Ukrainian 90 Day Fiancé cast member Natalie Mordovtseva infuriated fans with her strange behavior on Instagram. TLC viewers got to know Natalie Mordovtseva better when Mike Youngquist flew to Kiev on season 7 of 90 Day Fiancé so he could meet Natalie and her elderly mother. The 37-year-old former actress soon moved to America, where, after much turmoil, she finally married Mike, only to leave him six months later.
Fans have often accused Natalie Mordovtseva of manipulating Mike Youngquist and using him for her money and Green Card. These criticisms from fans usually made their way onto Natalie’s IG, which is why she turned off her comments.
In December 2020, Natalie Mordovtseva moved out of Mike’s trailer in Sequim and has been in Florida ever since. Fans last met Natalie on 90 Day: The Single Life, and on that show, she unsuccessfully dated model Johnny, who was openly touchy-feely.
Later, she met a California CEO named Josh. However, the real shock of the season wasn’t Natalie meeting a potential fourth husband. It was Mike Youngquist revealing that he hadn’t applied for his green card. Since Mike finally announced that he had decided to divorce, fans expected that Natalie had already been deported to Ukraine.
90 Day Fiancé: Natalie Mordovtseva Slammed By Irate Followers.
However, Natalie Mordovtseva is in America, as per her updates on Instagram, while Russia is launching a devastating attack on Ukraine, where she lived with her mother. Natalie’s fellow 90DF Ukrainians, such as Yara Zaya, Lana, and Maria, are constantly asking fans to send thoughts and prayers to their motherland. Meanwhile, Natalie’s latest IG post depicts her staring seductively into the camera while Billie Eilish’s “all the good girls go to hell” plays in the background.
Natalie Mordovtseva’s agenda of posting songs that make her look like a bad girl could mean she’s embracing the personality that fans have come to dislike on 90 Day Fiancé. Natalie is known for being weird on social media.
There was a time when Natalie was hugging and kissing trees on the show, while embracing the woodland fairy character that fans had seen on her YouTube channel. The same channel was also used by Natalie to promote her cooking show, where she once made sushi dressed in a traditional Chinese outfit and was criticized for cultural appropriation. Most of Natalie’s posts on Instagram are inconsistent and hard to decipher, like this one, in which Natalie from 90DF plays hide-and-seek.