While the stars of 90 Day Fiance are paid for their participation in the hit series, most of the actors also have real-life jobs outside the reality show’s cameras. From influencers to construction managers, appearing on screen can help or hurt TLC allies’ businesses. Controversial Season 8 star Stephanie Davison loves to show off her wealth in Belize to Ryan and Harris.
In fact, Stephanie Davison shook hundreds for her cousin – and her new boyfriend – Harris. According to The Overtimer, some fans speculated that Stephanie Davison’s dollar bills were fake. She even bragged about buying her (now ex-)fiancé Ryan a $3,000 watch.
With all these expensive gifts, how does Stephanie Davison actually earn her money? Keep scrolling to find out why Stephanie Davison considers herself self-sufficient, as well as why fans think her business may be in trouble after her 90 Day Fiance drama.
90 Day Fiancé: How Did Stephanie Davison Make Her Money?
Stephanie Davison concentrated her entrepreneurial spirit in two non-surgical weight loss centres in Michigan. The Skin Envy medical spa package promises to “reverse ageing, boost energy and improve intimacy”, according to its website slogan.
Stephanie Davison founded Skin Envy in 2002, “offering European advancements for a better body and mind”. The centre specialises in removing cellulite with vitamins and hormone injections, which Stephanie Davison claims even prevent COVID-19.
According to Stars Offline, Stephanie’s net worth is estimated at $1.5 million. However, her medspa business may be on the decline after Stephanie’s controversial portrayal on “90 Day Fiance”. “I can’t imagine the exposure is GOOD for her business,” one Reddit thread began.