Larissa Dos Santos Lima Writes Sweet Letter To Her Former Mother-In-Law - Apologizes And Tries To Make Peace
After the finalization of her divorce from Colt Johnson, 90 Days Fiance star Larissa Dos Santos Lima is ready to officially leave all of their bad past behind! That being said, before starting anew, she felt like admitting her fault when it comes to some ‘big mistakes’ she made with her ex mother in law, Debbie Johnson.
Well, fans believe she’s talking about Colt’s mother but Larissa herself dropped no names, only mentioning that the message was for a ‘former family member.’
Those who kept up with their story on the TLC show know all too well how tumultuous their short-lived relationship was.
Their romance ended back in January, when the man filed for divorce after only seven months of being together.
Before their separation, Larissa was actually arrested for domestic battery so there was no surprise when things between them ended.
Furthermore, she and Colt’s mom would keep fighting on the series as well, never really getting along.
But since a new year is right around the corner, the 33 year old woman is ready to officially close that chapter and start a new one – with no drama.
About that, she wrote in part: ‘I want 2020 to be a year or renewal and to cleanse all of the bad energy from my past. There's been some really negative back and forth between me and a former family member. I do not want to fight with her, as it's all in the past.’
Larissa went on to take responsibility for her mistakes, saying that she was ‘sorry’ and that ‘I have paid for my mistakes by law with compliance of the court, but I'm sorry with my soul for my part in the breakup of the family. I have really fond memories of her, and when I think of them, I smile. When I reflect on things, apart from the negative, I acknowledge a lovely woman who I admire. I do not hate her. For a short time, we were family.’
Finally, she thanked her fans for all the support and begged them not to send hate to Debbie, saying that she wanted to make peace.