90 DAY FIANCE Where is Mohamed Jbali? Did he get deported?

Where's Mohamed Jbali 90 Day Fiance deported?

90 Day Fiance star Mohamed Jbali is all set to make his triumphant return to the small screen in 90 Day Fiance: Happily Ever After? Season 2, but Danielle’s ex-husband may not be living happily ever after any more because he has seemingly vanished!

After leaving Danielle behind, Mohamed relocated to sunny Florida where he found a job as a driver and he began posting numerous update videos on Instagram and Youtube. But, Mohamed’s social media accounts fell silent more than a month ago, and aside from an unconfirmed sighting at a Florida Target a few weeks ago, no one has seen naugahyde nor hair of him.

On May 1, someone on Twitter asked Danielle: “Is Mohammed still here ?? I saw somewhere he wanted to go back to his country. Hope you’re doing well you deserve happiness ❤️” Danielle responded and revealed Mohamed’s whereabouts are a mystery to her too. “I don’t know, have not heard,” she tweeted about her ex, before adding of herself: “I am doing well.”

UPDATE – Danielle has since spoken with Radar Online and confirms that MOHAMED HAS NOT BEEN DEPORTED. “He has not been deported, it takes years before someone is deported,” Danielle says. “He’s probably trying to make people wonder what is going on.”

@90DayFianceFan even reached out to Mohamed’s jacket — but alas, no response:

Obviously, the Mohamedlessness has gotten many fans openly wondering if perhaps Mohamed was either deported, or perhaps even chose to return home to Tunisia. He did receive his green card, but it was only good for two years, at which point he would have to renew it. “He’s on a two-year conditional green card,” Danielle said early last year. “He needs my signature or some other kind of proof to show he didn’t violate the conditions. They don’t usually accept anything unless it has both signatures. So I don’t know how he’s going to prove it, because they won’t take any of the past paperwork that’s already been done.”

Another theory is that Mohamed’s “disappearance” is purely virtual and a result of some posts he made calling out 90 Day Fiance production for scripting scenes for the show. The posts came in the form of a series of Facebook Live videos in which Mohamed could be heard talking with producers about reshooting a court room scene. “I am going to put the same clothes on and redo the scenes for the courthouse,” Mohamed said in one clip. “I’m going to do that today until noon.”

It makes sense to me that Mohamed’s videos were a potential violation of his contract, and TLC threatened to withhold his earnings unless he stepped away from social media entirely. This is the third go-round for Mohamed and TLC, and usually reality show stars are actually making pretty good money by then — so that would be ample motivation for Mohamed to quit. (He sure seemed to love making those videos!)

90 Day Fiance star Mohamed missing? Was he deported?

The third theory is that Mohamed followed up on his promise to relocate north of the border. “I am going to leave the states,” Mohamed said in one of his now-deleted Facebook videos. “When I leave the states, I can go to Canada and go back to school there.” Devoted DanMo drama followers are probably aware that Mohamed has connections in Canada — I think it’s a brother?

Mohamed also suggested other options as well. “I might go back to Qatar and work there. I might go back to Tunisia,” he said.

I suppose we will all know more soon as 90 Day Fiance: Happily Ever After? Season 2 is set to premiere on Sunday, June 25 at 8/7c on TLC. (The cast recently wrapped filming on the show’s Reunion Special — no word yet if Mohamed was in attendance.)

UPDATE – Mohamed is BACK! After nearly four months away, Mohamed has returned to soshul meedya. Click here for all the details, including his explanation for disappearing, as well as some of the life-changing insights he had during his time away.

For those of you impatient to get your DanMom and Jorfisa fix, TLC has made the premiere episode of #90DFHEA available online — just click the link to watch!



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