Controversial couple Gino Palazzolo and Jasmine Pineda are finally are finally living together full-time in 90 Day Fiancé Season 10. However, there are some things in their storyline that seem a little sketchy. The Panamanian-American couple have provided viewers with nonstop drama since their debut in 90 Day Fiance: Before the 90 Days Season 5. Most of the drama surrounds the fact that Jasmine wants Gino to support her financially. But Gino didn’t have the highest-paying job and doesn’t like to spend lots of money. The couple has had a lot of fights where Gino accused Jasmine of using him for money.
Let’s not forget Gino sent Jasmine’s topless pics to his ex, who sent them to the school Jasmine taught at. It allegedly cost her her job as a teacher. We told you it was dramatic! In 90 Day Fiancé season 10, Panamanian woman Jasmine is finally living in the U.S. with Gino after years of being in a long-distance relationship. The two still have money troubles, but this time their issues are a little different. However, keep reading to find out why things may not be as they seem to be.
Did Gino Really Quit his Job to Spend More Time With Jasmine?
Right before Jasmine moved to Michigan on the K-1 visa, Gino confessed to the camera that he had recently quit his job. He said he did it so he could spend more time with Jasmine once she arrived. However, he hadn’t told her yet. Gino said he quit because Jasmine’s visa prohibits her from working in the U.S. for a while, and he didn’t want her to be bored while he was working all day. So nice, right?
However, one of the main reasons Jasmine moved to Michigan instead of the other way around was because of Gino’s job. It seems odd that he would quit so suddenly. Throughout their relationship, Gino has had concerns that Jasmine has been using him financially, as has his family. Gino’s cousin Dana once openly accused Jasmine of only being in it for the money while on a phone call. Is it possible that Gino quit his job to “test” whether or not Jasmine would stick around when there was less money?
Did Gino Really Not Know About Jasmine’s Surgery?
Gino isn’t the only one who started the season by keeping a secret from his partner. Right before she moved to Michigan to live with Gino, Jasmine got $10,000 butt implants without telling Gino.
Shortly after Gino told Jasmine that he quit his job, the former fan-favorite star told Gino about the expensive surgery. When she got the procedure done, she didn’t know Gino was planning on quitting his job. Gino seemingly had no idea Jasmine had gotten butt implants, and was outraged upon hearing the news since she had kept it from him. Though to be fair, he had not told her he was quitting his job either.
However, the night before Jasmine told Gino about her new surgery, viewers were treated to a semi-graphic sex scene, in true Gino and Jasmine fashion. Jasmine had purchased role-playing nurse and doctor costumes for her and her beau, and Gino told the cameras how “into it” he was.
You’d think that when getting intimate with your partner of several years, you’d would notice if their body looked radically different, no? Also, Jasmine was prompted to tell Gino her secret when the two were getting massages. Jasmine told the masseuse her rear end hurt, and Gino asked her why. Not to get too R-rated, but does that not seem like something that would have been discovered in their adventures from the night before?
Wait, How Did These Two Meet Again?
As we said before, money has consistently been one of the biggest causes for arguments between Gino and Jasmine. Gino has said he feels that his fiancé takes advantage of him financially. But the couple revealed on the Tell-All for Before the 90 Days Season 5 that they met on a dating site that connects potential sugar daddies with potential sugar babies.
Since Gino apparently signed up to financially help Jasmine when he met her through such a site, it’s confusing that money is an issue in their relationship at all.
TELL US – DO THESE DISCREPANCIES IN THE RELATIONSHIP REVEAL ISSUES BETWEEN THE TWO? OR ARE THEY SIMPLY INDICATIVE OF PRODUCER-WRITTEN PLOTLINES?