'90 Day Fiancé' couple believe their love will conquer issues
Feb 3, 2015 at 12:07 PM
Was it real? Or was it really just for the green card? Are they still together? How are things going?
Question after question could be asked after this season's "90 Day Fiancé," which featured a Norwalk couple, local resident Danielle Mullins, 41, and Tunis, Tunisia native Mohamed Jbali, 26. The couple met in a chat room where Mullins said she was "just looking for friends." Then she met Jbali and eventually got to know him better and decided to visit him.
Jbali came to the U.S. on a 90-day visa card, meaning he had 90 days to continue getting to know Mullins and her three daughters and decide whether to marry her. If he chose not to, he would've been deported back to Tunisia.
However, as many know, despite the several back and forth answers, the couple were married.
But the season ended with many questions unanswered. Mullins shared answers to some of those questions in a story that was published Monday in the Norwalk Reflector.
Money issues, the visa and rumors about the state of their relationship and stories of other women were addressed.
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