’90 Day Fiancé’: Why Colt Johnson’s Mother Debbie Leaves the Dinner Table After a Heated Argument With Jess Caroline

On 90 Day Fiancé: Happily Ever After, Colt Johnson’s mother, Debbie, has reservations about Colt’s new relationship with Jess Caroline. Debbie goes with her son to meet Jess’ parents in Brazil, and almost immediately, it’s an awkward situation. There has already been some yelling on the first day of the trip when Debbie wanted to rest and Jess was trying to talk to her instead. Everyone is hoping the dinner with Jess’ family goes well, but it doesn’t. Read on to learn why Debbie gets up and leaves the dinner table.

Colt and Debbie meet Jess’ family for dinner

Colt Johnson and his mother Debbie
Colt Johnson and his mother Debbie | savagecoltj via Instagram

Things appear to be going well, at least at first. Colt and Debbie meet everyone in Jess’ family, and Colt is more than concerned about meeting Jess’ father and making him like him. Unfortunately, Colt doesn’t speak any Portuguese, so it’s hard for them to communicate. Debbie is excited to meet Jess’ family and learn all she can.

Colt and Debbie try new foods, including chicken hearts, and they seem to be getting along with everyone. Jess then tells her family that Colt was once with another Brazilian. This prompts questions to be asked about Colt’s past relationship. Colt details he was married for six months, and he started dating Jess only six months after divorcing Larissa Dos Santos Lima.

Colt Johnson says he wants a family with Jess Caroline

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Jess asks Colt in front of her family what he wants from her, and he tells her he wants a family with her. Colt also says Jess is the best person he’s ever met. Jess’ father seems to like what he hears, and it prompts someone else to say that if Colt loves Jess and wants to marry her, he should marry her at their house in Brazil.

Suddenly, Debbie’s whole tone changes with the talk of marriage. Debbie is worried that Colt will propose to Jess too soon now that he seemingly has approval from her father. Debbie decides to ask the table if anyone else thinks their relationship is moving too fast. “Too much too fast, talking about marriage and babies,” Debbie says.

Debbie leaves the dinner table to go back to the hotel after a heated argument with Jess

“I don’t care,” Jess promptly responds. Debbie says that Colt and Jess don’t really know each other, considering they haven’t spent a lot of time together. To be fair, they live in separate cities and are trying to make things work long-distance.

Jess brings up Debbie’s past and how long she dated Colt’s father. Debbie tells Jess she doesn’t want her son divorced in six months. Jess insists that she’s different from Larissa, and she says Debbie compares them. “Why the rush?” Debbie continues to ask. Jess says she loves Colt, and it’s not for the green card. Jess starts using her hands to talk, and Debbie tells everyone she’s done.

“Son of a b****,” Jess says. “F*** you.” Colt then gets involved and tries to break things up. Debbie says it reminds her of being around Larissa in the past. Debbie gets up from the dinner table and leaves to go back to the hotel before things escalate further, but Colt chooses to stay. He at least walks her to the car so she can leave the situation. It’s obviously a good thing that Debbie left before things could worse.

It’s a shocking turn of events, and the future remains uncertain when it comes to Colt Johnson, his mother Debbie, and their trip to Brazil.