It looks like the sun is setting on the reality TV career of 90 Day Fiance star Larissa Lima.
The chubby Brazilian, who rose to fame on the hit TLC show, has reportedly gotten the ax from the network for her current efforts in the adult cam world.
On Saturday, Larissa, 33, went to Instagram to share the news in what she called her ‘closing statement’.
Closing statement: Larissa Lima, 33, star of 90 day fiancé, took to Instagram to share the news that TLC had dropped her from the hit reality TV show. Both sides seemed to cite her spirited video work for CamSoda as a catalyst, with the news that Larissa was detained by ICE the day before.
The news comes at a rough time as Larissa, who has had legal troubles in the past, was detained by ICE last week prior to the announcement.
Larissa posted a close-up of herself, writing, ‘Dear friends and followers, I want to make a statement for you, I am no longer a cast member on the show ’90 Day Fiance’.
She continued, “Due to my show with CamSoda, I was released by phone from my contract with TLC the day before ICE arrested me.”
CamSoda: Lima, who rose to fame on the TLC show, has now started using more explicit content for doing ‘camgirling’ for CamSoda and also using OnlyFans
The surgically enhanced brunette went on to say she would continue to produce content for OnlyFans, Instagram and YouTube, before thanking her followers for their “ understanding, love and attention. ”
Larissa’s adult ventures only came to light after she made headlines for spending more than $ 72,000 on plastic surgery to look like Kylie Jenner.
As documented on the TLC spin-off ‘Happily Ever After?’ Larissa begged her current boyfriend Eric Nichols for money to pay for the procedures in the hope that it would give her more opportunities.
She left the operating room after getting breasts, abdominal liposuction, rhinoplasty, and a butt augmentation procedure in addition to botox and fillers.
Kylie Jenner makeover: Larissa spent over $ 72,000 to look like the youngest KarJenner to get breasts, abdominal liposuction, rhinoplasty, butt enhancement, and more
Despite the expensive cost to her beauty, the payoff is bigger than she hoped as Larissa’s adult content has skyrocketed.
Larissa debuted her new improved look on webcam streaming platform CamSoda, bringing in $ 100,000 for an hour of lingerie content.
Due to high demand, it looks like the fiery Brazilian will be fine without the TLC exposure as she promises to continue riding the adult cam wave.
On Saturday, Larissa kept the content rolling, teasing a photo shoot for her OnlyFans on her Insta story, all the while getting full glam.
CamGirl: Larissa debuted her new improved look on adult webcam streaming platform CamSoda, bringing in $ 100,000 for an hour of lingerie content
However, her ride on the newly discovered money train is not without its challenges.
Before landing at her new home in Colorado Springs last week, their Vegas home was raided by ICE by Larissa and boyfriend Eric.
Larissa was subsequently taken into custody, although there is no knowledge of the reason for the arrest.
This isn’t the first time Larissa has landed in hot water with Immigration.
Boyfriend: Larissa’s boyfriend from the TLC spin-off Happily Ever After seemed to pay the bill for her procedures. The two met after Larissa divorced from the show from her first husband and have since sold their Vegas home and moved to Colorado Springs.
Larissa married first husband Colt Johnson on season six of the hit show after the couple met online.
Their tumultuous union turned ugly after Larissa was arrested for domestic battery in January 2019, forcing Colt to divorce just days later, creating an imminent risk of deportation of the Brazilian native.
As seen on the show, she appeared to be free after following legal protocol and doing mandatory community service.
Despite settling into her new American life, the 33-year-old has two children in Brazil who she hasn’t seen, though she promises to bring them to the US, assuming she won’t be deported.
American Life: Larissa and her boyfriend recently moved to Colorado. The Brazilian mother has two children at home who she is trying to transfer to the US, assuming she will not be deported again