90 Day Fiancé star Yve Arellano has been arrested for assault and battery after news of her husband's infidelity came out on the season 9 Tell All.
Single mom Yve, 48, has been in a relationship with her son Tharan’s dad for eight years. That relationship ended and she stayed single for eight more years.
Mohamed from Egypt noticed Yve when he was browsing through the “#fitbody” hashtag on Instagram.
Mohamed, who lives in Albuquerque, sent Yve a direct message and the two soon became romantically involved. After they appeared on TLC's Say Yes to the Dress, they got engaged.
Many fans noticed that Mohamed and Yve’s relationship had many red flags, including their age difference. Mohamed was immature and conservative, while Yve wanted to stick to her beliefs instead of converting to his religion.
The couple was always fighting, but they finally got married on the show after Mohamed threatened to find a new sponsor to kickstart his visa process and get a job in the U.S., away from his family in Egypt.
Instagram blogger Merry pants shared screenshots of messages exchanged between Mohamed and a mystery woman he was planning to marry after divorcing Yve.
After being exposed for cheating on her husband, Mohamed appeared in TLC’s The Tell-All Part 2 episode. Yve confirmed this on her own Instagram stories, referring to “homewreckers” and blaming him in a confusing statement.t.
However, what fans may not have expected was the arrest of 90 Day Fiancé star Yve, who was arrested in Albuquerque, New Mexico on August 15.
Yve was released from jail and her next hearing is scheduled for this week. As far as 90 Day Fiancé season 9 has revealed, Yve was staying in her home with her son Tharan and Mohamed joined them when he got his K-1 visa.
Immediately after Yve shared her Instagram updates about how the “truth always prevails” she received tremendous support from fans who’d found out about her husband’s affair from the show. According to one source, she seemingly confirmed their split by removing all of his photos from her Instagram feed.