90 Day Fiance star Larissa Christina Dos Santos Lima is definitely looking down on her estranged husband Colt Johnson for his recent financial scheme allowing women to "rent" him for a Valentine's Day date.

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"Everything that he says just shows off his true colors," Larissa told In Touch Weekly.

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Earlier this week, Colt shared a "Rent Me For Valentine's Day" posting on Instagram that shares his rates with women who can pay to take him out for the holiday.

Rates range from $20 all the way to $300.

If a woman pays $40, she'll receive chocolate, and $50 will get a woman a romantic dinner along with a photo for Facebook.

The $60-80 price point involves Colt meeting family members, $90 includes hand-holding, and if a woman is willing to rent Colt for $120, she will earn herself a kiss.

The whopping $300 package allows for a two-week relationship in which the woman and Colt can kiss in front of her family and friends, update their relationship status as "dating" on Facebook, and create an album of photos for Facebook.

"Better than asking for donations I guess," Colt captioned the Instagram post.

Colt's caption seemed to take a shot at Larissa, who has been asking for donations via GoFundMe to pay for the legal fees associated with the couple's pending divorce, as well as her pending domestic battery charges from her most recent arrest and now-uncertain immigration status.

"I think that is just low, that he brings up my donations," Larissa, who may be deported back to Brazil, told In Touch. "Everyone knows that attorney doesn't work for free, and I need three."

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Larissa also griped about the fact she put a lot of time and effort into filming the sixth season of 90 Day Fiance without payment.

"I worked for [eight] months on this TV show waking up 6AM to get ready, recording all day -- even [when] I was sick and he got all the money," Larissa explained.

Colt filed for divorce from Larissa on January 11, just hours after an explosive fight which started when Larissa accused Colt of purchasing pornographic videos.

Tension apparently escalated into physical violence and neither Colt or Larissa walked away from the brawl unscathed. However, Colt was the one who called the police, and so Larissa was arrested for the third time in one year.

Larissa was charged with misdemeanor domestic violence for the incident, but her two previous domestic battery cases from 2018 were both dropped.

Prior to this blowout fight, Larissa had accused Colt of cheating on her and flirting with multiple women on social media.

Colt and Larissa got married in June 2018. 

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In addition to starring on Season 6 of 90 Day FianceColt's cousin, John Maymoun, also told RadarOnline in December -- prior to the domestic violence incident and Colt's subsequent divorce filing -- that Larissa and Colt were in the process of filming Season 4 of 90 Day Fiance: Happily Ever After?.

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While an exact premiere date has not been announced by TLC yet, 90 Day Fiance: Happily Ever After?'s fourth season is scheduled to debut this spring.

However, so far the only couple the network has confirmed to return to 90 Day Fiance: Happily Ever After? are Chantel Everett and Pedro Jimeno, who were featured in a promo that aired during 90 Day Fiance's Season 6 Tell-All reunion special in January.