90 Day Fiancé” viewers are still reacting to the news that Deavan Clegg and Jihoon Lee will not participate in the show’s Tell-All episodes. Last week, fans learned that Deavan had accused Jihoon of abusing Drascilla, her five-year-old daughter. TLC decided to ban the couple from its Tell All episodes until the matter was resolved. However, it now appears that the reality network used a similar approach to deal with controversial cast members from the fifth season of “90 Day Fiancé: Happily Ever After,” as well.

Karine and Paul did not participate in Sunday’s Tell All

Last Sunday, TLC aired the first episode of its three-part Tell All. However, fans noticed that several cast members were missing from the show. Paul Staehle and Karine Martins did not feature in the Tell All, but the show’s host, Shaun Robinson acknowledged their absence. She explained that Karine and Paul were unable to join their fellow cast members for the Tell All, and she wished the couple the best and hoped that they were doing well. Karine and Paul are currently estranged after they had a nasty fight in July. The two reality stars filed restraining orders against one another, and have a pending court case that is set to be determined in December.

While Shauna tried to explain Karine and Paul’s absence, she did not address the reasons for Larissa Dos Santo’s nonattendance.

TLC fired Larissa after she made a video for a porn website

Fans have now learned that TLC fired Larissa from the “90 Day Fiancé” franchise. The Brazilian reality star took to Instagram to share the news and claimed that the reality network had reached the decision after she featured in a striptease video for CamSoda, an adult entertainment website.

“90 Day Fiancé” viewers had. in the past. speculated that Larissa would make a move into the adult film industry. According to TMZ, Larissa received $100,000 to shoot the striptease video for CamSoda. However, her actions prompted TLC to part ways with her. As she broke the news to her fans, Larissa claimed that the reality network terminated her contract the day before Immigration and Custody Enforcement (ICE) officers arrested her.

The controversial reality star was later released on her own recognizance, which means that while she did not pay any bail money, she will have to attend a future court hearing to determine her immigration status.

Some “90 Day Fiancé” viewers have expressed their disappointment at TLC’s decision to ban a considerable number of reality stars from its Tell All episodes. Fans will now have to follow Deavan and Jihoon as well as Paul and Karine on Instagram to get updates about their failing marriages. As for Larissa, she promised fans that she would continue posting adult content on her Only Fans account.