’90 Day Fiancé’: Stephanie Matto Opens Up About Horrifying Stalker Experience

by Jeremy Spirogis
Stephanie Matto of 90 Day Fiancé

90 Day Fiancé couple Stephanie Matto and Erika Owens have been TLC’s first bisexual couple on the franchise. However, their relationship simply wasn’t meant to be, and the 2 have since parted methods. Matto’s method to Owens and their relationship was criticized by many followers, who felt as if her persona when face-to-face was completely different than her persona on-line. Since then, Matto has opened up about quite a lot of issues, together with promoting nudes on-line and her illness. Now, she’s dishing on a terrifying expertise — considered one of her followers stalked her. 

Stephanie Matto receives on-line hate, friend defends her

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For a short time frame, Stephanie Matto deactivated her Instagram following a very tough episode. During Matto’s absence, the 90 Day Fiancé star’s friend took to Instagram to blast the trolls who’ve been harassing Matto.

Her friend posted a photograph of herself and Matto at an airport, and captioned it, “We took this picture at the airport right before Stephanie left for Australia. If I knew then what I know now about how everything was going to be edited and all the hate she would receive, I would have turned that car around and not let her go. With tonight’s episode inevitably just bringing in more scrutiny I decided I was going to take a moment to say what I see from my view.”

“Stephanie, your sexuality and illness do not define who you are. Your sexuality is something you let few of us know for so long and I’m proud of you for sharing it the way you did. … You decided to do this show because it was supposed to be fun for everyone. No one could have foreseen anything that happened or how they would broadcast it,” she added.

Matto finally made her return to Instagram, and has since spent loads of time explaining her feeling concerning intimacy and her illness, amongst different issues.

Stephanie Matto opens up about stalking expertise

Stephanie Matto took to her Instagram story to open up a few horrible expertise she had with an obsessive fan. It appears as if Matto had a harmful stalker, and she or he recounted her harrowing expertise. 

90 Day Fiancé blogger John Yates captured Matto’s story, which shared what went down. Matto wrote, “For the past year I have lived in fear over a man who has made it his mission to make me feel afraid, uncomfortable, and violated.”

Matto added to her story, writing, “No MORE. I am f*cking done. I spent the past year afraid to walk my own dogs at night. Afraid to walk from my car. Afraid to open the door to my apartment. The whole experience traumatized me. AT one point I learned the identity of my stalker and where they worked. That is my only leverage. Hopefully this bullsh*t ends.”

“I will never forget moving into my new apartment last year and getting an email from this creep claiming that he is my neighbor and that he watches me in my window. He even put MY ADDRESS into the subject line of the email. He would make several google voice numbers and send me disgusting, perverted messages. When I wouldn’t answer he would become hostile and threaten to ‘come down to my address,’” Matto added partly.

Matto included extra screenshots of alarming messages and emails she had obtained from the stalker in query.

‘90 Day Fiancé’ followers react

Stephanie Matto of 90 Day Fiancé
Stephanie Matto of 90 Day Fiancé | stepankamatto through Instagram

Fellow 90 Day Fiancé alum Evelin Villegas commented on the post. She supported Matto, saying that ladies shouldn’t should really feel this fashion. 

“That’s so scary and creepy… I really hope she uses her money, gets a lawyer and at least get a restraining order. It’s so f*cked up how women still walk in fear, we deserve to feel free and live happy without creepers around us,” wrote Villegas. She added the hashtag “metoo.”

“She should really contact the authorities. This is very scary, I’m not a fan but no one deserves to live in fear. I hope things get better for her,” wrote one other person.

Not all followers have been satisfied. One person wrote, “I’ll take things that never happened for $500, Alex.”

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