Cassia Tavares Exposes 90 Day Fiancé Season 2 Secrets

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90 Day Fiancé star Cassia Tavares claims she and Jason Hitch were given a fake portrayal and targets couples that stay despite being paid less.

Former 90 Day Fiancé cast member Cassia Tavares accused the TLC reality show of being an insult to immigrants, taking advantage of the couples and paying them pennies while distorting their history. Cassia and Jason Hitch, who died in December 2021 from COVID-19 complications, got married in 90 Day Fiancé season 2. Florida native Jason, a U.S. Army veteran, met Cassia, who is from Brazil, through Facebook when she was dating one of his friends. Jason and Cassia were together for three years; however, he was arrested for domestic battery charges against her in 2017 before their split. The couple got divorced in 2018, blaming it on their lack of communication. Cassia graduated from the University of South Florida and ended up getting married to her Italian boyfriend, Giuseppe.

Cassia previously spoke out about 90 Day Fiancé when she said that the featured couples are real but that TLC does produce certain situations for the television audience. Cassia recently took to social media to share a series of Instagram Stories (via Reddit user 55-percent), in which she made shocking claims. According to Cassia, Jason kept questioning 90 Day Fiancé about why they keep “inventing storylines and making couples’ lives a mess.” Their wedding was supposed to take place at Caesars Palace, but due to TLC giving them a “dirty storyline,” they settled for Mardi Gras. At one point, Jason asked them, “Do you really think you told 6 love stories in your show?” and TLC had the “audacity to say they did.” Cassia added that Jason was nothing like what 90 Day Fiancé made him out to be, and she wasn’t using anyone. Cassia said she was never after a Green Card and, in fact, signed form I-407 for “Abandonment of Lawful Permanent Residence Status.

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Cassia Reveals How Much 90 Day Fiancé Cast Gets Paid For Tell-All

When Cassia and Josh went to fly to New York to film the 90 Day Fiancé Tell-All, TLC wanted to pay only $1,000 per couple. It was Jason who united with the other couples and demanded $5,000. Cassia thinks the newer couples are “being used and being paid less than what they’re supposed to,” though she can’t tell if “they care.” Cassia thinks 90 Day Fiancé continues to make a mockery out of international relationships because there are “couples willing to go on national and international TV to be used, exploited, and paid basically nothing.” Cassia continued, “You’re not a star, you’re not getting Kardashian money, you don’t get any benefits. So why do it?” She wanted to know if it is because of the 15 minutes of fame and “some change” apart from the worldwide exposure “forever.” Cassia said there’s more to come because she’s tired of explaining herself for things that took place eight years ago just because she didn’t behave like a good dog.

Cassia has described starring on 90 Day Fiancé as making a deal with the devil. Somehow, fans seem to agree with her as well. They know that if the 90 Day Fiancé cast was getting paid well, they wouldn’t have resorted to doing Cameo, OnlyFans, and shilling slimming teas or fart jars. They are glad people like Cassia are being brave and speaking out about how things really are behind the scenes. Still, there is a chance that the couples who sign up for 90 Day Fiancé do know that their story will be misinterpreted, and their reputation is at stake.

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Regardless of the consequences, they go ahead with it for fame. Earlier seasons of 90 Day Fiancé were comparatively tame in comparison to the newer ones. Now a season is incomplete without at least two villains and several overly dramatic scenes that sometimes even become violent, like in the case of infamous 90 Day Fiancé star Angela Deem.

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