90 Day Fiance: The Other Way introduced Laura Jallali and her Tunisian love Aladin Jallali. We found out they wed before, watched them get hitched again, and then saw their split play out on social media. But are Laura and Aladin Jallali divorced? And, is there any chance for a reunion?
90 Day Fiance: The Other Way – What Happened to Laura Jallali and Aladin Jallali?
Back on their season of the TLC spinoff, we watched Laura Jallali head to Qatar to make a new life with Tunisian personal trainer Aladin Jallali. Despite their age difference, there seemed to be genuine love there on 90 Day Fiance. Enough for Laura to leave her son, dogs, and her whole life.
And up until the season of The Other Way ended, things looked hopeful for Laura and Aladin. Of course, we found out that, in fact, they’d been legally married from the first time she came to visit him overseas. So, their second wedding in Tunisia on 90 Day Fiance was more for his family.
Then, on the Tell All of their season, Aladin Jallali made it clear he wanted a divorce. Meanwhile, Laura Jallali said he turned on her when she lost her pension and couldn’t afford to sponsor him for a visa to live with her in Canada. Then, the 90 Day Fiance spouses hit back and forth on social media.
Laura vs Aladin – War of Words Online
After the conclusion of their season of 90 Day Fiance: The Other Way, Laura Jallali had no home to go back to. Laura gave up her place in Florida to move to Qatar to be with Aladin Jallali. And her son Liam O’Toole moved back to Canada. For months now, Laura’s been living in Ecuador.
But are Laura and her 90 Day Fiance husband Aladin officially divorced?
Well, Soap Dirt got the scoop from our inside source at production. They’re current on all the details because Aladin Jallali and Laura Jallali will feature on the upcoming season of 90 Day Fiance: What Now?.
Our source told us the first thing to know is that Laura’s still legally married to Aladin according to the laws of his country. But given how long it’s been since Aladin called off their marriage, why aren’t they divorced? This all airs on the TLC sequel in March. But there’s leaked info below.
90 Day Fiance Leak: Laura & Aladin Jallali Still Married
The big question is why they’re still married given that Aladin Jallali clearly wants a divorce. And Laura Jallali’s done with him too. So, what’s the hold-up? Our source says that Aladin sent divorce papers to her in Arabic. So, Laura Jallali’s got no idea what they say or what signing them means.
Our 90 Day Fiance leaker also said that Laura’s asked him, via email, to please send papers in English. But, we’ll also see on What Now that Aladin claims Laura Jallali gave him the wrong address. However, we may see those papers on the show, says our source, showing Aladin fibbed.
The source says Laura Jallali told them she wasn’t comfortable signing legal papers she couldn’t read in case signing meant she’d owe him money or set some other condition. So, are the 90 Day Fiance: The Other Way duo stuck indefinitely married?
Laura Gets Advice from Lawyer on Tunisian Divorce on What Now?
First, we did a little digging and found Tunisian law says if a husband mails the divorce papers three times with no reply, he automatically gets a divorce. Stranger still, the courts don’t have to notify the wife. And 90 Day Fiance star Laura Jallali gets similar information on What Now.
Our leak tells us TLC set up a scene where a lawyer explains to Laura Jallali how Tunisian divorce works. And that she won’t even know they’re divorced unless she requests Aladin Jallali’s birth certificate which would show if he’s still single versus married. What a 90 Day Fiance mess…
However, our source also said that the lawyer advised Laura Jallali how she can file a marriage fraud notice in Canada to block Aladin Jallali from ever entering the country. That could be significant because rumor has it, he’s dating another Canadian.
So, wait and see what goes down on What Now. But now you’ve got the answer to the question. Are Aladin Jallali and his wife Laura Jallali divorced? The answer is – not yet.