Yolanda received a threatening email from a “stranger” during a recent episode of 90 Day Fiancé: Before the 90 Days, but many fans, as well as her own daughter, believe the email is from her long distance boyfriend Williams.
The anonymous person threatened to release intimate photos of Yolanda to the public if she didn’t send him money during the April 5 episode of the show, and Williams was the only person Yolanda sent private photos to, which has led to speculation that Williams is blackmailing the reality star.
Although Yolanda is convinced somebody hacked Williams’ email and stole her private photos, she hadn’t been able to get in contact with Williams for several days before she received the email. He cut off all communication with Yolanda around the same time she confronted him about being Nigerian, which has raised some eyebrows among 90 Day viewers. Keep reading for details.
An Instagram Page Claims to Have Found ‘Stock Photos’ of Williams on a Website
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Oh Yolanda… Williams is catfishing you. The team at #TheFraudcast found the stock photos and their owner in like, an hour. #sorrynotsorry, @tlc. Do better with the next storyline. #90dayfiance #90daytheotherway #theotherway #90dayfiancebeforethe90days #90daysbeforethe90days #beforethe90days #90dayfiancehappilyeverafter #90dayfiancepillowtalk #podcast #podcasts #90dayfiancepodcast #realitytvpodcast #trashtvpodcast #thefraudcast #fraudedbytlc @90dayfiance #yolandaandwilliams @thehanekawa
Fans already believe Yolanda is being catfished by Williams, and his behavior all season has viewers questioning if he really is the scammer behind the threatening email. Since Yolanda has never been able to videochat with her English beau, her children are also concerned he might not be the same person he portrays on his Instagram page.
The Instagram page FraudedByTLC also claims to have found a series of “stock photos” of Williams on a website. The Instagrammer posted the pictures in February with the caption, “Oh Yolanda… Williams is catfishing you,” FraudedByTLC captioned the post above. “The team at #TheFraudcast found the stock photos and their owner in like, an hour. #sorrynotsorry, @tlc. Do better with the next storyline.”
According to Starcasm, the pictures that Williams used on his profile actually belonged to an Italian bodybuilder named Michele Di Lucchio. The publication reports that several of the images were photos taken by photographer Stefano Cavoretto, which adds up with FraudedByTLC’s claim that they are actually stock pictures.
That, combined with his strange (distinctly not English) accent and his Nigerian phone number, the fact that he asked Yolanda for money to come to the U.S., and his frequent disappearing acts every time he doesn’t want to answer one of Yolanda’s prying questions, has her children questioning Williams’ intentions.
She Received the Threatening Email Shortly After Questioning Williams’ Nationality