90 Day Fiance Michael Goes BROKE . . . Juliana Breaks Up w/ Him!!

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90 Day Fiance Season 7 star Juliana Custodio and her husband, Michael Jessen, have break up, MTO Information has realized. The information broke simply hours after MTO Information uncovered court docket paperwork exhibiting that Michael’s house has gone into foreclosures – suggesting the sugar daddy is now broke.

Juliana introduced her separation through a TikTok video. It comes only a couple months after foreclosures proceedings have been filed on Michael’s $1.19 million home bought in 2019.

MTO Information confirmed that Juliana responded to to a query about whether or not or not she and Michael are nonetheless married on TikTok. In a video posted earlier this week, Juliana spoke to her followers with the message, “Cease ask if I’m nonetheless married,” written throughout the video – which has since been deleted.

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“Everyone maintain asking me if I’m nonetheless married,” Juliana stated at the start of the clip. “This actually is really laborious, and I’m not prepared to speak via but.”

“When you guys discover out, you guys gonna hate me, eternally. Everyone’s gonna hate me,” Juliana added. “That’s why I’m being a little bit bizarre.”

And there is extra. Juliana additionally deleted all the images of Michael from her principal Instagram feed. 

As proven on their look on the present 90 Day Fiance, Michael bought an exquisite home in Connecticut for his two kids and bride-to-be, Juliana. The home bought in July of 2019 for $1,195,00Zero and Michael made a $250,00Zero down cost on a 30-year mortgage for $945,000.

In line with court docket paperwork, Michael stopped paying his mortgage funds in April of 2020, lower than a 12 months after shopping for the house. On July 1, 2021, the mortgage lender filed a foreclosures grievance towards Michael. Along with foreclosing on the mortgage, the lender was additionally trying to assert “quick possession of the mortgaged premises.”



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