90 Day Fiancé couple Paul and Karine Staehle have had a rather rough 2020 but, as of late, it seems like the couple has once again mended the bridge and are officially back together. Of course, the high profile and shocking drama between the two of them can't be ignored, and fans wondered if TLC would continue to have them on the show.
While there hasn't been any official word on what would happen, Paul recently took to Instagram and said the two "probably won't" be filming. In a lengthy update on the family's life posted to Instagram stories, Paul gave a rundown of everything happening in his life at the moment and why fans may be responsible for why the couple may not return to 90 Day Fiancé:
According to Paul Staehle, it was a fan or fans of 90 Day Fiancé that picked up Karine Staehle in the time where he reported her missing. Paul also alleged that these people acted as her translator and gave false testimony in reports that alleged he had raped and abused Karine during their time together. At the time that news first came out, Paul did state he could not believe Karine would allege such things and wondered if someone was speaking on her behalf.
Is this the end of 90 Day Fiancé for Paul and Karine Staehle? It sounds like a future for them on the show is not an impossibility and that the couple was not fired from their contract. Paul clarified the statement after speculation from those who saw the first message and laid out the situation for their future with the franchise:
Based on all that was written, Paul and Karine's contract was allegedly fulfilled with the conclusion of 90 Day Fiancé: Happily Ever After?. That means there would be no reason for TLC the fire the couple if there was no contract they were on the line for. Paul Staehle appeared to hint that the couple may be willing to return to the franchise in the future but, for now, anyone interested will have to follow them on social media and YouTube.
One interesting bit of information was that Paul Staehle allegedly has a sustainable form of income, something he always struggled with during 90 Day Fiancé: Happily Ever After? Paul mentioned in the earlier statement that most of his income currently comes from work he does on the internet. Currently, Paul and Karine are one of the many 90 Day Fiancé castmembers up on Cameo, which they charge $100 (opens in new tab) for a video. With 495 reviews, that sounds like it could be a lucrative endeavor and could last them a while in Brazil while they wait to return to America.
As for what all this means for 90 Day Fiancé, Paul Staehle makes it sound like the door is still very much open for them to return to TLC should they choose to do so. If that's true, then the couple caught a luckier break than others like Larissa Dos Santos Lima, who was cut from the franchise shortly after performing in a cam show for an adult website. More recently, Deavan Clegg said she and Jihoon Lee were cut from 90 Day Fiancé: The Other Way's tell-all special, so it's somewhat surprising to hear the couple who went through some of the most headline-grabbing drama may still return.
Finally, it should be noted that Paul Staehle is the sole source of this update. Without comment from TLC, it's always tough to say what is and isn't true when a castmember takes to social media to talk about the series. In either case, it seems fans will have to wait in either circumstance to see if Paul and Karine Staehle will return to 90 Day Fiancé in the future.
90 Day Fiancé: The Other Way airs on TLC Sundays at 8:00 p.m. ET. Continue to stick with CinemaBlend for more updates on the franchise, and for more news happening in television and movies.
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