Link-a-Polooza! Other Reality TV News From Around the Web

“I’m no longer bullying women…or wearing full shirts, apparently…”

The Ashley does her best to bring you all the latest news on reality TV shows and their stars. The Roundup can’t cover every reality TV show and event, though, so here’s a listing of some reality TV stories that haven’t been covered by The Ashley this week!

Sorry! The Hollywood Gossip: “90 Day Fiance” Star Larissa Dos Santos Lima Issues Public Apology to Vanessa Guerra for Bullying Her

Better Get Comfortable! Starcasm: ‘Love After Lockup’ Star Matt Frasier Sentenced to More Than 37 Years in Prison on Eight Charges

Unpaid Produce? Reality Tea: Lisa Vanderpump & Ken Todd Sued for Not Paying Their Fruit & Veggie Bill for Their Restaurants

‘Teen Mom’ Tots! Teen Mom Madness: Watch Every ‘Teen Mom OG’ Pregnancy Reveal Ever

‘Counting On’ Court! The Sun: ‘Counting On’ Star Austin Forsyth Going to Trial for Real Estate Fraud Case

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  1. Larissa is back on 90 days spin off of “90 Day Diaries.” (Remember how she went off on them firing her? Remember that she was fired and now all of a sudden she’s back? Pathetic on both parts)
    I don’t have Discovery+ but her and Eric are back together again (at least for this show). They are arguing because she decided she wants even bigger breast implants than the gigantic ones she has. I guess they’re too small for her.
    This woman is absolutely pathetic. She a mother and you would think she’d be more concerned on getting her children instead of getting implants. Those poor kids. Although, I’m sure at this point they’re better off staying away from her.

  2. Good Grief. Larissa is looking more and more like Michael Jackson every day! As Sir Nibs would say… Stay lit!

  3. Almost 38 years in prison?! He’s 31 years old! Imagine being locked up longer than you’ve been alive…SHEESH. Also, I hate how the courts are like you’re sentenced to 956 months in prison…just say the person is getting life lol it’s like they’re adding insult to injury.

    1. As the article notes, the sentences are almost certain to be served concurrently, so he should be out in less than 10 years. Possibly much less.

      1. And as the article also notes, he has been sentenced to almost 38 years…and my comment did not say, that he will be serving almost 38 years. As the article also said he was sentenced to 474 months, and as my comment says it’s crazy that courts phrase sentences in a way that don’t sound as bad as they would in years.

      2. I seriously doubt he’ll make parole at all, given his criminal history. He is a danger to society because as soon as he gets out he goes back to doing the same thing that got him into prison in the first place. People like this (all the serious charges) hardly get parole on the first time or ever. He took a plea deal so that also has an effect on the time being served and when or if parole would be granted at a certain time. He has some serious charges that he’s done in the past too so you know he’s going to go back to his old ways if and when he gets out. He’s lucky he only got 38 years for all those charges, plus the dozens of charges they dropped as part of his plea deal.

    2. He’s lucky he got only 38 years. He was looking at spending the rest of his life in there if he didn’t take the plea deal.

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