90 Day Fiance: Here's Why Amira's Tell-All Story Left Viewers Scratching Their Heads

If the cameras are rolling on the hit reality show 90 Day Fiancé, then it's safe to say that drama can't be far off. The TLC show follows couples who are seeking K-1 visas from the United States government, available to foreign citizens who wish to marry U.S. citizens. The couples have 90 days to decide if they want to get married, all while navigating cultural differences, family members, and, well, each other (via TLC).


Following the conclusion of Season 8 of 90 Day Fiancé, members of the cast sat down for a two-part Tell-All, hosted by Shaun Robinson. And while fans will have the opportunity to follow some of the cast members from this past season in the 90 Day Fiancé spinoff, Happily Ever After, such is not the case for Andrew and Amira (via TV Insider).

Joining the Tell-All via video-conference was Amira, who gave everyone an update on the fallout between her and Andrew. However, after Andrew stormed off-set, a few of their fellow cast members had some questions as to how things really went down.

Amira's side of the story

Based on what Amira had to say, it sounds like things were far from smooth sailing for her and Andrew. In fact, the only reason why Andrew agreed to appear for the Tell-All was in order to confront Amira – something the other castmates took umbrage with (via TV Insider). "Something about that isn't right," Rebecca said.


At one point, Amira discusses how she was detained in Mexico, and she did not hear from Andrew during that time. At this point, her fellow cast members start questioning the holes in Amira's story. "They don't pick people at random and just detain them," Brendan said. "I would never call her a liar because I don't know the full story, but the story seems bogus, Jovi shared. "I think they're both lying about parts of the story, I think ... I want to know the truth."

For her part, Amira is now seeing someone else — rumored to be Camel Ventura – who she referred to as "the love of my life." But her ex, Andrew, isn't convinced (via ScreenRant). "I'm sure he's kinda just being played like I was in that way, and I feel for him if he is," Andrew said on Instagram live.


While some think that Amira and Camel might have already split, clearly there's more than one question remaining about this season of 90 Day Fiancé.