According to court documents obtained by The Blast, Larissa’s trial is scheduled to begin on April 4 in Las Vegas over the incident that led to Colt filing for divorce.
Recently, docs were filed in the case by a representative of Sharp Entertainment — the company that produces "90 Day Fiancé" — requesting permission from the judge to film Larissa in court during the trial.
Sharp Entertainment was granted their motion and will be allowed inside the court.
Larissa and Colt were featured on Season 6 of the TLC show. The network recently announced they will be appearing on the spin-off, "90 Day Fiancé: Happily Ever After," which is most likely where the producers would want to use their court footage.
Earlier this year, Colt filed for divorce from Larissa, the day after a bloody fight that ended with Larissa being arrested for domestic battery in the first degree.
In the docs, he said they were married on June 24, 2018 in Vegas and Larissa is not pregnant at the time of the filing.
Colt noted that there is no community property to split in the divorce nor is there any debt they racked up together. He checked the box informing the court he is not seeking spousal support from Larissa, which is understandable considering she’s asking her followers to donate money to her legal fund.
Colt pleaded with the judge to dissolve the marriage and grant him an absolute decree of divorce ASAP.
Dos Santos Lima filed her response earlier this month, agreeing the marriage should be ended but demanding he pay her support.
She wants Johnson to pay her $1,000 a month in spousal support. She is also asking they split their joint bank accounts and household furnishings 50/50.
As we reported, Larissa bailed out of jail shortly after her arrest. The TLC reality stars engaged in an apparently brutal fight the night before, but after cops spoke to both parties, they felt Larissa was the aggressor and put her in handcuffs.