90 Day Fiance: Before the 90 Days star Stephanie Matto surprised some of her newfound fans this week when she talked about the time she spent living in Los Angeles pursuing an acting career. After months of unsuccessfully looking for her big break, the combination of loneliness, alcohol, and being broke motivated Stephanie to try out a new career path — as a stripper!
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90 Day Fiance: Before the 90 Days star Stephanie Matto has struggled on camera as she wrestles with whether or not to come out as bisexual to her parents before flying to Australia to meet her love interest Erika. However, some viewers were openly questioning the authenticity of the tension surrounding Stephanie’s decision — partly because of a video that she uploaded to her YouTube channel almost four years ago titled “I Was in Love With a Girl | My First Bisexual Experience.” Stephanie took to Instagram to explain the video and to assure everyone that her parents were not aware of her bisexuality.
90 Day Fiance: Before the 90 Days star Stephanie Matto makes her TLC television debut on Sunday night, and the 29-year-old YouTuber took to Instagram to get out ahead of some inevitable criticism once viewers discover that she offers nude photos and videos to paid subscribers on her Patreon account. Read all of what Stephanie had to say about the subject, plus get a breakdown on the different tiers currently available on her Patreon!
TLC dropped the first preview trailer for the fourth season of 90 Day Fiance: Before the 90 Days this week, and among the six new couples featured is the franchise’s first same-sex relationship. After striking up a relationship on social media, 29-year-old Stephanie Matto from Yonkers, New York is flying to Australia to meet her 24-year-old girlfriend, Erika Owens. In addition to coming out to her family, Stephanie is also taking a huge risk making the trip because she suffers from a life-threatening illness that means “a common cold can kill me.” But, Stephanie is a popular YouTuber with a long resume of view-grabbing antics, so how much (if any) of her story is just a stunt to get on the show?