“90 Day Fiancé” Season 6 couple Colt and Larissa have decided to end their marriage, but it appears their divorce will be a long and bitter battle.

After Larissa finally revealed the face of her new boyfriend on Instagram, she reacted to her estranged husband’s interview, in which he revealed he plans to have her deported.

On Wednesday, Colt told RadarOnline he wants to send Larissa back to Brazil. “I filed to cancel her green card application weeks before I filed for divorce,” he stated.

“I’m responsible for her for 10 years. I don’t want to be responsible for her at all. That’s what I’m trying to avoid,” he added.

After his interview, Larissa told HollywoodLife that while she was “surprised” he hadn’t got her deported already, she “expected” him to have her deported eventually.

“It’s something I knew that he will do. But if he feels happy with his choices then it’s up to him, but I am not surprised that he is doing it,” she said.

Although Larissa has insisted she came to America “for love and had the best of intentions,” she has hired an attorney to help her fight to stay in the US.

“I have an immigration attorney and I will try to prove that I had the best of intentions coming here,” Larissa revealed.

After Larissa was arrested for domestic violence for the second time in January, it became clear her relationship with Colt was over. “We had the fight, I got arrested and while I was in jail I contacted him to ask him to bail me out and he told me no, he wouldn’t bail me out and to never talk to him again,” Larissa explained.

“And then a few hours later they put a protection order so I could not contact him or it would be a felony. When I did get out I, of course, had to block him because I could not talk to him.”

Following her arrest, Larissa moved out of Colt’s Las Vegas home. It is unclear whether she’ll be able to remain in the US.

Colt & Larissa
“90 Day Fiancé” Season 6 cast member Colt doesn’t believe he could ever fix his relationship with Larissa. TLC
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