90 Day Fiancé star Nicole Nafziger has come beneath hearth prior to now for deceptive posts on her Instagram profile encouraging customers to swipe up for a information story. Often, these embody references to her relationship with Azan Tefou. However, this time, Nafziger posted a “link in bio” to her story referencing Karine Martins and Paul Staehle’s scenario, and followers assume she’s gone too far.
Karine Martins filed an upsetting police report about Paul Staehle
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After an incident on the 90 Day Fiancé couple’s residence through which Karine Martins known as the police on Paul Staehle, Martins has fled with child Pierre. During the preliminary incident, Staehle recommended Martins was making an attempt to go away the nation with Pierre, and took Pierre’s paperwork to stop that from taking place.
Now, Martins has left, and has additionally filed a police report in opposition to Staehle that implies some very upsetting habits on Staehle’s half. Martins claimed that Staehle bodily assaulted her and compelled her to have interaction in oral intercourse.
She additionally claimed he required her to cease taking contraceptives, and that she fears for her household’s security have been she to return residence. She wrote, partially, “If I refuse he throw things, he yells, or he threats to call police, he currently hold my green card and all my documents. I am not allowed to leave the house, he monitor my phone [and] he have cameras around the house and he can see through his phone who arrives or who leaves. He threats take our son Pierre away if I ever leave [sic].”
Karine Martins assures ‘90 Day Fiancé’ followers she’s secure
Naturally, 90 Day Fiancé followers have been involved for Karine Martins’ security, particularly given Paul Staehle’s requires data relating to her whereabouts.
Martins took to her Instagram story to tell followers that she’s secure and sound with Pierre. She wrote, “I want you all to know that me and Pierre are doing well now. All this past days I had a lot going on. As the media showed, I had issues where the police was called because I feared for my life and my son’s life which led me to ask for help and ultimately be rescued from an environment that no longer was healthy for none of us involved in the situation [sic].”
“I’m getting the best help I could ever get and I’m really thankful for all the people involved in it. I also thank all the people that worry about me for the support I have had. It have been a big part of my recovery [sic],” she continued.
Martins went on to reassure followers that she’s not lacking, writing, “Relationships are hard and sometimes it just can’t be fixed anymore. I need this time to organize my thoughts, work on myself and care for my son after everything we have been through in the last year and half. Just to clarify, the [protective order] was me, I had help from a translator since I do not speak English. I also would like to state that I’m not missing. The police know where to find me if they need me. This is a legal matter not a “media matter.” That being mentioned it’s the primary and final time I’ll discuss it. Thank you all once more, Karine.”
‘90 Day Fiancé’ followers rip into Nicole Nafziger for Instagram story
Meanwhile, Nicole Nafziger, who has been known as out alongside her workforce for posting deceptive “swipe up” tales prior to now, is getting ripped aside by followers for benefiting from Karine Martins’ scenario.
Nafziger or her workforce posted a photograph of Karine Martins and Paul Staehle, and captioned it, “KARINE IS MISSING #LINKINBIO” alongside some emojis. The post has since been deleted and changed with a photograph of Martins that reads, “issing #90dayfiance Star Karine FOUND. #LinkInBio.”
90 Day Fiancé followers have been fast to name out Nafziger for the post, suggesting she’s benefiting from a difficult scenario. One Redditor wrote, “Really can’t stand her now She’ll do anything for a buck for [Azan]. DO NOT CLICK PLEASE.”
Another wrote, “This is dangerous that she’s given a platform to the abusive technique of trying to locate her after doing her serious harm and violence. She’s not missing. She’s escaped her abuser and found safe shelter (as per her mom’s update).”
One consumer merely wrote that it’s “insensitive AF,” and one other recommended that it’s all her PR firm’s doing. In response to the latter assertion, one consumer wrote, “Never let a good tragedy go to waste, when you can make even the teeniest amount of money off it. I get that she may not be personally posting it, but selling out your account is classless in the first place.”
How to get assist: In the U.S., name the RAINN National Sexual Assault Telephone Hotline at 1-800-656-4673 to attach with a educated workers member from a sexual assault service supplier in your space.