’90 Day Fiance’ Star Jorge Nava Reveals He is Anticipating Child With Girlfriend 6 Months After Jail Launch
Jorge Nava celebrated a special Thanksgiving when the former 90-day fiancé and girlfriend announced on Wednesday that they were expecting their first child together. The TLC star shared a sonogram picture on his Instagram and wrote, next to a heart emoji, “Thank you for all my blessings”.
Nava has not publicly identified his girlfriend, but has shared a number of photos of her over the past five months, including a romantic shot of the two leisurely hiking the Devil’s Bridge Trail in Sedona, Arizona just a month after his release made out of jail in May. Nava spent a little over two years in jail after being arrested in Arizona in February 2018 with nearly 300 pounds of “high quality” marijuana in the trunk. Nava eventually made a plea deal after being charged with possession of marijuana for sale, possession of drug paraphernalia, and intent to transport and / or sell marijuana, and spent his time in jail raising nearly £ 130 to lose.
Nava first appeared in the fourth season of 90 Day Fiancé with his ex-wife Anfisa Arkhipchenko, who came to the US from Russia in August 2017 to marry him in October 2018, Nava filed for divorce in August this year and cited irreconcilable differences.
In April, the future father opened his separation on the 90-day fiancé: self-quarantine. During the special series, Nava announced that he had not spoken to Arkhipchenko since the day before his sentence. “The night before I went to jail we had an argument and things didn’t go well. I thought I was trying to make things work and they didn’t. That was it,” Nava said and added that it was only two months after his conviction, she told him she wanted to move on.
“That definitely hurt. It really broke my heart,” said Nava when he learned that Arkhipchenko had found a new man so soon after their breakup. “The last time I spoke to Anfisa, she asked me if I knew she was with someone else. I told her I knew, and as soon as I get out of prison I will Apply for a divorce. At least now, I am mentally stronger. I am emotionally stronger. I went through a lot of changes here in prison. “