Stephanie Matto traveled to Australia during this 90 Day Fiance season to see if her online connection with Erika Owens was as powerful in person.
While Stephanie wanted to take her time with Erika Owens, Erika was ready to explore their relationship to the max.
From a visit to an art store to get topless for a papier-mâché project to overnight trips, Stephanie Matto closed almost every effort Erika made to get to know her better on an intimate level.
At the end of Sunday’s episode, the two decided to let bygones be bygones and move on with their lives as Stephanie Matto prepared to return home.
Now, Stephanie Matto is accused of using the entire relationship and the 90 Day Fiance platform to promote herself.
90 Day Fiancé: Stephanie Addresses Accusations That She’s Faking İt On 90 Day Fiancé
Before Stephanie was on 90 Day Fiance, she was selling naked pictures of herself online. In a new Instagram post she says she’s not selling photos of herself because of her fame from the successful TLC series.
In fact, she claims she has absolutely no desire to become a famous reality star with a big following, but admits that her following has grown since she appeared on the show.
“I’m simply stating that I don’t give a damn about becoming a reality TV z lister,” she explains.
In defense of her behavior on the show, Stephanie Matto reveals that she’s not the sexy real-life fox in her photos. In fact, her personal relationships are not about sex, but rather about knowing people on a personal level.
“Since selling my nudes is a business and has been for years, I do my best not to make my relationships more personal and private about sex and lust,” she explains, stressing that she would rather know your favorite day and your childhood memories than jump into bed with you.
But that’s not all Stephanie Matto has to say. She also explains that she didn’t think it was nice to have to Skype her mother with someone who hadn’t met her family yet. Of course, she never came out to her mother during the show because she managed to change the subject.
“Being forced to come out because of a show sucks,” she explains. “The producers of the show really tried to make it easy for me, I knew that my mother would eventually see it and that she was literally a time bomb.
Then she explains that it was more important for her to go out with Mom in private. It was more important how to come out, not if she was going to do it with her mother.