’90 Day Fiancé’: Eric Rosenbrook Says What Cast Members Get Paid Is ‘Really Insulting’

by Jeremy Spirogis
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90 Day Fiancé star Eric Rosenbrook has a bone to choose with TLC. Despite the franchise having tens of millions of viewers, he says the forged members are paid lower than some other actuality present.

“You take a look at the current bulletins of the salaries of actuality TV stars and it’s like the preferred one, 90 Day Fiancé, pays the least. Like, by quite a bit. And it’s actually insulting, for what we undergo and what they put us by way of. It’s not value it,” he mentioned in an interview with The Domenick Nati Show on July 4.

Eric and Leida of '90 Day Fiancé' | Instagram @_aicohen
Eric and Leida of ’90 Day Fiancé’ | Instagram @_aicohen

Danielle Jbali on how little ’90 Day Fiancé’ forged members receives a commission

Eric isn’t the primary 90 Day Fiancé star to counsel TLC might pay them extra. When Danielle Jbali was interviewed by Nati on June 16, she mentioned forged members solely make $1,000 per episode they’re featured in.

“I still have my job. I’ve always had a job, even doing the show. I’ve always kept my job. I’ve never quit my job. I’ve always kept it because you can’t live off of not knowing if you’re gonna be filming again,” she mentioned.

As for a way the celebrities receives a commission, Danielle says TLC pays them half up-front and the opposite half on the finish of the season. That is, until they break the NDA, which she says lasts 9 months after the star’s last episode.

“They hold it so if you break your NDA you don’t get the rest of your money,” she mentioned.  

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Danielle additionally mentioned that, typically, international forged members aren’t in a position to be paid.

“When the foreigner is in the U.S., the foreigner doesn’t get paid until after they get a work permit,” she mentioned.

Danielle mentioned, in her and Mohamed’s case, solely she obtained paid throughout their first season. But she shared the cash along with her then-husband.

But throughout exhibits like Before the 90 Days and The Other Way, Danielle says international forged members are in a position to receives a commission.

“When they get to the U.S., they’re not allowed to work till after they do the adjustment of standing and get the work allow. But once they go abroad to movie, like the opposite present, Before the 90 Days and The Other Way, they receives a commission as a result of they’re of their nation and so they’re in a position to work,” she mentioned.

According to Eric, ’90 Day Fiancé: Happily Ever After?’ forged members receives a commission essentially the most

In his interview, Eric mentioned Happily Ever After? forged members receives a commission essentially the most.  

Happily Ever After? begins from $2,500. But you’ll be able to negotiate. You can get $3,000 or $4,000 per individual,” his spouse, Leida Margaretha, agreed.

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Eric says TLC has approached him and Leida a number of instances to be on Happily Ever After? however they received’t settle for their counteroffer.  

“They turned down our counteroffers, so we were like, ‘Alright, they must not want us that bad.’ We counteroffered with something that they couldn’t, that they wouldn’t do. Just so they’d stop asking us,” he mentioned.

Eric and Leida requested for $5,000 per individual per episode and a truck.

They have been like, ‘No, we don’t do this.’ And I used to be like, ‘Alright, cool. Then leave us alone,’” he mentioned.

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