Jorge Nava may be getting sprung from prison earlier than he was scheduled to, due to the C0VID-19 pandemic, but it looks like the 90 Day Fiance Season 4 star will not be heading home into the arms of his wife, Anfisa!
TMZ reports that Jorge— who has been locked up in Arizona since September 2018— “is ready to file for divorce the moment he is released.”
Jorge told the site that he feels Anfisa abandoned him while he was behind bars.
As The Ashley previously told you, Anfisa is currently dating a man named Leo Assaf, and neither her or Leo have made much effort to hide their romance. (In fact, a spy for The Ashley saw the pair at a store in Orange County, California, a few weeks ago looking very cozy!)
Jorge was sentenced to nearly two years in prison on multiple felony marijuana possession and distribution charges. He began his 22-month sentence in September 2018 at the Arizona State Prison Complex. He has made the most of his time behind bars, reportedly racking up more than 500 hours of work and dropping a 128 lbs. since entering The Big House!
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(Jorge told TMZ that he now weighs 190 lbs — down from 318 lbs — and says “he mixed regular cardio and intermittent fasting to cut weight.”)
Anfisa and Jorge’s relationship was going strong when Jorge was first imprisoned, but by November 2019, it seemed that at least Anfisa was reconsidering her future. (At that point, though, Jorge was telling fans that he and Anfisa were doing “really well” and that Anfisa was looking forward to his release.
Speaking of Jorge’s release, he is scheduled to be sprung from the clink on August 10, but The Blast reports that he is now eligible for community supervision.
“The records state Nava could be released ’90 days prior to a designated released date,'” the site reports. “The Director of Arizona Department of Corrections has the power to decide if Nava gets let out early. If he gets approved for community supervision he would be under tight restrictions and have to check in with a probation officer.”
Anfisa has not yet publicly responded to Jorge’s announcement.
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