90 Day Fiance stars Natalie Mordovtseva and Varya Malina have been hanging out in Florida together, and critics are wondering why Natalie is still in America if she and Mike Youngquist are no longer together. It was revealed during season 2 of The Single Life’s Tell All that Mike never filed Natalie Mordovtseva’s green card papers, so viewers have questioned Natalie’s apparent comfort in America.
Ukrainian Natalie Mordovtseva and Russian Varya Malina have been controversial figures within the 90 Day franchise for different reasons, so their dating has been touchy for many observers in general.
The Instagram video reel posted by Varya caught the attention of some supporters, but there has also been a dominant voice from haters who have taken issue with Natalie’s undisturbed presence in America.
90 Day Fiance: Varya Malina And Natalie Mordovtseva Get Backlash For Insensitive Remarks
Varya Malina posted a compilation video of her recent time spent in Tampa, Florida with Natalie Mordovtseva and while there was some support from 90 Day Fiance fans, many felt conflicted. Natalie’s continued presence in America despite her breakup with Mike was the focus of much criticism on the post.
The video itself showed Natalie Mordovtseva in the driver’s seat picking up Varya Malina, and then the two were shown walking and frolicking on the beach.
The comments section had an interesting mix of strong opinions both in favor of their meeting and criticizing Natalie.
Varya Malina has been mired in her own controversy over her continued adoration and support of her Before the 90 Days partner Geoffrey after he was convicted of the kidnapping and brutal assault of his ex-girlfriend and sentenced to 18 years in hard labor.
Geoffrey Paschel perpetrated the violent assault just weeks before he left for Russia to meet Varya for the first time and film the fourth season of Before the 90 Days.
Varya Malina uprooted her life in Florida and moved into Geoffrey Paschel’s home, was present at the sentencing, demanded money from Geoffrey’s supporters, and maintained his innocence despite the conviction and sentence among other moves to support him.