90 Day Fiance’s Paul Staehle Says TLC Did Not Fire Him

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Former 90 Day Fiance: Happily Ever After? stars of the hit reality TV show Paul and Karine Staehle earlier had posted a message on Instagram that made fans infer that they had been expelled from TLC. However, the couple now says that they were not fired or reprimanded.

Things were not going well between them that the show producers decided not to film them and gave them sufficient time to solve their issues.

Paul informed his followers on Instagram that the false allegations reported against him had been dropped. He was planning to return to the United States, but his wife’s green card was stolen. Thus, they are waiting for the embassy to reopen, which is closed due to COVID-19.  Till then, Paul is trying to make a living on a working farm in Brazil, which was inherited by his wife.

He concluded that they will probably no longer be filming which made the fans believe the network expelled the couple. Later, Paul explained that they weren’t expelled (2) but were given time to fix their issues.

Paul promised his followers to post some positive highlights with his family on social media and YouTube. The couple is stuck in Brazil and their second baby is due in February. So, it’s implausible that they would be able to make another 90 Day Fiancé spin-off for a while.

However, Karine appears to be happy in Brazil, where she is closer to her family. Even if they fix her visa issue, the couple might not return to the United States anytime soon.

Many viewers are infuriated on knowing that Paul wasn’t dismissed (3), even after serious domestic abuse charges, while Larissa Lima, a former star of the same show, was immediately fired after doing an amatory lingerie show for an adult webcam site. Watch this space for the latest 90 Day Fiance news.

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