Updated: May 30, 2019
Las Vegas, Clark County, Nevada. 90 Day Fiancé‘s aggressive Larissa Lima inflicts injuries on herself and blames it on husband, for the third time. Husband has had enough and files for divorce.
January 10, 2019
. After an argument which appeared to have escalated to a quarrel and then a physical altercation, Larissa Dos Santos Lima
attacked estranged husband causing injuries to his lips. When she noticed her husband called the cops, she bruised herself and posted photos of her bloody face and body injuries on Instagram claiming they were inflicted on her by estranged husband. In a video she streamed, she can be heard saying: "...he was hurting me, he was really hurting me, but he called the police first..."
. Actually, this is the third time she has done the same thing, so police were not buying it this time.
January 11, 2019
. 32 year-old Larissa Dos Santos Lima
from Brazil, was arrested by Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department and charged with first-degree domestic battery, bail set at $3,000. The same day, Mr. Husband filed for divorce which leaves the fictim with just one viable option for her visa: to declare herself an abused spouse and use the VAWA route. But how does that work when the so-called "abused spouse" is clearly just a fictim? You need not be surprised how much a pussypass can achieve in this country. Watch this space.
- Update -
May 30, 2019
. For having assaulted her American man and now ex-husband, 32 year-old Larissa Dos Santos Lima
won’t be serving any jail time. She was rather sentenced to 48 hours of community service and a $345 fine. Her nice little pack of fake justice also hints that the violence-inclined Brazilian woman's US citizenship application will not be affected by her proven glutton for assaulting husbands. In fact, she already polished herself up with another idiot excuse of an emasculated new BF. Let's see how that goes.
Meanwhile, Well done Uncle Sam. VAWA apparently now means protection for aggressive women. "Vindictive & Aggressive Women Act"
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