Danielle Mullins Mohamed Jbali
90 Day Fiancé” Danielle Mullins didn’t have the cleanest split from ex-husband Mohamed Jbali. Now, she wants him deported back to Tunisia. TLC

It’s no secret to fans of “90 Day Fiancé” that Danielle Mullins didn’t have the cleanest split from ex-husband Mohamed Jbali. In the “Happily Ever After?” spin-special on TLC, Danielle admits that she wants revenge: for Mohamed to be deported home to Tunisia.

“I want to get him deported,” she said in an exclusive clip obtained by Us Weekly. “It’s been months since I’ve seen him, and I am starting to move on from him. I’m going back to college, and I’m looking for a nicer home for me and my daughters, and I even have a new boyfriend.”

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While she has a new man in her life, she is still focused on getting Mohamed sent out of the country. "I’m moving on from Mohamed, but I want to show him he can’t treat someone like this and expect to get away with it. After I saw him in Miami, he disappeared,” she said. “I’ve been trying to track him down for a while and I finally found him. He’s going to have a visitor soon, and I’m finally going to get some payback.”

Mohamed aside, It seems absence really makes the heart grow fonder for Danielle. Her new boyfriend lives hours away. Still, she’s the happiest she’s ever been.

“He lives, like, six hours away,” she said. “It has been a long time since I’ve felt this happy.”

Mohamed and Danielle met in an online chatroom. In July 2014, they were married after he immigrated to Ohio. They split in 2015 after they faced cheating allegations and financial woes. They were officially divorced March 2017, but that’s not what Danielle wanted.

She tried to get an annulment so Mohamed would not be allowed to remain in the United States. She claimed he used her for a green card.

Danielle Mullins Mohamed Jbali.
“90 Day Fiancé” that Danielle Mullins didn’t have the cleanest split from ex-husband Mohamed Jbali. Now, she wants him to get deported back to Tunisia. TLC

Mohamed, however, asked for a divorce because then he would have a better change at staying in the U.S., which apparently would not happen if Danielle were to get her way.

Danielle took to Facebook June 18 to share a message of forgiveness — though it seemingly doesn’t apply to Mohamed. “When you accept someone, you accept their past too. Don’t hold it against them later,” the quote said.

Last week, rumors swirled Mohamed had been deported, but Danielle denied the accusations. “He has not been deported, it takes years before someone is deported,” Danielle told Radar Online June 16. “He’s probably trying to make people wonder what is going on.”

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She said he might’ve gotten in trouble from TLC since he streamed their divorce life on Facebook even though the network filmed it from the “Happily Ever After?” update.

“Give him time, he will resurface when show starts airing,” she said. “He will want to defend himself and blame everyone else.”

Don’t miss “90 Day Fiancé: Happily Ever After?” when it airs Sunday on TLC at 8 p.m. EDT.

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