Mohamed Jbali is done with "90 Day Fiance." This is what the Tunisian born reality star posted on his Instagram account after last Sunday's Tell-All special of "90 Day Fiance: Happily Ever After?" Season 2.

"90 Fake Days Fiance"

Mohamed also slammed the reality show, where he appeared for three seasons, as "fake." He is obviously disgruntled with how the show portrayed him to be. However, he clarified that he's not holding any grudges against TLC.

Mohamed is one of the most controversial stars in the "90 Day Fiance" franchise.

He was first introduced in Season 2 with his American wife from Ohio, Danielle Mullins. The two later appeared in two more spin-offs of the show.

Danielle and Mohamed had a tumultuous marriage. Their dramatic fights, which often included screams and tears, have been highlighted in the reality show. Danielle has accused Mohamed of cheating and using her to get a green card. They later decided to part ways, but not amicably.

In this season's "90 Day Fiance: Happily Ever After?" the bitter exes are back. Danielle's mission was to have Mohamed deported by filing an annulment on the grounds of fraud. However, her lawyers advised her to settle for a divorce for practical reasons. After their divorce hearing, Danielle bitterly told Mohamed that he was the "worst mistake" of her life.

Mohamed Jbali defends himself

Their marriage may have officially ended, but Danielle and Mohamed's drama is far from being over. During the Part 1 of the Tell-All special, Mohamed didn't want to appear for the last time to come face to face with Danielle and their other co-stars. He finally showed up while the show was already filming.

In a confessional interview, Mohamed said that he only agreed to proceed with the tell-all to defend himself.

Last Sunday's episode was the second of the three-part Tell-All special. Mohamed vehemently denied that he used Danielle to be able to come to America. He also revealed that his ex-wife didn't really love him, which caused Danielle to burst into hysterical tears and walk out of the set.

After the show, Mohamed posted a video on his Instagram account and said that being on a reality show is not for him. He explained that the first time he appeared on "90 Day Fiance," he didn't know what he was doing. According to him, he agreed to do another season because TLC promised to air the truth about himself. When that didn't happen, he said that he did the current season to get proof that the show was fake.

Now that the season is almost over, Mohamed said that he won't be appearing on any more shows in the future.

The 28-year-old Tunisian native said that he's in a much better place right now. Meanwhile, Danielle is still hell-bent on having him deported. She's gathered pieces of evidence of his alleged infidelity and is planning to send them to immigration.

"90 Day Fiance: Happily Ever After?" Season 2 Tell-All Part 3 will air on Sunday, Sept. 10, 8 p.m. on TLC.