The marriage of Paul Staehle to Karine Martins has been toxic for years. Things were bad before they got married. In recent years, things have gotten worse.
On Friday, images circulated suggesting that their eldest child, Pierre, had gone and was possibly with Paul. Fans were shocked. Was it a fake or the real deal? What happened to Pierre & Ethan? Paul, did you kidnap his son?
At this point, fans of 90 Day fiancé can imagine virtually any scenario for Paul or Karine. Even the worst scenarios are possible.
Two people, both severely damaged, have accused each other of abuse repeatedly. According to a report from Friday, Pierre Staehle, 3 years old is missing.
According to the story, which has been widely circulated by Missing People In America (MPA), he could be in Paul’s company. Paul was accused of abducting his son in June, possibly.
It was easy to believe this terrifying story. Paul’s history is filled with bad decisions and odd behavior. John Yates, 90 Day Fiance’s blogger (whom we are delighted to see doing better), was the one who had to find out what was happening.
John Yates was live on Friday night, as my friends who visited me discovered (and I thanked them profusely for their patience). He revealed that he contacted Paul.
John is known for his interactions with the cast both positively and negatively. John claimed that he had seen Paul with Pierre. This is not true. Paul is not missing and, according to the report, neither is Pierre.
(Of Course, everything has been filtered through John and the source of the information is Paul. But this is the best we can do at the moment. Paul spoke with John in the courthouse.
Mary, his mother was with him. Paul claims that he received full custody of his children in December 2021. The agreement was reached in response to the disturbing videos purporting to show Karine physically abusing Paul.
At the time, a court ruled that the children would be safest in Paul’s care. Paul claimed that Karine had recently told him that Paul was trying to murder her.
We know little about Karine’s claim and would like to hear more. Karine hasn’t said anything… but she allegedly spent the evening of Friday binge-watching Stranger Things. Paul told John his two children, Pierre and Ethan were currently “available for adoption”.
John must have meant to say “Get emergency foster care placements.” The courts may take this extraordinary step when there is a concern about the immediate safety of a child and neither parent can be found to be appropriate.
John’s Instagram report stated that the court also ruled Paul’s family unfit. Mary and other people may have been evaluated. It’s hard to say for sure if Paul and Karine are involved.
Paul was not exactly running. We had many questions. Paul had been posting typical social media posts. It is also possible that the court restricted Paul’s access, but understood that family members would not cooperate. John Yates, Paul Staehle, and others claim that Pierre and Ethan do not live with either parent.
His mother and he were trying to convince the court that the boys could stay with their cousin. This is a valid concern. Some emergency foster care environments are fantastic. Some emergency foster care settings are fantastic.
In either case, it can be traumatizing for the children. It is not just the child who suffers. Paul made a hint at this during the early morning hours of Saturday when he posted a picture on his Instagram Story after John’s Instagram Live. We hope that the family court will investigate this matter and decide what is best for the children.
How Can She Get Out of this Abusive Relationship?
Why doesn’t she leave? Many people ask this question when they discover that a woman is being abused and battered. If you are in an abusive relationship, it is not as simple as that.
It’s never easy to end a relationship. It is even more difficult if you’ve been emotionally abused, physically threatened, or financially manipulated.
If you are trying to decide whether to leave or stay, you may feel confused, unsure, afraid, and torn. You may be hopeful that things will get better, or worried about what your partner would think if they found out that you were trying to leave.
One minute you may be tempted to leave, and the next moment, passionately desire to remain in the relationship. You may even blame yourself for abuse, or feel weak for staying in the relationship despite it. Do not let guilt or confusion hold you back. You only need to be secure.
If you feel that someone is abusing you, keep these thoughts in mind:
- If you have been abused or beaten, it is not your fault.
- It’s not your fault if your partner is aggressive.
- You deserve to be treated with respect.
- You deserve a safe and happy life.
- Your children deserve to live a happy and safe life.
- You are not alone. You are not alone.