Are Molly And Luis From 90-Day Fiancé Still Together?

Are the bartender and the bra shop owner still married?

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Are Molly and Luis from 90-Day Fiancé still together? Viewers of 90 Day Fiancé are no strangers to train wrecks. Usually, producers find couples who take their time showing us what a disaster they are. Remember the endless agony of Danielle and Mohammed? But in 2017, producers gave us a couple that went from giddily in love to splitsville in just one season.

We speak, of course, of Molly and Luis. The story of the Georgia mom and the bartender from the Dominican Republic set a record for the most bizarre behavior in a K1 couple. Whether Luis was hating Molly's kids or calling her home decor demonic, he was nothing but trouble form start to finish.


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Are these two still together after all their drama? Read on to find out.

1. Meet Molly and Luis

Molly is a 41-year-old small business owner in Georgia. She has two daughters, 17-year-old Olivia and 6-year-old Kensley. She met her boyfriend Luis while on vacation int he Dominican Republic and fell head over heels for the 26 year old. Neither of them have ever been married before and he's never been a parent before


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2. Red flags

A lot of parents would take their kids' feelings into consideration before marrying someone  — or at least they introduce the new person to their kids before moving him in. But not Molly. She brings Luis up to Georgia without ever once having been in the same room with him and her daughters at the same time. Olivia is clearly opposed to this and so is Molly's dad.


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3. Bad to worse

While Luis seems delighted with Molly and her home, he can't seem to muster up the same enthusiasm for her kids.  Olivia remains openly hostile to him. Kensley swears he'll never be her real stepfather, probably because she can sense that he doesn't really enjoy her company. Moreover, he's not excited to be staying home watching Kensley while Molly goes to work every day.

4. Wait, he said what?

Luis does make one attempt to become friendly with Olivia over a game of pool. He starts asking her about her boyfriend, wondering aloud if the 17-year-old sees herself marrying the guy or if he's just "for f*cking". Olivia is speechless and runs out of the room to tell her mom. Molly has the good sense to be shocked and promises to tell Luis to do better. 

5. Be the grown up

Molly tells Luis that he needs to step up his parenting but he doesn't seem to get what that entails. Instead, he takes off for his bachelor party and declares he needs time off from kids. Single mom Molly who has never had time off from kids in 17 years is starting to finally see that her fiancé is not daddy material.

6. From weird to weirder

Molly tries to have a heart-to-heart with Luis about what she needs in a co-parent and he flips the whole conversation on its head. He tells Molly that she isn't "Christian enough" and starts saying her decorative owls and Buddhas are indications she's actually practicing witchcraft. Molly flat-out calls him crazy and invites him to leave.

7. Bombshell

We see Luis call his brother to pick him up and he leaves the house with all his stuff. You would think the next shot would be Molly starting to pick up the pieces of her heart and start over. Not so fast. instead, she tells producers that they got married weeks ago. This is brand new news to both the crew and Molly's kids. 

8. What now?

Instead of filing for divorce like a normal person who's been accused of owl-based occult practices by a man who openly hates her kids, Molly tells TLC that she believes in second chances. The new season of 90 Day Fiance: Happily Ever After shows Luis back in Molly's house, ready for his second chance to make things right. Or maybe just his second chance to cash a reality show paycheck. Regardless of his motives, he makes it clear he thinks it's all Molly's fault.

Will these two make it work this season? Or is this romance doomed to fail? Keep watching to find out.

Rebekah Kuschmider is a DC area writer with a background in non-profit management and advocacy Her work has been seen at Ravishly, Babble, Scary Mommy, The Mid, Redbook online, and The Broad Side. She is the creator of the blog Stay at Home Pundit and is a contributor the book Love Her, Love Her Not: The Hillary Paradox . She is a cohost of the weekly political podcast The More Perfect Union.