’90 Day Fiancé’: Larissa Dos Santos Lima Moves Back In With Her Ex-Boyfriend After Getting Kicked Out In New ‘Happily Ever After’ Sneak Peek
After 90 Day Fiancé star Larissa Dos Santos Lima divorced her husband of just six months, Colt Johnson, she moved on with a new on-again, off-again boyfriend, Eric Nichols. But when Larissa and Eric faced relationship troubles as well, they called it quits for several months.
On the fifth season of TLC’s 90 Day Fiancé: Happily Ever After, Eric and Larissa decided to give their relationship another try. But at least one person wasn’t at all happy about the Brazil native’s reunion with Eric: Larissa’s friend, Carmen, who took her in after her initial breakup. Carmen kicked Larissa out because she felt she couldn’t trust Eric and didn’t want her in her home.
In a new sneak peek of an upcoming episode of 90 Day Fiancé: Happily Ever After, Eric invited Larissa to move in with him instead.
Larissa didn’t know what to do after her friend kicked her out
In the new sneak peek, Larissa wondered aloud where she would go, now that Carmen refused to let her stay with her anymore. Carmen didn’t trust Eric, she explained, and didn’t even want him in her home. With just days to pack up her things and move, the 90 Day Fiancé star wasn’t sure what to do next.
“I don’t know where I’m going to go,” Colt’s ex-wife said sadly. “I feel like nobody want me around. Just Eric.”
Larissa called up her boyfriend, who was sympathetic and supportive. She explained that Carmen didn’t believe Eric had changed. Now, Larissa lamented, she was “homeless” after nine months of staying with her friend.
Sounding apprehensive, Eric offered his on-again, off-again girlfriend a place to stay—especially because she’d been kicked out due to their relationship. “There’s space here,” he said of his Las Vegas home. “If you want to come here, you’re welcome to come here.”
The 90 Day Fiancé star gratefully accepted his offer. Still, Larissa made it clear that she didn’t want to share a bedroom with Eric. “But I want to stay in different room, Eric. I feel like we need to go the situation slow,” she said, adding that their relationship had moved too quickly before. “It’s very complicated, no? I want to do the right things.”
The ’90 Day Fiancé’ star admitted she was afraid due to her history with Eric
Larissa knew that she was ultimately choosing to end her friendship with Carmen, who had helped her in her time of need. Still, the 90 Day Fiancé star was ready to take the risk for love. “It’s difficult having to pick between them, but I choose Eric,” she told producers.
Eric came to pick Larissa up that night, and she reflected on the precarity of her situation.
“I am feeling a little bit sad, a little bit scared,” the 90 Day Fiancé star admitted. “I don’t know what can between Eric and I, but I have feelings for Eric, and I need to follow my heart. So I need to trust that Eric gonna support me and help me with my life.”
Still, Larissa and Eric knew their relationship was tumultuous. Larissa admitted that it was on shaky ground. “He broke my trust in the past,” she said of Eric, “and I’m worried that it could happen again.”
Eric and Larissa agreed to live together but each keep their own space
On the way to Larissa’s new home, Eric wanted to know how she felt about her decision to move in with him. “Are you nervous about this?” he wondered.
The 90 Day Fiancé star admitted that she wasn’t completely sure it was the right choice. Larissa even wondered if it was a “mistake.” Still, she was hopeful about the future. “Maybe can be the best mistake of my life,” Larissa mused.
Eric told his girlfriend that he felt good about the decision, even though it would certainly take some adjusting. “I don’t think it’s a mistake,” he assured her. “It’ll definitely be a change of pace for all of us.”
Larissa and Eric told 90 Day Fiancé producers that they were excited about moving in together, but still wanted their own individual spaces where they could unwind.
“I think a good thing about Larissa moving in would be that we can work on our goals together,” Eric said. “But if we don’t want to be right by each other, we can go to our own separate rooms.”