90 Day FiancÃ© has seen its fair share of jerks. After eight seasons of bad behavior, one lothario stands above the rest. Mohamed Jbali, the original 90 Day FiancÃ© villain, is still the worst of them all.
First meeting in an online chatroom (which is par for the course on 90 Day), Mohamed convinced Danielle, a single mother fifteen years his senior, to pay for his move from Tunisia to Ohio. Over the course of three months, Mohamed lied about having a job, committed credit card fraud, refused to kiss Danielle on the lips during their wedding ceremony, and generally drew the ire of anyone who cared for Danielle. The couple fought often, always hurling hurtful insults, and threatened one another to the point of involving the authorities on multiple occasions. It was clear to any viewer that this relationship was a sham.
Then, as the evil icing on a villainâs cake, Mohamed went on the Happily Ever After reunion special and, in front of a live audience and the other cast members, accused Danielle (to her face!) of being a poor sexual partner, both in terms of performance and hygiene. To make matters even worse, it is speculated that Danielle has some mild cognitive developmental issues, though these theories are unconfirmed. Anyone watching the flagship season can see it with their own eyes â Mohamed is very transparent about taking advantage of Danielle. He comes across as heartless, cruel, and conniving.
After the live taping of the reunion special, Mohamed doubled down on his villainy. As manipulative as the most Machiavellian of criminals, Mohamed convinced Danielle to save him from deportation by divorcing him instead of annulling their undoubtedly fraudulent marriage. Danielle gave in, but she also sued him for over ten grand on the basis that their marriage was, in fact, a fraud. So where is this villain now?
A lost soul, Mohamed has yet to settle. These days, he works as a truck driver. He has an active social media life and a cute dog. In a twist of fate, this year has reclassified him as an essential worker. Heâs recently spoken with Danielle, and according to her reports they are on good terms. That must be taken with a pinch of salt, however, because Danielle always saw their relationship as just about to get better. Hopefully, he really is done manipulating this poor woman for such little financial gain, but with the updates provided by Danielle on 90 Day FiancÃ©: Self-Quarantined, it sounds like he may be up to his old tricks once again.
Mohamed Jbali is the OG villain of 90 Day FiancÃ©. He played his role masterfully by highlighting the sincerity of the other couples in contrast with his faithlessness. The selfishness with which he lied, cheated, stole, and spoke to Danielle has yet to have been outdone by any other; hopefully, he never will be outdone. Thatâs why Mohamed Jbali is the absolute worst villain in 90 Day FiancÃ© history.