Watch out world, Larissa Dos Santos Lima has finally obtained her work permit! While the entire country seems to be completely shut down because of the Coronavirus outbreak, the government managed to find the time to issue the “90 Day Fiancé” star the document that now allows the Brazilian native to find her place in the work field. Larissa Dos Santos Lima made the exciting announcement on social media, telling her fans that she can now work legally on Friday.
Posting a cute car selfie, the TLC star couldn’t hold back her happiness over gaining the work permit. Tagging herself in Las Vegas, Nevada, Larissa Dos Santos Lima revealed, “Today I got my work permit!!!!! Now I can work legally!!” Telling her nearly 400k Instagram followers that she’s been struggling since her divorce with Colt Johnson and relying on her parents to help support her since the breakup, she thanked God for finally coming through after what felt like the longest wait.
She then addressed the news on her Instagram Story, revealing that she has big dreams and doesn’t want to get involved with anything that her family or potential boyfriends would be ashamed of. Promising her followers that she will do “something very, very beautiful,” Larissa Dos Santos Lima asked them to give her time while she figures it out. Saying her work permit protects her from being “scared,” adding that “fakes” were reporting her to the IRS. It’s been a long road for the “90 Day Fiancé” star who instantly rose to fame with her larger than life personality.
Back in December, Larissa Dos Santos Lima told her followers she wanted to become a lawyer after wrapping up her assault case with ex-husband Colt Johnson. After completing her court-ordered classes, 48 hours of community service, and paying her fine, the Brazilian babe was able to put the past with Colt behind her. She vowed to work on herself and even made peace with her former mother-in-law, Debbie Johnson. Issuing a public apology at the time, Larissa Dos Santos Lima said Debbie did “not deserve to be insulted or hurt. ” She also added that one day she hoped to “see her in a restaurant or in a shop and hug her. A genuine, warm hug.”