Season 5 alumnus Josh Batterson was on the legal system`s radar for the first time in 2007 for a DUI case, according to Starcasm. The case was closed in 2010, but Batterson had to participate in an alcohol education and treatment program. Starcasm also reports that he was arrested in March 2010 for assault and disorderly conduct after allegedly punching a 28-year-old woman in the face. Paschel confirmed that the status of his legal issues kept him out of the special meeting during an Instagram Live with his representative Rocco Straz in June. “I`m not sad that I`m not here,” Paschel said. “The mentality of staying away from Tell-Universe because someone said something is the most absurd thing I`ve ever heard in my life. I want my trial to be over, and once my trial is over, my life will go on. My life is fine now, don`t think I`m holding back from anything. But it`s the “he said, she said.” But I`m ready. I did my homework, and I am – I was there, you know. Clarkson eventually pleaded guilty in exchange for a fine and completion of a weekend drunk driving school certificate program at Kirkwood Community College. However, this was not Clarkson`s first legal battle.
At the age of 24, he was arrested for spending 28 years in prison and three years on probation and for getting into vehicles. The Potthast family has consistently caused problems in the series and legally, Charlie Potthast is a remarkable example of the Potthast family`s criminal past. His first arrest was in connection with an intoxicated driving case in 2005. Although Potthast pleaded not guilty, he was charged with reckless conduct, for which probation ended in 2008. “One of the relationships I`ve been in ended so badly that it has caused me serious problems and I haven`t explained everything to Karine yet,” Staehle admitted in a previous episode. Eventually, he walked in and Karine accepted his past. From drunk encounters to serious third-degree charges, the occupation of 90 Days Fiancé has been quite notorious in legal matters. Paschel appeared in the 4th season of 90 Day Fiancé: Before the 90 Days, which aired in 2020. He got engaged to Varya Malina on the show, but was not asked to participate in the recording due to his legal issues.
Paschel`s legal problems stopped the way his story was told on the show. Due to the criminal proceedings, Pashel was barred from participating in 90 Days Fiancée: Before the 90 Days of Season 4 Tell-All. That same month, the wedding planner responded to a subscriber who asked her why she wouldn`t confirm if she and Paschel had married. “That`s a great question,” she said in an Instagram video. “And the answer is that I`m boring.” In a written caption, she added, “I can`t and still don`t want to discuss the legal case.” Tyler Nafziger, who appears as Nicole Nafziger`s father on the show, is quite notorious when it comes to illegal acts. Already in October 2019, Nafziger was arrested for possession of drug paraphernalia and assault. As InTouch reported, in January 2020, charges of possession of a third-degree drug of a controlled substance without prescription fees and a first-degree charge of possession of narcotics equipment followed. While some 90-day-old fiancée couples might be “#CoupleGoals,” Larissa Dos Santos Lima and Colt Johson had a tumultuous romance. But before her marital encounter on the show, she had three legal cases over her name. The first on Larissa`s arrest sheet was a home battery charge in June 2018, followed by the same charge in another domestic battery case with Johnson in July 2018 and another arrest in January 2019.
In June 2018, Dos Santos Lima was arrested for domestic battery charges shortly before her marriage to Johnson. These allegations were subsequently rejected. Disclaimer: This article discusses incidents and problems related to family assault and substance abuse. Smith had already made clear his criminal past due to his struggle with a gambling addiction in season 1 of 90 Day Fiancé: The Other Way. His wife, Tiffany Franco, revealed that his records included a speeding ticket, possession of a drug, a charge of armed robbery and a charge of stealing money. But although he had several disputes with the law, none of them resulted in a conviction. The 44-year-old, who appeared in 90 Day Fiancé: Before the 90 Days in 2020, was convicted of aggravated kidnapping and domestic violence against his fiancée. He grabbed her by the neck, hit her head against a wall and “refused to let her leave her apartment,” according to the press release. In January 2017, Hitch was arrested for domestic violence following an alleged altercation with his ex-wife Cassia Tavares. The charges were dropped the next day.
The couple then divorced in October 2018. “90 Day FiancÃ” © star Ben Rathbun was reportedly arrested Tuesday in Michigan for a probation violation. In March 2010, he was arrested again for misconduct and assault. Starcasm reported that the one who accused him was his ex-wife (whose name has been kept anonymous). The charges were later dropped by the alleged victim when she was unable to cooperate with prosecutors. Before The 90 Days has its fair share of liars and offenders, Ben Rathbun being one of them. He was first arrested in 2020 for drunk driving. Although he was on probation for 18 months and his license was suspended, Rathbun violated the order in March 2022, resulting in another arrest. “I`m not sad that I`m not here,” he said during an Instagram Live in June 2020. “The mentality of staying away from Tell-Universe because someone said something is the most absurd thing I`ve ever heard in my life. I want my trial to be over, and once my trial is over, my life will go on. However, his entire criminal past was not revealed on the show.
It turned out that Paschel went to court around the season 4 premiere date in a June 2019 case where his ex-fiancée accused him of domestic violence. The case required Paschel to be held accountable for the alleged abduction, assault, vandalism and disruption of an emergency call.