90 Day Fiance: Larissa Still Rides Colt’s Kitty’s Tail For Cash

90 Day Fiance: Happily Ever After star Larissa Dos Santos Lima recently attempted to sell her bath and facial products online. But it looks like she’s not making the grade for originality. Despite suggesting her life with Colt Johnson was horrific, it looks like she’s still riding on he ex’s coattails.

90 Day Fiance: Happily Ever After – Larissa Lima Rides Coattails of Colt Johnson?

In this advertising-like pic, she’s wearing a crown, which appears to be a throwback to her time with Colt. It’s reminiscent of her Queen scene from the last 90 Day Fiance season. As she stood on the stairs she belted out “who is against the queen will die.” While it didn’t win her any awards, it’s a saying she’s known for today.

Better yet, she wasn’t particularly fond of having cats around when she arrived at Colt and Debbie Johnson’s home. She finally did warm up to Colt’s cat, Cookie Dough, and even got a cat of her very own.

Colt and his mom’s cats became 90 Day Fiance breakout stars on their own. Colt Johnson’s cat, Cookie Dough, is even going to star in a music video.

Now it looks like Larissa is also cashing in on the fame of one of the kittys. It appears she’s tapping into Colt’s history with his cats. Larissa writes that her lip product – “Here Kitty Kitty lippee kit” comes in Cookie Dough scent.

So is Larissa Lima cashing in on her past with Colt? Despite claiming, she was a victim in her marriage, she still affiliates her self with Colt when it comes to selling her wares. This is the same woman who thought that money was no object for Americans when she first arrived in Vegas. Now she has to earn it herself.

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Happily Ever After: Larissa Profits From Colt’s Way of Life?

When she first landed in the United States she immediately wanted something from Colt Johnson. Even before she made it out of the airport she was looking for flowers from the man she came to marry.

She also wore a disappointed look on her face when he refused to buy the ones out of a vending machine at the airport. This scene played out on 90 Day Fiance.

Larissa learned that purchases had limits, like her famous 90 Day Fiance furniture shopping trip with her mother-in-law Debbie. Then shopping again with Debbie for a wedding gown she also got a lesson on a budget.

But it looked like she finally did learn a few pointers from Colt Johnson on money when she started shopping with her own money. Right after the 90 Day Fiance couple split, Larissa Lima posted a picture of herself looking gorgeous. But it appeared Larissa wasn’t just proud of her looks.

She seemed just as proud about the little bit of money she spent making herself look fabulous. Again, another throwback to Colt’s way of life.

While she’s had some negative things to say about Colt in the past, she does say that she still talks to him. Her Happily Ever After didn’t work out this time around. But it looks like she looking for an alternate ending with her new boyfriend, Eric Nichols.

90 Day Fiance: Money No Object… Until Now?

It seems as if the 90 Day Fiance star learned the value of bargain hunting from Colt Johnson. She listed off the price tag for the items she was wearing in the picture where she poses in the new outfit. The dress was $15, her bag was $10, and her shoes cost $10 giving her complete outfit a price tag of $35.

It looks like that’s another thing she took away from her time with Colt. Larissa Lima knows today money doesn’t grow on trees, it’s often hard to come by. Although she might not want to give Colt the credit, there’s no denying the dollar signs in her eyes seemed to get a lot smaller since her divorce.

Colt worked hard for his money and he’s careful not to blow it. On this season of 90 Day Fiance: Happily Ever After, he once mentioned how Larissa was costly.

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Maggie Larkin

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