90 Day Fiancé star Stephanie Matto has been fielding some troublesome feedback from followers of the present following her look on the newest season of Before the 90 Days. Some followers have identified that Matto posts sexual content material on-line, however she appeared uncomfortable with intimacy round Erika Owens. Some followers of the present instructed this was the result of her faking her sexuality ultimately — one thing Matto has additionally addressed.
Stephanie Matto addresses her sexuality
Some 90 Day Fiancé followers have expressed doubts over the veracity of Stephanie Matto’s sexuality as a storyline on the present. Matto runs a YouTube channel on which she beforehand uploaded a video discussing a romantic curiosity she had in one other lady beforehand.
Some followers took this as proof that Matto and TLC had been frauding of their storyline. Matto took to her Instagram to close down these rumors.
Matto wrote, “My final time addressing this. First of all: this is NOT a coming out video. Nowhere in this video did I come out. This was a video about an experience I had with a girl I thought I was in love with.”
She went on so as to add, “My mom never watched my channel 3 years ago when I made this. I’ve made videos about anal sex, dildos, and all sorts of things she has NO interest in. This video was also buried in over 3 years worth of videos (about 800 in total). I recently made it my main page video because obviously the cat is out of the bag now and I figured I would share it now for all the naysayers who would try to say, ‘she’s just bi for the show.’”
Stephanie Matto dishes on troubles with intimacy
Now, Stephanie Matto is dealing with feedback from followers about her seeming lack of curiosity in intimacy on the present. Some really feel as if she’s behaving in another way in actual life than the particular person she marketed to Erika Owens.
Matto took to Instagram to push again on this concept. In a prolonged post she wrote, partially, “I am a monster. I am a cold b*tch. Or so people say. And I can see why people would think that. ‘You never f*ck me’, ‘you never touch me’, ‘you’re a cold b*tch’ are all lovely phrases exes from years past have used to describe me. But what some of these people came to know eventually is that even though it took me a long time to let my walls down, I was the most loyal and loving when given a chance.”
The 90 Day Fiancé star continued, “Back in August I texted my girlfriend telling her about my celibacy and told her that the last time anyone touched me I freaked out. In my previous relationship there was barely any intimacy and the best way to describe it was ‘roommates’ instead of partners. This ex witnessed my relapse, my inability to clot, my constant emotional and physical fatigue from medication. It took time for them to realize that my fear and awkwardness was not any indicator of the depth of my love.”
’90 Day Fiancé’ followers react
Stephanie Matto obtained quite a lot of responses to her post. Some commenters replied with sympathy, and others continued to dig into Matto for what they felt was misrepresentation when she chatted to Erika Owens on-line.
One commenter wrote, “It’s fine to be, or feel that way, but you portray a completely different persona , maybe that’s why you get sh*t from people.”
Another Instagram consumer commented partially, “Steph, thanks for keeping us all entertained on Sunday nights, but really wish it didn’t come with the harsh side effects for you. Not fair. Thanks for taking the platform you have and doing good- not sure I see much of that from your tv show peers- and that makes you stand out. You’re a good egg.”
“It’s extremely difficult for people who don’t suffer from chronic illness to understand. I have fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue syndrome. And while technically they are physical ailments, the mental and emotional strain can be absolutely astounding. Much love and prayers to you and Erika,” added one other consumer.