90 Fay Fiance’s Larissa Christina‘s first arrest is coming soon to the TLC show. A promo for tonight’s show teased the arrest of Colt Johnson‘s wife. We confirmed from a source with production that her arrest and the criminal court hearing will air this season. This is the first time she was arrested – not the second arrest that made headlines last month. And the first arrest was just before Colt Johnson married her. Did the tense wedding preparations we’ll see tonight start the domestic violence ball rolling?
90 Day Fiance – Larissa Christina Arrest Airs on TLC Soon
On the latest season, we’ve seen Larissa Christina and Colt Johnson sweating it out in his no-AC car. That and her wedding dress shopping shown tonight means their wedding is coming soon. She and Colt married on June 25, 2018. See the slideshow below for the timeline of incidents and documentation from official Las Vegas sources.
However, court records show she had handcuffs on her wrists just days before Colt put a ring on her finger. Given the explosive new promos released by TLC, it looks like we can expect to see Larissa Dos Santos Lima arrested soon on the show. It should be on the next couple of 90 Day Fiance episodes based on known timelines and dates.
Arrest and Colt Johnson Wedding Timeline
You can see below the 90 Day Fiance timeline and it’s very telling. Tonight’s TLC episode features an enraged Larissa Christina screaming at Debbie Johnson that she will call 911 if his mom puts hands on her. There was also an ugly incident while wedding dress shopping. As always, Colt Johnson leaves his mother in charge of the money so she holds total power over Larissa.
That’s frustrating. In a new 90 Day Fiance promo, Larissa tries on wedding dresses while Debbie denies her what she wants and says the bride’s family should pay. You can see that promo below. Larissa also got into a screaming match with Colt’s cousin who called her an “F-ing B***”. These are the tense moments with Colt’s family leading up to her arrest.
Timeline of Events
- First arrest – June 19, 2018
- June 20, 2018 – Larissa Dos Santos Lima Released from Jail
- Larissa and Colt Johnson Marry – June 25, 2018
- July 18, 2018 – Larissa Arraigned in Las Vegas Court
- Larissa’s Bench Trial – October 2, 2018 – Charges Dropped
- November 10, 2018 – Larissa Christina Second Arrest
From Arraignment to the Altar on 90 Day Fiance
The timeline above is interesting. Colt married her just a week after Larissa Chistina’s first arrest for domestic battery. Whatever happened that instigated the arrest, the pair decided to get married anyway. Then the Las Vegas police arrested Larissa only a few short weeks after the first charges were dismissed.
In the police report for the second arrest, the LVPD noted signs that Colt Johnson was assaulted including scratches and bruising on his face and body. The first case (as you can see in the slideshow above) was dismissed “without prejudice”. That means that the court can reinstate the charges later if they want to. That could happen in this instance to the 90 Day Fiance star.
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Will Larissa’s First Arrest Come Back to Haunt Her?
90 Day Fiance had cameras at the first arraignment back in July since they were still filming the season, an inside source told us. However, we’re still working to confirm whether the production company filmed her bench trial (that’s a trial without a jury, just a judge there). The judge in that first arrest case, Judicial Officer Zimmerman, is the same one assigned to the second arrest.
This could prove problematic for her. Judges don’t like to see people as repeat offenders back in the courtroom when they cut them a break on a prior charge. Certainly, the judge could recall the first case and 90 Day Fiance Larissa might face both charges. Watch the TLC show tonight to see the powder keg building that leads to her arrest with some of the action caught on camera.
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