Former 90 day fiancé star Larissa Dos Santos Lima has completed her criminal case, can confirm RadarOnline.com.
The Brazilian model, 33, completed the court order given six months domestic violence classes, paid off her fines and completed 48 hours of community service, showing legal evidence. Her next hearing is scheduled for December 4.
Radar readers know that the reality star has avoided up to six months in prison after being accused of domestic violence against ex-husband Colt Johnson. Her ex-husband, who filed for divorce after seven months of marriage, claimed that Lima attacked him and falsified her own injuries after a fight in their home. Although she accused him of physical abuse, the Las Vegas police determined that her wounds were self-inflicted. Eventually, Lima was charged with first-class household batteries.
It was the third time she was arrested for domestic violence, although her first two cases were withdrawn. Luckily for Lima, a judge lowered her third charge for disorderly conduct and demanded that she complete 28 counseling sessions on domestic violence and pay a fine of $345 – or else.
She and Johnson, 34, completed their divorce in May, and six months later she ended things with her friend Eric Nichols.
Although in September, after their split, Lima submitted a police report against Nichols and claimed that he was harassing her, they have reportedly solved their problems and are now on good terms.
“I’m posting this to let everyone know that Larissa and I have managed to work things out and stay as friends,” Nichols wrote an Instagram photo of him and Lima in November. “We apologised to each other for the action we have taken in public about our family and fans of our friends.