90 Day Fiance: before the 90 Days, viewers were finally introduced to the mysterious Maria during the season finale on Sunday evening.
During season 3 of the popular TLC show, Caesar Mack – a 46-year-old nail technician from North Carolina – communicated online with a Ukrainian woman named Maria and sent thousands of dollars to her without ever having met her face to face. While his friends and colleagues were convinced that Caesar was Catfished because they had never had Skyped together, Caesar is determined to make it work with Maria. Although the two broke up when their planned meeting in Mexico failed – Caesar Mack did not have enough money in his account to process the travel reservation – they met again weeks later.
During Sunday’s final of the season, Maria is finally revealed by an interview on camera, and although it is a relief that Caesar is not Catfished, she is clearly not nearly as serious about the relationship as he is. Although Caesar Mack had wanted to introduce Maria and repeatedly mentioned her the love of his life, she admitted seeing other men while talking to him. She also said she wasn’t attracted to him when she saw him in the dating app, but decided to correspond with him when he started sending her gifts.
When asked how much money he had given her over the years, Maria was not particularly grateful. According to Caesar Mack, he sends her $ 800 a month and has sent her a total of around $ 40,000 since she started chatting through an international dating service.
“I don’t know,” she said. “I am not an accountant.”
Maria called Caesar a “friend” and also remarked that he did not earn enough money to finance the lifestyle she wanted.
During part one of the ‘Tell Tell All special’, a clearly emotional Caesar says that the two broke up again, but he wants to win her back. In a scourge for part two of the special broadcast Monday at 8 p.m. on TLC the two finally talk through Skype.
ET recently spoke with 90 Day Fiance: Before the 90 Days season 3-star Tim Malcolm, who teased an explosive tell-all special.
“I can’t say anything, but I’ll say it won’t surprise me if it’s the most viewed story of all time,” he said. “It will go into the history books. It’s great.”
“It’s crazy,” he added. “It’s unexpected. It will just surprise you, and the people involved in what you’re going to see will be the least likely suspects.”