AceShowbizLarissa Dos Santos Lima just gets into even more trouble after her husband, Colt Johnson, filed for divorce following her latest arrest. Johnson submitted the paperwork in Nevada on Friday, January 11 as well as filed an affidavit of resident witness and a request for issuance of joint preliminary injunction.

Following the filing, the Brazilian star started a GoFundMe page to help her pay for legal fees “for my divorce and for my new start.” The “90 Day Fiance” star added in the caption, “Thank you again for help me to live (sic) this abusive marriage!” But the site later removed her page, prompting her to go on Instagram Live to beg money from her followers.

Breaking down in tears, she admitted that pleading for money wasn’t something that she was proud to do, but “it’s something that I need your help with now.” She went on explaining how she needs the money to hire an attorney for her domestic case, an immigration attorney and a divorce attorney. She also promised to return the money once her case were solved.

Meanwhile, Colt took to Instagram to express how he was unable to “understand” his “soon to be ex wife,” in an Instagram post. “She comes to America with literally nothing. The suitcases she used for travel I provided for her,” he said. “On her arrival I already had clothes waiting for her to wear and everything she needed to start a basic life in America. Over the course of months I continued to provide for her, gave her shelter, food and supported he wants and dreams.”

He continued by listing all the things that he had done for her when she arrived in the country, including taking her to “every gym in town,” and buying her dress or makeup. “My sole mission since her arrival was to see that she was happy, taken care for and nurtured,” he concluded his post. “When she wanted to start her business I gave her a thousand dollars just to start. Every time she was in trouble, I was there.”

Larissa and Colt got engaged five days after they met in person in Mexico and tied the knot in June 2018.

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