90 Day Fiance star Danielle Jbali finds her determination may just pay off after the long drawn out saga with her ex-husband Mohamed Jbali. It looked like Mohamed was getting away with the American dream despite taking Danielle for a ride to get there. It sounds like Mohamed might be in for a surprise.
Today it seems like Danielle’s perseverance and hard work of gathering evidence against Mohamed wasn’t for nothing. The 90 Day Fiance alum shares the news that there’s still a chance that her ex-husband could get deported after all.
90 Day Fiance Danielle Jbali Plight With Mohamed Jbali
Danielle Jbali is probably one of the most well-known out of all the 90 Day Fiance alum. Certainly, she’s one of the most memorable among the past stars. A lot of drama played out around her and her fiance, who ended up as her husband. She really got a raw deal from the man she thought loved her.
Mohamed Jbali came from Tunisia on the K1 visa with plans to marry Danielle before the 90 Days was up. They were successful in that achievement but it was all downhill for Danielle after that.
— Blog Dady (@TRENDINGHITS1) December 8, 2018
Danielle’s Trust Betrayed
Just two months after Mohamed got his green card he left Danielle. This was her window of opportunity to file for an annulment. If she went for an annulment she would have had a leg to stand on to make a case for deportation.
The evidence was piling up, pointing to Mohamed marrying Danielle just for the green card. Fans of 90 Day Fiance were privy to some of this evidence as it played out in scenes from the show.
Danielle has a big heart, so when Mohamed begged her for a divorce rather than an annulment, she agreed. He did this under the pretense that he’d stay in America and remain good friends with his ex-wife. Again, as a good-hearted gesture, she went for it. Mohamed wasn’t true to his word. He took off and stopped all communication with her.
Mohamed Begs Danielle
When she tracked him down in Florida, he threatened to put a restraining order on her. They were divorced so Danielle’s chance of getting him deported wasn’t very good. As fans saw on 90 Day Fiance season 2, she tried to get him deported but it was to no avail.
Danielle explained in her own words on camera how she felt at the time. She said:
“I felt used, so I filed for an annulment. That was my best chance to get him deported. But when he begged me to file for a divorce instead, I gave in so he could stay in America.”
Danielle Sees Another Window of Opportunity
Despite past disappointments, It looks like Danielle has some good news today. It seems all the stuff she collected and held onto as evidence against Mohamed might come in handy. She announced this on her Instagram account this week.
The documentation she’s saved appears to offer evidence that Mohamed used her to get his green card. The 90 Day Fiance star took to social media this week to share this bit of information.
— DanielleJbali (@DanielleJbali) December 16, 2018
Lemons Into Lemonade
Despite the horrific journey Danielle endured, it’s easy to see she hasn’t lost her sense of humor. The 90 Day Fiance star recently partnered up with a T-Shirt company. Some of the quips she’s now famous for appear on T-Shirts now sold online.
Despite the heartache and a public scandal leaving Danielle in a state of despair, she back. The woman from Ohio managed to pull herself away from her past. Daniel smiles in her latest posts as she looks to her future.
90 Day Fiance – Danielle Has Plenty of Support
Danielle hasn’t run out of time to set the ball rolling on Mohamed’s deportation and it looks like she’s going to give it a try again. She has plenty of people supporting her on this, including viewers from 90 Day Fiance. While closed now, a petition from Change.org had almost 10,000 supporters to “Deport Mohamed Jbali out of the United States.”
It looks like Danielle is feeling good about life today as her Instagram page is full of positive thoughts. She’s an inspiration to those who have loved but lost. Be sure to check back to Soap Dirt often for the latest 90 Day Fiance spoilers and news.