90 Day Fiance: Before the 90 Days featured Amanda and Razvan taking their relationship to the next level, Cleo confronting Christian about his lie, Dempsey losing trust in Statler and rejecting her request to move in together, Tyray finally meeting "the real Carmella," and David facing a financial dilemma with Sheila during the Season 6 episode that aired Sunday night on TLC.

The eight couples starring on the new season of 90 Day Fiance: Before the 90 Days include Gino Palazzolo, a 53-year-old from Michigan, and Jasmine Pineda, a 35-year-old from Panama; Amanda, a 31-year-old from Louisiana and Razvan, a 26-year-old from Romania; and Riley, a 48-year-old from Pennsylvania, and Violet, a 43-year-old from Vietnam.


The rest of the couples are Christian, a 30-year-old from Minnesota and Cleo, a 32-year-old from England; Tyray, a 33-year-old from California, and Carmella, a 27-year-old from Barbados; David, a 42-year-old from Nebraska and Sheila, a 31-year-old from the Philippines; Meisha, a 43-year-old from Minnesota, and Nicola, a 46-year-old from Israel; and Statler, a 33-year-old from Texas, and Dempsey, a 28-year-old from England.

According to TLC, Season 6 of 90 Day Fiance: Before the 90 Days will follow long-distance relationships and document how each couple found each other as well as their first in-person meeting in a foreign country "and the unexpected surprises, cultural clashes and dramatic twists" along the way.

"This season serves up an explosion of emotion with all the highs and lows of dating across the globe, as marriage proposals dangle in the distance," the network teased.

In most 90 Day Fiance: Before the 90 Days cases, a pair of lovebirds are hoping to get engaged and begin the K-1 Visa process.

After traveling across the world, the couples will determine if love can conquer all as they experience challenges such as language barriers, interfering families, cultural differences, age gaps, ex partners, and baggage from the past.

Below is what happened on Episode 11 of 90 Day Fiance: Before the 90 Days' sixth season.


Amanda and Razvan were shown waking up in bed next to each other, appearing all cuddly and giddy.

Amanda said her relationship with Razvan had improved because he was finally listening to her and seemed to really care about her.

"So we stayed up all night [and had sex]. I just felt like it was the right time," Amanda shared in a confessional.

"And also, it was really difficult to hear his friend Deanna call my relationship with Razvan 'toxic.' Honestly, it makes me want to be a better partner for Razvan because I love him."

Razvan also gushed about how his night with Amanda was "amazing," and she added how waiting to have sex made it that much more special and intimate.

Even though Amanda had lost her late husband and was still grieving that loss, she said making love to Razvan felt like "a good thing." She apparently didn't feel guilty or uncomfortable about it.

Razvan then took Amanda to Bran Castle, the castle of Dracula, in Romania, where they planned to stay the night. Razvan had delayed filming his music video to prove to Amanda that she was his priority, especially since she didn't like the idea of him kissing another woman in the video.

"I feel like we are in a good place," Razvan said, adding how being with Amanda felt relaxed and happy at this point.


Razvan just hoped Amanda was going to be 100 percent committed to him going forward.

The day prior, Razvan had received approval for a Tourist Visa, but Amanda still wasn't 100  percent sure about her boyfriend moving to the United States so soon. Amanda also didn't think her children were ready to meet Razvan in-person and find out that he was her boyfriend.

"It will probably be emotional for them," Amanda explained to Razvan.

Razvan wanted more answers from Amanda, but she simply wasn't sure how to introduce a new romantic partner to her children, who had lost their father. She thought Razvan was being pushy and lacked understanding, which made the situation even more difficult for her.

Amanda and Razvan had a big fight later that night. Amanda worried they were just too different and wouldn't work out as a couple. Amanda said Razvan became very defensive when she had asked him to reveal his plan for living in the U.S., such as whether he'd be able to support himself financially while chasing his dreams as a singer and actor.

Amanda got the vibe that Razvan wasn't going to work and make money while pursuing his goals, and Razvan, on the other hand, complained about how Amanda didn't support his dreams.

