'90 Day Fiance: Before the 90 Days' Couples Now: Who's still together? What couples have split up? Where are they now? (PHOTOS)
Cortney Reardanz and Antonio Millon
90 Day Fiance Season: 90 Day Fiance: Before the 90 Days, Season 1
Current Status: Broken Up
Cortney Reardanz was a 26-year-old Florida native and world traveler when she met 31-year old Antonio Millon, a model from Malaga, Spain, online.
After flirting via text message, they decided to meet in person.
Cortney therefore traveled to Spain as shown on Season 1 of 90 Day Fiance: Before the 90 Days, but once she arrived, she didn't feel like she was Antonio's priority, as he dragged her to work events and wasn't very attentive to her.
Although Cortney returned to the United States without a commitment from Antonio, they revealed during the Tell-All special they were still dating and trying to make their romance work long-distance.
Antonio even said he could envision the couple getting married in the future. The couple saw each other multiple times after that point.
But Cortney ultimately decided to call it quits on their relationship over FaceTime because she grew frustrated by Antonio's reluctance to commit, according to In Touch Weekly.
Cortney appears to currently be single and enjoying the single life in Florida.
In late 2019, Cortney made headlines when videos showing her partying at a Dominican Republic resort with several other single reality stars -- including 90 Day Fiance Season 6 star Ashley Martson former Bachelor In Paradise bachelors Kamil Nicalek and Christian Estrada, and Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood star Antonio Velaz -- surfaced on social media.
The trip was reportedly a pilot for a new reality series, however the project does not appear to have gotten picked up.
In April 2020, Cortney appeared on TLC's premiere of 90 Day Fiance: Self-Quarantined, which gave viewers a glimpse into the lives of former 90 Day Fiance franchise stars as they quarantined themselves at home amid the coronavirus pandemic.
During Cortney's 90 Day Fiance: Self-Quarantined segment, she explained that she had been staying with a man named Andy who owns a period-cup company she promotes as a brand ambassador the last few weeks.
According to Cortney, she had spent the last three weeks quarantining with Andy -- who considered himself to be Cortney's boyfriend, although she didn't reciprocate the label -- because she was afraid to return to her parents' home and potentially infect them.
"Andy calls me his girlfriend and thinks we're in a relationship and talks about marriage or the future and stuff, but I'm just [not into it]," Cortney told the cameras.
Cortney said they fought too much and Andy was sometimes "super nice and loving" -- but "mean" at other times.
"I'm trying to be nice right now but I kind of hate him," Cortney said.