90 Day Fiance star Larissa Christina Dos Santos Lima was arrested for domestic battery on Saturday.

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As of Sunday evening, Larissa was still being held on $3,000 bail with a hearing scheduled for Tuesday morning on a charge of first degree domestic battery against Colt Johnson, her fiance on 90 Day Fiance's currently-airing sixth season, according to Clark County inmate records.

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The arrest occurred after Larissa posted a series of troubling comments and Instagram Stories on her Instagram account on Saturday that culminated with the 90 Day Fiance star asking her followers for help and claiming she had locked herself in a bathroom after Colt took her phone when the couple had an argument she subsequently posted about online.

In addition to the comments and videos she posted using a laptop she still had access to, Larissa also changed her Instagram username to "helpmeimwithoutphone" and updated her bio description to list her phone number and repeatedly plea for help.

"HELP ME. MY PHONE NUMBER IS 2535140806 HE TURNED OFF. HIDE MY PHONE, HELP ME. H WANTS TO CALL THE POLICE HELP ME," she wrote.

In a series of three Instagram Story text images he later deleted, Colt said the incident occurred because Larissa -- who he also confirmed is now his wife -- is suffers from anxiety and depression.

"Larissa was arrested this afternoon. She suffers from high anxiety and several depression. She over reacted to problems that do not exist," he wrote.

According to Colt, the police were called to the couple's home by Instagram followers who saw Larissa's online postings -- not him.

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"I proceeded to deactivate her phone to try to defuse the situation. This escalated issues and matters became worse. She felt this action was a threat towards her and tried to reach out for help. Not long after her cry was posted, the police came and knocked down the front door. They drew their guns at me and handcuffed me," he continued.

"The police interviewed us but not long after they decided to arrest Larissa. No one was hurt and I did not press charges against my wife. However it is policy in the state of Nevada that since we are in a domestic partnership, someone had to be arrested."
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Colt's mother Debbie -- who was flying to New York to appear on Sunday night's 90 Day Live broadcast at the time of the incident -- also addressed Larissa's arrest on her own Instagram page and blamed it on "fans," before subsequently deleting her comments.

"Larissa suffers from depression and very bad anxiety," Debbie wrote. "She works herself up to an emotional breakdown. My son usually takes care of it but a few of you decided to get the police involved and they took her to jail. What wonder fans she has."

Saturday's events appear to have begun after Larissa posted a series of Instagram Stories videos -- in both English and Portuguese --  in which she said she couldn't "lie" and "pretend" anymore and claimed the reason she doesn't post about Colt on Instagram is because Colt has told her not to do so. 

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In addition, she also suggested it was because Colt wanted other women to still believe he is single.

"I will explain again because people doesn't understand... Colt asks me to don't follow him, don't post anything about him.  This is the reason I hide any content, everything about him... I can't lie, I can't pretend anymore," she said.

"The truth is the girls message him -- girls that you, never you believe, everyone messages him -- and he believe if he show us, [if] I show that we are happy... the girls will be stopping, it's extremely selfish," she continued.

"To be honest, I want to cry because I feel like sh-t. But it is truth... I can't keep lying, lying, lying... because I'm tired, I'm tired of this game!"

Larissa then elaborated further in another Instagram Story video.

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"No, we don't break up... I still do things for him -- but he doesn't like to show us together. He doesn't like to show, understand?" she said.

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After another video in which she reiterated her claims that Colt doesn't want her to post anything about him so "girls" will think he's single, Larissa then posted a video in she alleged Colt had returned home with flowers while she was cleaning but then knocked over a tall shelving unit in the living room after they argued.

"I was cleaning, look at what she did in the house.  It's ridiculous... he never did anything housey, and he doesn't respect it... people that want to work, people that wants to organize," she vented. "Colt fans, look at now who he is!"

"I said, 'Ok, I accept the flowers but what you are doing is wrong. Stop the lies, stop to pretend to people that we are not together,'" Larissa said in her final video.  "Then he put the flowers down and he did it!"

Afterward, Larissa's Instagram Stories postings stopped and her Instagram account username and bio description were changed.  In addition, she also posted a series of similar all-caps comments on her most recent Instagram photo.

"HELP ME COLT TURNNED 0OF MY DATA MY P0HONE HE WANTS TO CALL POLICE," she wrote. "HE DESACTIVATED MY DATA AND WIFI HE IM HIDDEN AT BATHROOM"

"PLEASE SEND TO HIM GIVE MY PHYONE BACK I CANT LEAVE THE ROOM," she wrote after posting Colt's phone number.

"I NCANT POST USING MACBOK E CANT USE MACKBOOK HE WANTS CREAT A SITUATIO TO CALL THE POLICE"

Colt, a 33-year-old software engineer from Las Vegas, NV, met Larissa, a 31-year-old from Brazil, on social media.

Colt and Larissa eventually both traveled to Cancun, Mexico to meet-up in person, Colt proposed after just five days together.