Razvan didn't think he could compete with Amanda's late husband Jason, and Amanda admitted she had said some hurtful things.

"I'm looking for a man that will put his pride aside and do anything for his family. I told him that when I first met Jason, he was a manager of a restaurant... and did what he had to do to provide for his family. Razvan didn't respond well to what I was saying," Amanda noted.

Amanda suddenly came to the conclusion that she and Razvan weren't great for each other, and Razvan didn't think Amanda was ready to commit.

"Maybe I lied to myself because I didn't want to say to myself [that our relationship] wasn't right," Razvan said.

Amanda was the first person Razvan had been with after getting his heart broken, and Razvan was the first man in Amanda's life after a tragic loss. She wondered if they were both broken and so they were fighting to keep something alive that wasn't really meant to be.

"Maybe I'm not what she needs. Is something wrong with me? But in the right relationship, you're not feeling this, that there's something wrong with you," Razvan cried. "I don't know if it's over. I don't have an answer, and this is very confusing."


Gino said he and Jasmine were making progress after enduring many ups and downs together during his trip to Panama.

Gino, however, said he and Jasmine still had some things to resolve, such as Jasmine's issues with his family.

Gino therefore FaceTimed with his cousin Dana while Jasmine was sitting next to him.


Dana had once questioned if Jasmine's love for Gino was genuine and sincere in a social-media comment. Jasmine said she really wanted to like Gino's family but if Dana upset or disrespected her, Gino would be "put in the middle of a war."

Once the pair had Dana on the line, Dana explained how it was clear Gino loved Jasmine -- but he had some doubts of Jasmine and her motive for being with Gino.

Dana explained how Jasmine was always getting facial treatments and hair extensions using Gino's money. Dana could tell that Jasmine got "benefits" out of her relationship with Gino, and so he wanted to make sure her heart was in the right place and that her intentions were pure.

"You're living your best life, so I just wanted to know, 'Is this real? Do you really love Gino?'" Dana asked.

Jasmine said while she didn't want to be rude, the only person she had to prove her love to was Gino.

Dana explained how he knew about their frequent arguments, but Jasmine insisted she loved Gino and he's "a grown-ass man" who didn't need a babysitter. Jasmine admitted she was "so sick and tired of the assumptions."

"It's not like Gino is an innocent person and I'm the bad b-tch," Jasmine told Dana.

Dana promised Jasmine that he didn't mean anything bad by the comment and that he just wanted Jasmine and Gino to live their lives and be happy. However, Jasmine still felt like Dana viewed her as "an opportunist and a gold digger."

Jasmine wasn't buying or accepting Dana's apology, but she chose not to fight with him via FaceTime.

Gino just wanted Jasmine to understand that his family is very important to him, and since she was about to move to Michigan, he wanted his fiancee to get along with his relatives. He never wanted to have to choose between Jasmine and his loved ones. In fact, Gino said having to make such a decision would be "devastating."

Jasmine asked Gino what he would do if his family hated her, and Gino said he would try to get to the bottom of things and work things out with them. Jasmine was afraid to lose Gino because of his relatives, but he assured her that she had no reason to be scared.

"I'm scared they're going to hate me because I know myself. I am not stable emotionally," Jasmine admitted.

"I cannot manage my stupid anxiety... Every time I feel insecure, my way to deal with it is I put this shield [up] by hurting them more than the pain they're causing me in that moment... But then I hurt the person I care about, which is double the pain for me."

Jasmine told the cameras that hurting Gino because of her own insecurities was not making her life better in any way.

Gino shared with Jasmine how she should feel excited to meet his family rather than threatened, and so Jasmine promised to maintain a positive mindset and work on that.


Cleo wondered if Christian was embarrassed or ashamed about having sex with her, and Cleo said Christian's secrecy about their sexual encounter felt like "a betrayal."

Christian had told 90 Day Fiance producers a story about their intimacy that left out the fact they had sex, and so Cleo called Christian a manipulator and a gas lighter.

