastic surgery and the persona she often projected. “People think that I’m ultra sexy, but I’m a nerd inside,” Larissa said. “So I believe David will be a good roommate.”
Larissa also opened up about her legal problems
Eric’s girlfriend was also open about her ongoing legal troubles.
In just a few weeks, the 90 Day Fiancé star explained, she had her final court date after her third arrest for alleged domestic violence against Colt. She’d taken anger management classes, completed a course on domestic violence, and finished her community service hours. Now, the judge just had to lower her charge to disorderly conduct, and she’d be free.
But in the meantime, Larissa needed to stay out of trouble. “Next couple weeks I need a good behavior because I’m on probation,” Larissa told David.
David, looking a little shocked, asked his new roommate why she was on probation. “Because I was married. And my ex-husband kind of crazy,” Larissa said, referencing Colt. “We went some fights.”
Eric’s roommate seemed to take Larissa’s admission in stride, joking, “Well, as long as you don’t hit me or Eric. I would hope that you don’t raise a hand to me, but if you did, I’d probably just run away.”
“I am a good girl now,” Larissa assured him, smiling a bit at David’s good-natured quip.