’90 Day Fiancé’ Spoilers reveal that star, Michael Jessen recently called the show a “trashy TV show” and says that he cannot say more than what he has said because his contract with the network has him by his private parts
’90 Day Fiancé’ Spoilers: Michael Jessen And Juliana Custodio To Appear On a Podcast
Michael Jessen is not happy with the 90 Day Fiancé franchise. He and his wife, Juliana Custodio have tried to distance themselves after their time on the show. Michael and Juliana dated for a few years, and it was long-distance. Season 7 of 90 Day Fiancé documented the process of Juliana traveling to America to be with Michael.
’90 Day Fiancé’ Spoilers: Former Cast Member, Michael Jessen Calls Out The Franchise In A New Instagram Post
His family, friends, and ex-wife were skeptical of Juliana, but his children liked her and welcomed her with open arms. Everyone eventually liked her and they got tied the knot. The wedding was officiated by Michael’s ex-wife. Since the duo got married, they have been away from TLC camera.
Michael, who works in the wine industry in Connecticut recently announced to his fans on Instagram that he and Juliana would appear on The Rick Show podcast to talk about wine. He included a lengthy “legal disclaimer” with his post. The disclaimer took shots at the 90 Day Fiancé franchise. He said that he and his wife discuss only wine and not “a trashy TV show that we happened to be featured on.”
’90 Day Fiancé’ Spoilers: Michael Jessen Feels Like The Franchise Is Holding On To His “Private Parts”
Michael revealed that he and his wife contractually barred from any kind of “media interaction” related to 90 Day Fiancé without the franchise’s consent. Fellow TLC star, Blake Abelard commented “THATS RIGHT MICHAEL. Let em know!” to show that he has his support. Michael revealed that he’s stuck (legally speaking). “I don’t even know anymore, man,” he replied to Blake’s comment. “Just a little tired of feeling like someone’s holding on to my *private parts.*” In the past, Michael has accused the network of misleading editing and misrepresenting he and his wife’s story. His opinion of the franchise has clearly soured since he appeared on the show. However, he and other stars who feel the same way should have known what they were signing up for.
TV stars usually remain under contract for several years after they feature on a show, and a breach of contract can have serious financial ramifications. A number of 90 Day Fiancé season 8 cast members have made similar accusations about the show, but they can’t reveal too much or they will face severe legal consequences. Maybe when their contract expires, they will say everything that’s on their minds.