"She asked me if I'm a psychopath, and my first question was, 'Do you even know me?' It's just extremely upsetting that something I feel is a very small situation -- that would be remedied with just some communication -- has really blown out of proportion," Christian told the cameras.


Christian said he didn't want to feel anxious in a relationship all the time, waiting for his partner to determine if he's an "evil person" or in it for ulterior motives.

Cleo felt very nervous about confronting Christian, and so she brought her friend along for the conversation to have some emotional support. Christian, however, didn't like this woman's involvement in his personal affairs, and he felt like they were going to gang up on him.

Cleo then attempted to articulate her thoughts by saying they had been intimate, only for Christian to suddenly change his tune the next day and lie about what happened.

Christian explained how he wasn't sure if Cleo was going to be comfortable with talking about their sex life on camera and so he tried to play things down a little bit, but Cleo said she had never said anything of the sort -- nothing that would've given Christian that impression.

"I was trying to avoid a situation like this," Christian said.

"But you created this situation... You [lied]," Cleo countered.

But Christian didn't feel, in his own mind, like he had lied, which made Cleo's friend think that Christian was being very defensive and dishonest. Cleo's friend didn't think that Christian was ready to date a transgender woman.

Christian thought having another person in the room was unfair and uncomfortable, so he asked Cleo's pal to leave. Christian was beginning to wonder if this was a relationship he could even be in any more.

Christian insisted that he wasn't trying to manipulate or gaslight Cleo and he didn't want to date someone who would accuse him of those things. Cleo said he didn't care what society thought about him, although he temporarily took his family's thoughts and opinions into account.

Cleo wanted to give Christian the benefit of the doubt, but he found their conversation very upsetting. Christian said he never had second thoughts about Cleo and he really wanted to be transparent with her.

After talking things out, Christian hoped this fight would make their relationship grow and get stronger -- and they hugged it out. But Cleo still wasn't convinced that Christian felt confident and comfortable dating a transgender woman.

"I am really invested," Cleo told the cameras of her romance with Christian.

When Cleo walked her friend out, the pal admitted that she was very worried about Cleo growing deeper in love with Christian. She asked Cleo to keep her guard up, especially because she didn't like how Christian had talked to his girlfriend.

Cleo's friend thought that Christian just wanted to be right, like that was the most important thing to him.


Tyray was shown sitting at a restaurant in Denver, CO, waiting for "the real Carmella" to show up and join him for a conversation. Tyray wanted to find out if Carmella had anything to do with Christian from Barbados, and so he thought he'd be able to get a good read on her in-person.

"I'm nervous, not knowing what's going to happen or come from this meeting. Even though she's not the face I've been talking it, it's the face I've loved," Tyray shared in a confessional.

Suddenly, Carmella showed up, and she put her glasses on to see Tyray better.


Tyray couldn't stop giggling, and he admitted it was a weird situation and meeting. He said that seeing Carmella in the flesh was "a mind f-ck."

Tyray gushed about how Carmella looked nice and had her nails done, but this wasn't the person he had been in love with for four years.

Tyray explained how he had been talking to a man named Christian, who was using Carmella's pictures.

"It's hard to see you because I was in a relationship with the image of you," Tyray explained. "This is just so hard."

Carmella appeared a little uncomfortable and guilty, and so he asked her flat out if she had something to do with the scam. He asked if she knew a man named Christian from Barbados.

Carmella insisted that she didn't know these people at all and it was "freaky" to know people had stolen her identity, in a sense. Tyray felt relieved to remove Carmella from that scenario, but he wasn't any closer to finding out whom he had been talking to for so long.

Tyray received a little closure from Carmella, who had a lot of mixed feelings about the scandal. Carmella told producers that Tyray seemed like a really good guy and so she felt sorry for him.

Carmella advised Tyray to not let this heartbreak stop him from finding love and happiness again.

And then Tyray gifted Carmella a candle and candle holder. He thought they were "vibing," which made him feel really good.

Carmella was single at the time, but she said she just wanted to live her life and "do me." Tyray asked if they should keep in touch and remain friends, and Carmella responded, "I trust you. I believe you."

