90 Day Fiance star Brittany Banks has lashed out at TLC and producers for the way they edited Season 2 of 90 Day Fiance: The Other Way.

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After TLC aired the Season 2 finale of 90 Day Fiance: The Other Way on Sunday night, Brittany took to her Instagram Stories to express her frustration and disappointment in how the season unfolded on TV.

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"Now that the season is over, I would like to say every person on The Other Way production & editing team [red heart emoji] you're all garbage ass humans. Enjoy," Brittany, 26, wrote Monday on her Instagram Stories.

"To my exes and ex friends I used to know: [red heart emoji] you're also complete clout chasing garbage. I hope the 15 [minutes] of fame was worth being disloyal."

Brittany went on to say, "All in all, I'm glad it's over. Enjoy the Tell-All."

Brittany clearly confirmed 90 Day Fiance: The Other Way will have a second-season Tell-All event even though TLC has yet to confirm there will be a reunion special.

The network just recently teased a "big announcement" will be coming soon in regards to the Tell-All.

Brittany then concluded her rant with a peace-sign emoji, adding, "Hopefully they don't chop it up & let y'all get the truth. Trust issues on level 1,000,000."

Brittany, however, did not explain whether she's unhappy with how Yazan or herself was portrayed, and she didn't mention any scenes that bothered her in particular.

Brittany, a 26-year-old from Palm Beach, FL, and Yazan, a 24-year-old from Jordan, dated for five months prior to appearing on 90 Day Fiance: The Other Way's second season.

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Since Yazan couldn't move to America due to undisclosed circumstances, Brittany decided to move to Jordan so she and Yazan could begin a life together.

Yazan believed Brittany would change for him and convert to Islam. He wanted the aspiring rapper and model to behave like a Muslim woman in his home country and dress the part, but Brittany didn't plan on toning down her personality and sexy style for anyone.

"I'm such an independent person. I have my own thoughts and feelings... I am definitely going to corrupt him!" Brittany said on the show, adding that she had no intention of changing herself for a man.

Yazan also wanted to marry right away, within a matter of weeks, but he was unaware Brittany was still technically married and had yet to finalize her divorce from her former husband.

When Brittany and Yazan finally reunited in Jordan, they had a few heated disagreements.

Yazan put Brittany on blast for hugging a 90 Day Fiance crew member and carrying around a container of tequila in her luggage, and Brittany accused Yazan of being a controlling, disrespectful jerk.

"You don't love me because you don't change yourself," Yazan told his girlfriend.

Yazan's parents also wanted Brittany to delete her social-media accounts so people wouldn't think she's "a prostitute" and get married right away.

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Another huge fight sparked when a member of Yazan's family saw a picture of Brittany on her Instagram account in which she was posing by a Florida pool with a friend in skimpy bikinis.

Yazan allegedly flipped out over Brittany's photo, and Brittany called Yazan "insecure" and "weak as f-ck." Brittany told the cameras that she wasn't going to let Yazan and his family "bully" her.

Brittany asked Yazan to prove he's an independent man by securing a place for the two of them, making enough money to buy her a plane ticket to return to Jordan, and standing up to his parents.

Due to Yazan choosing a future with Brittany despite her resistance to conform to their culture and faith, Yazan's father kicked Yazan out of the house and fired him from the fish market.

"They might kill me or they might disown me," Yazan explained.

It took time for Brittany, however, to understand that Yazan was actually in danger for "humiliating" and bringing "dishonor" upon his family. Yazan did find a new job and get an apartment, but standing up to his parents didn't seem like a real option.

"I want you to get to him and tell him, 'If you marry her, your father will kill you,'" Yazan's dad Ziad told Yazan's brother Obaida.

"I'm telling you, and I'm warning you. I swear, tell Yazan if he doesn't reconsider, I will be his murderer."

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Yazan told Brittany that he still wanted to be with her no matter what, so he told her that she didn't need to convert to Islam for him. However, Yazan still begged Brittany to marry him sooner rather than later.

Yazan said he'd sacrifice anything for them to be together but he didn't want to lose everything in his life if Brittany wasn't sure about spending the rest of her life with him.

Brittany, however, didn't want to see Yazan lose his entire family and life just for a relationship with her. Obaida even told Brittany that she'd have to be his mother, father and entire support system if she and Yazan decided to be together.

"I just don't think Jordan is the best place for either one of us at this point. It's too dangerous," Brittany told Yazan.

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Brittany therefore suggested it would be best for their relationship to move it to the United States. Brittany said she initially didn't want to live in America with Yazan because she wanted to make sure his intentions were pure and he wasn't just after a Green Card.

Yazan didn't know how he felt about moving to America, which apparently was never a dream for him. Yazan hoped to be with Brittany in Jordan, but he told Brittany that he would move for her in order to be with her.

The couple then discussed Yazan getting a visa, and Brittany noted she'd have to do a lot of research. From her knowledge at the time, Brittany said her best bet would be to apply for a K-1 visa for Yazan.

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Brittany wasn't sure how long it would take for Yazan to receive a visa, but she said she wanted to return home where she felt safe and protected.

Yazan was scared Brittany might change her mind about being together or lose feelings for him when they continued a long-distance relationship, and Brittany said she didn't know what the future would hold but she trusted Yazan.

Given Jordan was about to enter lockdown due to COVID-19, Brittany decided to hop on a plane and head back to the United States before the borders closed.

On their way to the airport, Yazan asked Brittany in the back of a taxi if she wanted to marry him without going through with an official marriage proposal, and Brittany essentially said they needed to wait and see because he'd need to get approved for a K-1 visa.

Brittany wasn't convinced this relationship was the right one for her -- or the right one for Yazan.

The couple had an emotional goodbye at the airport, and Yazan hated saying goodbye to the love of his life. Yazan felt helpless in the moment, and Brittany told the cameras she had a lot to think about.

While it's unclear if Brittany and Yazan started the K-1 visa process, Brittany is still in America while Yazan remains in Jordan.

To read spoilers about the current status of Brittany and Yazan's relationship, click here.

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