Yve Arellano is a 90 Day Fiance star who accused Mohamed Abdelhamed, a fraudster, of immigration. Yve’s attorneys plan to use Mohamed’s false accusations against her in order to deport him.
InTouch reported that Mohamed had not committed immigration fraud. He claimed he had left Yve prior to his Green Card interview for his “safety”.
On 90 Day Fiance, Mohamed said that he was prepared to return to Egypt if he disagreed with Yve.
Yve was cleared of domestic violence charges. Yve’s attorneys plan to use Mohamed’s false accusations against her in order to deport him.
What will happen to Egyptian-born Mohamed Abdelhamed, 25, now that her case has been dismissed?
Yvette Arellano, Mohamed Abdelhamed, and their 90-Day Fiance relationship soon deteriorated. They have since been involved in heated dramas and accusations. Yve has now accused her estranged spouse of visa fraud.
Despite not being able to gain the trust of close friends, American mother Yve wed Egyptian man Mohamed during 90 Day Fiance Season 9.
Yve was already detained, and she faced domestic assault charges. But the 90-Day Fiance star of season 9 is accusing Mohamed now of fraud.
Fans felt that Mohamed & Yve’s relationship was the most problematic of all the 90-Day Fiance couples.
Yve appeared to be blinded with passion when she chose to continue the marriage despite Mohamed’s red flags. When Yve failed to file her paperwork, the young man threatened her that he would find another visa sponsor if she did not do so quickly.
Mohamed was very clear in telling 90 Day Fiance fans that he only wanted his documents, and did not care about his marriage with the mother. He now claims that Yve mistreated her.
Yve’s Lawyer Will Use This ‘Bull-s*** Case’ Against Mohamed
Martinez is one of the many women who have helped Yve since her illegal arrest. Mohamed is at risk of deportation to Egypt because Yve’s and Mohamed’s divorce has ended.
Now, Yve’s attorneys are trying to prove Mohamed falsely accused Yve of abuse. Martinez begins the TikTok by saying, “This is what you can do to get deported if you falsify police reports.”
The attorney said, “We’re not only going to throw out this case, but we will also use this bulls*** case to have him expelled from the country.”