90 Day Fiancé couple Paul Staehle and Karine Martins have been in the news lately, but not for their performances on the last season of the TLC franchise. Instead, it is due to some alarming claims by both reality stars about the nature of their relationship as a couple, and as parents.
Karine Martins fled Staehle’s home and filed a police report claiming that he had sexually assaulted her, among other things. Staehle then claimed that Martins put glass in his food. However, this is not the first time Staehle made this claim – the last time it was against Dairy Queen.
90 Day Fiance: Karine Says She’s Safe After Leaving
When Karine Martins fled Paul Staehle’s house with baby Pierre, Staehle started asking the fans on Instagram for any information they might have about her whereabouts. He claimed the sheriff had visited his house and told him they were looking for Karine Martins.
However, shortly after leaving, Karine Martins reported to the fans that she is safe with Pierre, and that the police know her location. The 90 Day Fiancé star took her Instagram story with her to let the fans know she’s okay.
“I want you all to know that it’s okay now with me and Pierre. I’ve been through a lot these past few days. As the media showed, I had problems calling the police because I feared for my life and that of my son, which led me to ask for help and eventually be rescued from an environment that was no longer healthy for any of us involved in the situation [sic],” Karine Martins wrote.
“I’m getting the best help I could ever get and I’m really grateful for all the people involved. I also thank all the people who are worried about me for the support I’ve had. It’s been a big part of my recovery [sic],” Karine Martins added.
She then reassured the fans that the police know about her location.
“Relationships are difficult and sometimes it just can’t be solved. I need this time to organize my thoughts, work on myself and take care of my son after everything we’ve been through over the past year and a half. To clarify, the [protective order] was me, I had help from a translator because I don’t speak English. I also want to say that I’m not missing. The police know where to find me if they need me. This is a legal case, not a “media case. Having said that, it’s the first and last time I talk about it. “Thank you again, Karine,” she concluded.