Molly Hopkins

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Molly Hopkins and Luis Mendez

Molly Hopkins and Luis Mendez


Season: 90 Day Fiance, Season 5

Current Status: Divorced

Molly Hopkins was a 41-year-old living in Woodstock, GA, and Luis Mendez was a 26-year-old from the Dominican Republic when he arrived in America on a K-1 visa in 2017.

After originally appearing on Season 5 of 90 Day Fiance, Molly and Luis also returned for Season 3 of 90 Day Fiance: Happily Ever After?.

Molly and Luis met when she was booked a trip to the Dominican with her girlfriends and he worked at a bar she visited.

According to Molly, it was love at first sight, and Luis immediately told Molly that he was going to marry her.

Luis proposed to Molly only about two months after they first met, and she accepted, certain he was the man for her.

Although the couple did not have a traditional wedding, they legally wed during the 90-day visa period and tied the knot on July 20, 2017.

Luis did not get along great with Molly's two children, and he even left her at one point, but the couple eventually reconciled.

However, the reconciliation didn't last long and Molly filed for divorce after only six months of marriage on January 9, 2018.

Luis then got remarried in September 2018 -- just five months after finalizing his divorce from Molly.

Molly did not take the news well.

"I totally got used. But it's all good. Luis got married to a Dominican lady in Jersey, best I can tell. I saw pictures, so yeah, he's married to someone else," she said in an Instagram Live video.

"He totally got married to someone who looks older than me from the Dominican."

Molly also suggested the new marriage had been Luis' "plan all along."

"I feel it clearly shows he was possibly using me and my finances to get here because our divorce was final in May," she told Us Weekly.

"So he either already knew her and had a plan all along and I'm a fool, or we are both fools if she doesn't know him, because I met Jekyll in the Dominican and got Hyde here, or vice versa. Either way, may it work out because I'm glad he's gone."

Luis then fired back and claimed Molly had actually used him.

"You know something? [Molly] only took me here to get fame for her business," he told Us Weekly. "She never wanted to give me the opportunity to get my papers. Never."

Molly continues to live in Georgia and makes regular appearances on TLC's 90 Day Fiance: Pillow Talk commentary show.

In addition, she filmed footage for 90 Day Fiance: Self-Quarantined, which premiered on TLC in April 2020.

Molly also appeared on The Single Life, a 90 Day Fiance spinoff available on discovery+, the new streaming service TLC's parent company launched in 2021.

The Single Life follows 90 Day Fiance alums as they resume dating following divorces from their former 90 Day Fiance spouses.

During her appearances on The Single Life, Molly was shown beginning a long-distance relationship with a New York City police officer named Kelly.

Subsequent appearances on 90 Day Diaries showned Molly preparing to retire from the police force and move to Georgia to be with Molly.

"I'm excited for Kelly to come and for us to live together. We've certainly had talks of adopting, but I think once Kelly gets here, he's going to be okay with not having kids because we currently have six females living in our house," Molly shared during an episode of 90 Day Diaries which aired on TLC in June 2002.

Molly was shown living with her mother Mary, daughter Olivia, daughter Kensley, and two new puppies.

Molly said Kelly loved her kids and he had developed a beautiful relationship with Kensley. It was something Molly always wanted out of her partner but never had.

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