“90 Day Fiancé” star Anfisa Arkhipchenko took to Instagram to slam the worker who helped her at the bridal boutique in Season 2 when she tried on then $46,000 wedding dress. TLC

“90 Day Fiancé” star Anfisa Arkhipchenko took to Instagram Wednesday to slam the worker who helped her at the bridal boutique in Season 2 when she tried on then $46,000 wedding dress. Previously, Anfisa said Americans have “fake smiles,” and she confirmed her theory when she shared a message apparently written by the woman who helped her at Panache Bridal In Beverly Hills.

The woman, whose name Anfisa blocked, dissed the Russia 20-year-old on Facebook. “Yes she’s mean and it was the producer who said I should pull that expensive dress lol! I couldn’t wait for them to leave,” the associate posted June 13.

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Anfisa used the post to justify her claim that Americans are phony. “…and that’s what I mean when I talk about fake smiles in American,” the TLC reality star wrote. “Everybody remember the episode of #90DayFiance when Jorge and I went to a bridal boutique in Beverly Hills? @panachebeverlyhills , you need to train your employees better.”

The bridal boutique did not immediately respond to Anfisa’s criticism.

On their website, Panache explained they were established in 2011 and have the “largest collection of bridal gowns within our bi-coastal consortium of luxury bridal salons in Southern California and New York City.” One thing Anfisa might disagree with is that they have a “warm and inviting atmosphere will help ease the pressure of finding all the essentials.”

While many viewers accused Anfisa’s marriage to Jorge of being a sham, she confirmed their relationship was authentic by telling viewers how the fiancé visa “works,” saying: “I see a lot of people saying ‘90 days is not enough to get married’ [or] ‘90 days is not enough to get to know somebody’ or asking ‘Did you guys date before getting married?’”

“What they don't understand is how the show actually works,”Anfisa wrote Sunday. “It's not like people apply to be on the show and then get matched in couples and that's where the show begins.”

In Jorge and Anfisa’s case, they dated for a year after they met on Facebook. Jorge traveled to Russia to meet her. They took care of the fiancé visa themselves, without help from TLC.

“Actually couples that have had long distance relationship for some time, SEEN each other in person AT LEAST once (it's a requirement for a fiancé visa) apply to be on the show,” she wrote. “The show doesn't help with anything related to immigration. They just start filming on the day foreign fiancé(e) arrives to the USA and continue until the couple gets married.”

Possibly proving the authenticity of their relationship, Jorge got a tattoo of Anfisa’s name on his left ring finger. He took to Facebook to share a picture of his new ink before the spinoff series “Happily Ever After?” debuted Sunday.

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During the episode, Jorge revealed that he wasn’t rich like he led Anfisa to believe. In fact, he was $30,000 in debt.

To find out what happens next, check out “90 Day Fiancé: Happily Ever After?” Sunday at 9 p.m. EDT on TLC.

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