Tyray said maybe they could travel together and check out California, and their conversation was a positive one overall.

Tyray was extremely glad to have traveled to Denver to get to the bottom of things, and meeting the real Carmella showed Tyray that he could put himself out there again, date, and not be so afraid to meet another woman. Tyray realized he had some game and didn't need to hide behind his phone anymore.


Statler felt like she was ready to move in with Dempsey in England because she was happier than ever before, and so she was prepared to talk about the future with her girlfriend during her sweet Valentine's Day surprise.

Statler made a bonfire outside and gave Dempsey red roses, a pomegranate cocktail, and a gift bag with mushroom earrings inside. The couple then made Smores together, and Statler shared how her feelings for Dempsey had increased and their relationship was going so well.

"Over text, I never expected you to be as amazing as you are, and I love you," Statler announced.

"I also love you," Dempsey replied.

Statler asked Dempsey if she was 100 percent sure, and Dempsey confirmed that was the case.

Statler then dropped the bombshell that she had no plans of renewing her lease in the United States and so she'd like to move to England, and possibly move in with Dempsey.

Dempsey told Statler that she felt strongly for her but they needed to take things slower and not jump into a move so quickly. Dempsey said she had rushed a relationship in the past and it wasn't right for her for many reasons.


Dempsey therefore suggested that Statler could get her own place up the road and then maybe they could move in together after six months of dating.

Statler appeared upset and disappointed, and she asked, "Why? What's the point? When I'm in, I'm all in, 100 percent."

Statler didn't understand why Dempsey didn't want her to move in with her. Statler said if they were going to have a future together, she wouldn't move to another country just to live apart from her partner. Statler didn't think that made any sense.

Dempsey thought she and Statler still had a lot to get to know and learn about each other. For example, Dempsey never knew Statler had cheated on a woman before until Statler told her dad that just two days prior.

Dempsey asked if there was still something between Statler and her ex-girlfriend. Statler said they had spoken about a month ago but there was nothing left there.

Statler, however, confessed how her ex-girlfriend wanted to pick her up from the airport in England and stay in a hotel together in order to get some closure. Dempsey couldn't believe what she was hearing, and it made her feel sick to her stomach.

Dempsey questioned if she could even trust Statler, and without trust, there was no point to pursue a relationship.


A few days after the funeral for Sheila's mother, who had unexpectedly passed away from an accident, David said Sheila seemed extremely sad and depressed, which broke his heart and made him feel awful.

David spoke to Sheila through an American Sign Language interpreter named Aimee. Sheila was a little jealous of Aimee, but she was able to open up about how her mother's death was very traumatic for her.

David wanted to comfort Sheila, but they struggled to communicate and Sheila was grieving.

Sheila decided to set her pain to the side and focus on her romance with David since they didn't have a lot of time left together.

Since Sheila's mother had fallen down the second floor of their house, David hired a contractor to make sure the house would be safe for Sheila's family going forward. David offered to finance the repairs, telling Sheila that he made $800 per week working at a casino and supermarket.

Sheila clearly thought that David had a lot of money given the standards and circumstances she was used to at home, but David didn't think he made a lot.

"I'm not a rich person but I'm more than happy to help Sheila because I love her," David said.

The carpenter named Jupiter told David that he was going to owe $1,725.50, which he thought was quite expensive. David therefore asked Sheila if they could discuss the cost in private.

That night, Sheila took David to a local sports pub, and she got a little jealous of the other women who were there.

David then explained to Sheila how he wasn't rich and had to work very hard for his money. He said he wouldn't be able to pay the entire construction bill, and Sheila said she felt bad for expecting too much of her boyfriend.

Sheila said it was hard for her to find work and no one in her family could help her financially. She therefore felt embarrassed to have to rely on David so heavily for support and money.

Sheila didn't want David to think that she was with him because of his money, but David didn't seem to think that was the case.

"I'm realizing David doesn't have the money to support me in general, and so I have so many questions about our future. Seeing my mom die made me realize I want a better life for me and my son," Sheila told the cameras.


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