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’90 Day Fiancé’ Star Colt Files For Divorce From Larissa After 3rd Domestic Battery Arrest

It looks like they’re finally over. 90 Day Fiancé star Colt Johnson filed for divorce from his wife Larissa Dos Santos Lima just hours after she was arrested for the third time on domestic violence charges following a nasty fight between the couple, In Touch can confirm. Colt and Larissa have had quite the tumultuous relationship and they decided to call it quits just seven months after they tied the knot.

Colt, 33, filed on January 11, according to the Clark County Courts docket obtained by In Touch, which was first reported by 90 Day Fiancé YouTuber Keith Brooks.  Colt filed for a Complaint for Divorce (No Children), an Affidavit of Resident Witness, and he also filed a Request for Issuance of Joint Preliminary Injunction. According to the docket, Colt’s mother Debbie Johnson paid the $299 filing fee.

The filing was entered on the same day that Larissa, 31, got arrested on the domestic battery charges, which marks her third arrest on those same charges since June. “[Larissa] was arrested this morning January 11, 2019, at 5:00 a.m,” the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department told In Touch. “She is charged with one count of Domestic Battery. Bail [is] $3000. She was arrested in the 4000 block of Carol Bailey Ave in North Las Vegas.”

According to an insider, Larissa’s most recent arrested happened after she had been fighting with Colt for hours. Larissa documented her fight with her husband on social media, and claimed that the reason for their fight was because she had allegedly caught him paying for porn online and she shared screenshots to the alleged receipts.

'90 Day Fiance' Stars Larissa And Colt Are Filming 'Happily Ever After' Despite Marital IssuesCourtesy of Colt Johnson/Instagram

Shortly after Larissa’s arrest, a friend took to her Instagram to share a GoFundMe link and asked fans to donate money for Larissa’s “bail and legal fees.” The GoFundMe goal was originally set for 5,000, but when her bail was reduced from 3,000 to $800, the GoFundMe goal was reduced to $3,000. As of publication, the GoFundMe exceeded its goal at $3,035.

Source :intouchweekly