90 Day Fiance's Andrew Claims Amira Lied On The Show About Their Fight, And He Has Receipts

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90 Day Fiancé Season 8 is nearly done and, as the tell-all gets underway, Andrew Kenton is on the offensive. The participant has not been fond of how he's been represented on the series to this point and how it's appeared that his ex Amira Lollysa had no part to play in the situation. Now, ahead of the "big reveals" in the tell-all, Andrew dropped a big bomb alleging that he and Amira's big fight, in which she kept from coming to America, didn't happen at all how she said it did.

In a series of since-deleted Instagram stories, Andrew shared a series of alleged conversations between him and Amira that disputed much of the couple's story in Season 8. The biggest of which came from a text exchange that supposedly revealed the true reason that Amira didn't come to America, which was originally tied to Andrew pressuring her to have children. Here's a transcribed version of a longer text exchange between Andrew and a producer for the show, which told a widely different story about why Amira didn't get on the plane:

Andrew: Actually I hate to rain on parade but I'm not going to be filming today. So ya'll don't need to come. Amira is saying she won't film anymore and the only reason I am filming is for her.90 Day Producer: What? Why? She is coming tomorrowAndrew: She sent [redacted] an email about payment or something. She apparently got some agent in Serbia, it's all madness to me.90 Day Producer: Well can't they figure that out I have crew here we are on our way.Andrew: Can't even get Amira on phone now.90 Day Producer: Look whatever this all is I'm sure they will figure it out. I don't have anything to do with payment and nor do I know what anyone gets paid that's not [sic] got for producers to know. We have a crew here and everyone is ready to shoot. When things get worked we still need to shoot this stuff and we can't do this any other day as she comes tomorrow. Then we fake things which I know you don't like [sic] not do we :)Andrew: I'm sorry this whole thing is for Amira. Things have fallen quite far. My family really doesn't want to do this whole thing, especially if Amira is no longer...

The screenshot from the rest of the conversation was cut, but the gist was clear. According to this alleged text exchange, Amira Lollysa didn't come to America because Andrew Kenton pressured her into having children, but because she had gotten a talent agent in Serbia. Though the whole context isn't clear, it appeared that this agent requested Amira be paid in order for the show to film her in America.

Once Andrew learned about the agent, the fight that audiences learned about on 90 Day Fiancé is what transpired. Andrew Kenton padded that reveal with texts that featured Amira raving about the hotel, as well as the food she ate in Serbia. Once again, it's a completely different story from what Amira told the camera about being held in bad conditions and unable to find food.

Basically, the texts seemed to call into question just about everything featured in the second half of 90 Day Fiancé's story on Andrew Kenton and Amira Lollysa. Andrew's texts also seem to play up the narrative he's suggested for months -- that Amira was more concerned with being on reality television and had a past history of auditions on other shows. My assumption is that this won't be revealed on the tell-all, which is why Andrew shared these ahead of Part 1.

90 Day Fiancé airs on TLC Sundays at 8:00 p.m. ET. The tell-all is sure to be really intense, so be sure to stick through it all to get all the answers (true or not) that come from it.

Mick Joest
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Mick Joest is a Content Producer for CinemaBlend with his hand in an eclectic mix of television goodness. Star Trek is his main jam, but he also regularly reports on happenings in the world of Star Trek, WWE, Doctor Who, 90 Day Fiancé, Quantum Leap, and Big Brother. He graduated from the University of Southern Indiana with a degree in Journalism and a minor in Radio and Television. He's great at hosting panels and appearing on podcasts if given the chance as well.