90 Day Fiance Jay Smith faces deportation in a few weeks. Ashley Martson told Insta followers Jay Smith would be deported. Then, she dropped very official looking documents from ICE. Immigration demanded Jay appear in court next month. This comes the same week that Ashley came unhinged and went off on a cast member then posted a crying jag about her life.
90 Day Fiance: Ashley Martson and Jay Smith Split for Real This Time?
Last night was the first look at the HEA season and it picked up where the last season left off with arguments about Tinder and Jay texting other women. Meanwhile, in real life this week, TLC uber-fan Katie Not Holmes shared a text exchange (see below) alleged to be between Jay Smith and a woman he supposedly impregnated.
Later, Ashley Martson did an Insta live and answered questions. These are also below too. She clapped at her husband and threatened deportation. She also listed herself as “Single AF” for a while on her profile, then seemed to take that status down. Ashley Martson admitted lying for the TLC cameras and said she gets paid to. So, this makes people question what’s real on 90 Day Fiance: Happily Ever After.
Former Fakery – But Real Letters from Immigration Department
All of the faked break-ups for the TLC cameras has Ashley Martson looking like the girl who cried wolf. So, when she went on a tearful rant about her life being rough on her Insta Story, lots of 90 Day Fiance fans were skeptical that it was real. However, some letters she leaked online recently while in a live chat with John Yates look very official – and like Jay Smith needs to start packing his bags.
Yates published the letters on his Instagram. The document is titled “removal proceedings” and says that Jay Smith overstayed his Visa in the United States. Ashley Martson published his original K1 Visa months ago after fans grilled her on it. Since these papers say he overstayed, that implies that she might not have stopped the process (or never started) to get his official papers.
90 Day Fiance: Did Ashley Start Green Card Proceeding or Not?
So, while there’s fake fighting (allegedly) going on for the cameras, there may have been some real off-camera issues as well. Ashley Martson may not have converted Jay Smith’s status after reading these two documents. Steps to take are: apply for a K1 90 Day Fiance visa, get married, and apply for an adjustment of status to get the new spouse a green card.
The documents reveal Jay Smith entered the US on March 6, 2018 but remained later than June 3, 2018. That’s the limit for a 90 Day Fiance. Happily Ever After cameras may show conversations to clarify this for fans. Jay Smith must appear on May 8 at a Philadelphia court for overstaying his Visa. That sounds like she didn’t proceed to the next stage.
The papers also say there is “probable cause” to remove Conroy Smith (Jay’s real name) from the US. A deportation officer served on February 4, 2019 and read Jay the warrant for his arrest in person. Now, Jay will get a day in court in just a few weeks and that should decide what happens. But if Ashley Martson isn’t fighting for him to stay, it doesn’t look good for the tattoo artist.
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