90-day fiancé star Larissa Dos Santos Lima is ready to turn a new page.
The reality TV personality contacted Instagram on Sunday to express how sorry she was for her past "Big Mistakes" with "a former family member" who many believe is an excuse for her ex-husband's mother, Debbie Johnson .
For refreshment, the brunette beauty was previously married to Colt Johnson with whom she played the leading role in the TLC series. The audience saw from the start how turbulent their relationship was. So much so that the duo's seven-month romance ended after Colt filed for divorce in January.
Before the couple broke up, the Brazilian-born was arrested for household batteries. Throughout the reality TV show, she was also seen clashed with Colt's mother.
Despite the 33-year-old star's relationship with her ex-husband and Debbie, it looks like Larissa is ready to live by the motto: new year, new me.
On Instagram, the reality TV personality wrote a long article about the progression of her past and looking ahead with a positive outlook on life.
"A new year, a new decade is getting closer." The 33-year-old started her detailed job. "While working on improving body, mind and soul in 2019, I want 2020 to be the year or the renewal and to remove all the bad energy from the past. There was a very negative back and forth between me and one former family member. This is something I don't want to do anymore. I don't want to argue with her like everything in the past. "
The TLC star apparently referred to her court order. A month after Larissa and Colt officially divorced in April 2019, a judge asked them to do 48 hours of community service and pay $ 345 after filing a domestic violence charge.
"My family time was a bad phase of my life and it never worked for the three of us. Big mistakes were made and I'm sorry for my part," she continued. "I paid for my mistakes under the law in compliance with the law of the court, but I'm sorry that I participated in the breakup of the family. I have so good memories of them, and when I think of them, they do me." Smile. "
Larissa also remembered how much she and Debbie loved cats and how much she loved eating their steak. "We laughed a lot. When I think about things and say goodbye to the negative, I recognize a beautiful woman that I admire," she said. "I don't hate her. I will always have a place in my heart for her."
She added: "For a short time we were a family. I really appreciate the support of my followers. They encourage me to be a better person every day."
Before sending their message concluded, the reality TV personality asked her many followers and fans not to "offend" Debbie.
"This is something that I want to end once and for all. Yes, I respond quickly, but I want to end this. It does not deserve to be insulted or injured," said the 33-year-old. "She is a good person and I hope to see her in a restaurant or shop one day and hug her. A real, warm hug. Be nice. Let someone you know to make peace with. "