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Where Is Danielle Jbali, The Star Of ‘90 Day Fiancé,’ Now?

Where Is Danielle Jbali, The Star Of ‘90 Day Fiancé,’ Now?

What was supposed to be a magical time for Danielle Jbali ended up being a disaster. She had met her love Mohammed online. He was from Tunisia and ended up moving to America to be with her. Unfortunately, there were a lot of petty lies between the two. It all played out in season 2 of the hit reality series. She claimed to have a job and some money saved up, but that turned out to be a lie.

As for Danielle Jbali, she had problems in the past with credit card fraud. Yet the two of them married only to have a man terribly embarrass her on national television. She tried to have the marriage annulled and the man expelled, but they eventually divorced.

As seen in spinoffs such as 90 Day: The Single Life, Danielle Jbali had a constant need for closure with Mohammed. Because of this, he still visits her and they catch up. It was difficult for her to date new men because she had trust issues.

Fortunately, she had friends who were willing to make her feel the best. She hopes she can find someone new, as seen in 90 Day Diaries, but she has another goal. Danielle wants people to stop wondering what she does for a living, so it is time to clarify her profession.

Where Is Danielle Jbali, The Star Of ‘90 Day Fiancé,’ Now?

A few months ago, Danielle Jbali posted photos of herself at her nursing graduation. Is she a real nurse? The answer is yes. She shared a photo holding her degree and all the information on her Instagram. Danielle is a licensed practical nurse (LPN). She cares for about twenty-five to thirty residents each day and loves her job.

While stressing that she is not an RN, for which more study is needed, she adds that a nurse is a nurse no matter what.

Written by Sarah Milner

Sarah Milner is a freelance writer for over 5 years.

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