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It's splitsville for local reality TV couple

By Norwalk Reflector staff • Dec 24, 2015 at 11:00 AM

90 Day Fiancé stars Danielle Mullins and Mohamed Jbali have called it quits, according to a story in Us Weekly magazine.

Mullins, from Norwalk, was featured late last year in the reality show.

The TLC personalities, who were without a doubt the most entertaining couple on season two of the dating show, have gone their separate ways.

Mullins revealed their split via Facebook on Dec. 17 after fans questioned why the pair were setting up a GoFundMe account to fix a car.

“If you can donate please help but if not that is fine to,” she wrote on their shared Facebook page. “Please don’t leave negative comments. There is stuff going on with me and my girls. Right now I want privacy so we can begin the process to heal. When I am ready, I will make a announcement what it going on,” she shared, causing fans to speculate.

In a separate post, Mullins finally explained they had split.

“So since people are being so hateful on other pages and groups. Me and Mohamed are splitting. I will not comment any further on the matter. Please allow me and my kids our privacy to heal and move on with our life,” she wrote.

As fans of the show are well aware, Jbali and Mullins had their fair share of ups and downs. Prior to the wedding, Jbali had concerns about marrying Mullins while talking to an immigration counselor. “Since we got married, we’ve had many ups and downs. Mohammed has brought up divorce, and it’s usually when we’re fighting,” Mullins said prior to their split.

The couple, who are about 15 years apart, also caused a great degree of controversy over their ages and the validity of their affection. Even more questions were raised when Jbali visited Norwalk lawyer Paul Dolche asking how long he would need to be married to Mullins before he would be clear of the threat of deportation.

In case you’re not familiar with the show’s platform, 90 Day Fiancé films as single people from around the world get with American citizens through the use of a K-1 90-day visa. If the couple don’t marry in the 90 days, the overseas partner returns to their native country.

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