90 Day Fiance celeb Yve Arellano is facing domestic violence charges following an incident that took place in her Albuquerque home on August 15. And from the looks of it, Mohamed Abdelhamed may get the last laugh after all. So what’s the latest?
90 Day Fiance: Yve Arellano Charged with Domestic Violence
90 Day Fiance celeb Yve Arellano was arrested for domestic violence not long after Mohamed Abdelhamed’s cheating scandal became public. More specifically, the Albuquerque woman was charged with one count each of assault and battery against a household member.
All of this occurred in Albuquerque on August 15. However, it wasn’t immediately clear who the actual assault and battery victim was. Naturally, a large portion of 90 Day Fiance watchers thought Yve was angry at Mohamed – and that he was the target of her wrath.
Ongoing TLC Drama Over Legal Situation
Yve Arellano appeared virtually to answer to the domestic violence charges. Unsurprisingly, the American woman chose to enter a “not guilty” plea to the charges against her.
She also had a “pre-trial hearing” set for October 4, according to InTouch. According to Mohamed Abdelhamed, Yve allegedly attacked him while attempting to take his phone. And based on the most recent tea, there’s a lot more to unpack from this ongoing legal situation.
Will 90 Day Fiance Celeb Mohamed Abdelhamed Get Last Laugh?
Based on the latest 90 Day Fiance tea regarding this legal situation, Mohamed Abdelhamed may indeed get the last laugh when all is said and done. As longtime viewers keeping up with domestic violence situations involving foreigners on the K1 visa know, there are protections in place for the foreign spouse. And in Mohamed Abdelhamed’s case, it looks like he may have hit the jackpot.
According to social media 90 Day Fiance blogger Merry Pants, Mohamed brought forth a “whole list” of witnesses. And some of the evidence, in this case, includes 911 audio, 22 images, 4 audio files, and more.
And perhaps the ace in the hole for Mohamed Abdelhamed is that he will allegedly be represented by the District Attorney. And even more in his favor, Mohamed allegedly hasn’t had to pay anything out of pocket because he is the domestic violence victim in this case.
Additionally, it looks like there will be a new pre-trial next month and that all charges “still stand”, according to the social media blogger. Indeed, foreign spouses have used domestic violence situations to be able to remain in the United States and get that all-important green card. And based on these latest updates, things certainly seem to be moving in Mohamed’s favor.
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