90 Day Fiance: Happily Ever After?'s latest episode continued to feature drama, heartbreak, and adversity for the spinoff's six couples.
In addition to Chantel, a 26-year-old from Atlanta, GA, and Pedro, a 27-year-old from Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, other couples starring on 90 Day Fiance: Happily Ever After? are Anfisa Arkhipchenko, a 22-year-old from Moscow, Russia, and Jorge Nava, a 27-year-old from Los Angeles, CA; and Molly Hopkins, a 42-year-old from Woodstock, GA, and Luis Mendez, a 27-year-old from Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic.
The rest of the couples starring on the series are Nicole Nafziger, a 24-year-old from Bradenton, FL, and Azan Tefou, a 26-year-old from Taroudant, Morocco; David Toborowsky, a 49-year-old from Louisville, KY, and Annie Suwan, a 25-year-old from Bueng Kan, Thailand; and Russ Mayfield, a 31-year-old from Oklahoma City, OK and Paola "Pao," a 30-year-old from Bucaramanga, Colombia.
The third season of 90 Day Fiance: Happily Ever After? premiered May 20 on TLC, and the series features memorable 90 Day Fiance couples -- which are each comprised of one U.S. citizen and his or her foreign partner or spouse -- continuing to fight for a fairy-tale ending.
While Nicole and Azan are only engaged because he had been denied a K-1 visa, all of the other couples are married and trying to make their relationships work. However, as shown in Sunday night's episode, several of the marriages are falling apart at the seams.
Below is the latest on each couple, according to Sunday night's broadcast of 90 Day Fiance: Happily Ever After?:
Chantel and Pedro
Chantel's sister invited Pedro and his sister Nicole -- who was visiting the United States from the Dominican Republic -- over for dinner in attempt to unite the two families. Chantel hoped to leave negativity and hard feelings in the past so she and Pedro's sister could just move on and be friendly with each other.
However, Chantel's parents felt Nicole had "taken advantage" of their daughter, who kindly allowed Nicole to stay in her home, and that Pedro didn't have his wife's back.
Pedro wasn't thrilled about the family gathering since Chantel's loved ones had always been suspicious of him, but he wanted to prove his love for Chantel by being pleasant around her family.
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During the dinner, Nicole was being very sweet and gracious, but Chantel told the cameras Nicole was just "acting" and being fake.
It wasn't long until bickering broke out at the table between Nicole and Chantel, who were still hung up on their previous argument over Nicole sleeping on a couch. Chantel accused Nicole of lying about her bad behavior stemming from that particular dispute, and then things escalated quickly.
Pedro stood up and demanded Chantel's brother, River Everett, to repeat something seemingly offensive he had said. The men slowly approached each other while screaming, and then a full-on brawl resulted around the dinner table.
Pedro and River not only tackled each other -- and Chantel's mother accidentally -- in the kitchen, but they also threw punches at each other. Chantel's family worked together to kick Pedro out of the house, and Nicole followed after getting her hair pulled out.
Before Pedro left the home, he kicked a glass centerpiece that was on the table and shattered it into pieces. Chantel couldn't believe this was how the dinner ended, and she broke down into tears.
Nicole and Azan planned to get married in less than two weeks. Nicole's mother Robbalee was still questioning Azan's motives, but Nicole expected that would change once they got to know each other better.
Robbalee was then introduced to Azan's mother Nezha in Morocco. There was a language barrier between the two women, so the meeting was a little awkward, but they hugged each other and were at least amicable.
Nicole later found out she would need to return to America to retrieve an original verified police record, as she had obtained just a photocopy. Nicole and Azan were told they would not be able to get married until Nicole was able to obtain such a document.
Nicole knew this police record could delay their wedding by a matter of weeks, and Azan sadly noted they must change their wedding date although a lot of money had already been spent.
David's friend Chris informed him that the firehouse had been sold and so he needed to move out of his home within three days.
David was told he could live in a storage facility but it didn't provide much other than a roof over his head. If David worked at the facility, however, he could stay there for free.
Annie wasn't happy about the idea of moving, and she noted that David needed to get a job and take care of her. David insisted he was doing the best he could, but Annie wasn't buying it, and she was starting to lose trust and faith in her husband.
"For everything he has told me, he lied. He just f-cking lied," Annie vented to the camera.
David didn't want to manage a storage facility given he has a Master's degree, but he was running out of options.
Once David and Annie toured the facility, it didn't appear to be that bad. However, there was no stove for Annie to cook on, and since she hates American food, she refused to live in a place where she could not cook her own meals.
David pushed the idea of staying there anyways, and Annie said she regretted ever marrying David and moving from Thailand. Annie seemed to genuinely consider the idea of leaving David and living somewhere else.
Anfisa was still reeling from the call she had received from Jorge's ex-girlfriend, who claimed Jorge has a daughter whom he abandoned. Jorge kept denying to Anfisa that he is the girl's father, but Anfisa didn't know what to think or whom to believe.
Anfisa didn't think Jorge was being completely honest with her, but every time she brought up the subject, he would become frustrated and shut down.
"I think he's trying to hide things from his past," Anfisa told the cameras.
Since Anfisa grew up without a father and knows how hard it is to feel abandoned, there was no way she would accept such behavior from Jorge.
Jorge then explained to his wife that his ex-girlfriend became pregnant shortly after they began dating but the baby was not his. Anfisa told Jorge to step up to the plate and take care of his daughter, but she also feared he'll need to pay child support if it can be proven he's the father.
"I don't think Jorge realizes how serious I am and how upsetting this is for me. I feel like it is his child, he knows it and she knows it and I'm the only one in the dark," Anfisa said.
Molly's decision to file for divorce from Luis and the impending consequences resulted in "a great deal of intensity" building up in her system.
"I feel cheated and I feel defeated. I put my whole mind, heart, body and soul and my family into this," Molly shared.
Molly felt she had to stay strong for her children but there would be no one to pick up the pieces for her later on.
Molly then met with her brother, hoping he could lift her spirits a little bit. Molly informed her brother of the divorce proceedings, and he was shocked and disappointed to hear his sister could be on the hook financially for Luis for a long time.
But Molly explained to her brother how she had a shot to prove Luis had an agenda for coming to the United States and that agenda probably involved her money.
"He was having 30 or 40 minute conversations with other females," Molly told her sibling, adding that she found numerous photos Luis had taken of himself and suspected he was sending them to other women on social media.
"If he gets his green card, I will be responsible for him for 10 years... he needs to go back to the Dominican Republic."
Paola's grandmother sadly passed away and she was feeling "devastated."
Since Paola just visited Colombia with her husband, she couldn't go back for the funeral, and that crushed her inside.
Paola was finding life away from her family extremely difficult, especially in light of recent events in which she had lost a baby. Paola never anticipated living in the United States would be so hard, and she couldn't stop crying.
However, Paola found a nearby church and lit a candle in honor of her grandmother. Paola could tell her grandmother was with her in that moment, and that gave her some comfort and solace.