Paul Staehle is finally coming to his senses and trying to keep his personal business out of social media. In recent weeks, 90 Day Fiance: Happily Ever After? has shared – and shared too much – the personal details of his marriage and personal life.
He has published personal documents on Instagram ranging from the recent protection order filed against him by his wife Karine Martins to the arrest warrants for previous relationships.
Nothing seems to be off-limits. And when he doesn’t publish screenshots, he records all the drama live on Instagram.
But now it looks like he’s had some time to think and he’ll make some changes in the near future. Or at least that’s what he says in a new social media post.
90 Day Fiance: Paul Staehle Plans To Deactivate Social Media.
The 35-year-old had a lot to say in the last few hours. But this may be the last time we hear about Paul Staehle on social media if he stays true to the words of his latest post. In the message, the 90 Day Fiance alum talks about his social media addiction and says, “Has caused me nothing but pain”.
And surprisingly, he plans to make a big change, saying, “I’m going to deactivate all my social media accounts soon. Paul Staehle also had a message for everyone else. “Don’t let social media destroy your relationships and your family,” he said.
Given the horrible accusations made against him, most likely his lawyer or anyone with any sense would tell Paul Staehle to stay away from social media. Also, his wife Karine filed a three-year restraining order against him and recently had a court hearing.
It’s not clear what happened during the hearing and surprisingly Paul Staehle hasn’t published anything about it! However, a few hours ago he shared a long message expressing his regret for the excessive sharing of his marital problems on social media.
In the very thoughtful post, the future father of two children talks about the loss of his family since Karine and his son Pierre left their home. “I never imagined my heart could feel such pain. I always assumed that my son would be near me every day,” he shared.
Paul Staehle added: “I’m sorry I talked too much about personal issues on social media and with other people. I’m sorry that I assumed my family would be together forever and live happily ever after.
Staying away from social media is easier said than done, so let’s see if Paul lives up to his word.