90 Day Fiance star Larissa Christina Dos Santos Lima has avoided jail time in her domestic-violence court case after allegedly assaulting her ex-husband Colt Johnson.

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Larissa, 32, has accepted a deal to reduce her misdemeanor domestic violence charge down to a disorderly conduct charge in exchange for community service and a fine, E! News reported.

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Larissa was reportedly ordered by a judge to serve 48 hours of community service and pay a $345 fine.

"Everything went according to plan. The judge accepted the negotiations to reduce her case down to a disorderly conduct upon successful completion of her requirements," Larissa's attorney Adam M. Vander Heyden said in a media statement obtained by E! News.

"After consulting with her immigration attorney, this negotiation will not impede her ability to obtain citizenship."

Larissa took to Instagram Stories on Thursday to discuss the results of her Thursday court hearing earlier that day.

"Friends don't believe in fakes, my case was PAUSED has no 'guilty' or 'no guilty'... and I'll follow the program the court [gave] me in the end won't be domestic violence," Larissa explained, Us Weekly reported.

"This [is] all can I say about the case, who has real info and can speak about don't make fakes to make you guys confuse [sic]."

Although Larissa claimed a verdict had not been reached in her case, she reposted a comment from an unidentified account that said, "Congratulations on the deal to my friend Lari!!! Not guilt. She stays in America!!! Haters having a heart attack today hahha."

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Also on Thursday, Larissa posted a photo of herself with police in the background as well as images of what appeared to be a celebration with her new boyfriend, Eric.

"I would like to thank my attorney, Adam Vander Heyden @dui_doctor for the amazing job he did representing me and protecting my rights. He helped me through this in the most dignified manner," Larissa captioned the slideshow.

"Thank you, @goombolsaffino, for holding my hand and giving me the strength and support to help me figure out my classes and community service. I would like everyone to know that I am very happy and positive about my future!"

Colt and Larissa, who currently star on 90 Day Fiance: Happily Ever After? but got their start in the franchise by starring on Season 6 of 90 Day Fiance, got married in June 24, 2018, according to Clark County Clerk records obtained by Reality TV World.

After two previous arrests in 2018, Larissa was taken into custody a third time in January 2019 following an explosive argument with Colt in their former Las Vegas home that escalated into bloody injuries -- including a gash on Larissa's cheek and a cut on the inside of Colt's lip.

According to Larissa, the fight sparked when she allegedly found email receipts for pornographic videos Colt had allegedly purchased.

Larissa was charged with misdemeanor domestic battery, according to a criminal complaint obtained by TMZ.

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The document, which was filed in Las Vegas, reportedly stated that Larissa "did willfully and unlawfully use force or violence against or upon the person of her spouse."

Hours after the incident, Colt filed for divorce from Larissa on January 11 to end their seven-month relationship.

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After Colt filed for divorce, Larissa later responded to the petition in February and requested Colt pay her $1,000 per month in spousal support.

On April 1, Colt's lawyer released a statement saying Colt and Larissa had reached a divorce agreement and it was in the process of being written up to be signed and submitted to the judge overseeing the case.

Larissa's was supposed to have appeared in court on April 4 for her latest domestic violence charge, however she and her lawyer received a continuance.

In late April, Larissa and Colt's divorce was finalized after a Nevada judge signed their agreement to make it official.

According to court documents of the divorce settlement obtained by TMZ, neither Colt or Larissa are required to pay spousal support to the other and there is no community property, income, assets or debt to split up between them.

In addition, Colt and Larissa have reportedly agreed to not "slander, defame, disparage or communicate untruths" about each other in the press or on social media.

If either individual makes any malicious statements about their former spouse, they will allegedly owe significant monetary damages to the other.

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Earlier this week, Larissa denied Colt's mother Debbie's claim she will be deported soon.

"I woke up this morning, to find messages sent to me, and posted about my legal status in the US," Larissa wrote on Instagram on Sunday, according to Us.

"This isn't true, everything about my status in the US is confidential and will not be disclosed by third parties that [are] not involved in any immigration process with me."