’90 Day Fiancé’: Geoffrey Paschel Opens up About Being in Prison on 9/11

90 Day Fiancé fans met Geoffrey Paschel on 90 Day Fiancé: Before the 90 Days Season 4. His time on the show ended with him getting engaged to his Russian girlfriend, Varya Malina. But since Paschel was uninvited from the season “Tell-All,” fans are still in the dark about whether the couple is still together or not.

Paschel still has an active following on his Instagram page, where he regularly interacts with his fans. On Sept. 11, he posted a caption about where he was in 2001.

’90 Day Fiancé’ star Geoffrey Paschel | Geoffrey Paschel via InstagramGeoffrey Paschel’s time in prison

Paschel spoke about his time in prison on 90 Day Fiancé. He said that he started dealing drugs at a young age and it eventually led to him getting sentenced to 30 months in prison.

“I’m really worried that Varya will not accept me for who I am when she finds out everything about me, because I have not been completely honest with Varya about my past,” he said. “I’m not proud of my past, but it is my past. And I have to accept it, and I just hope that she will.”

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Today was supposed to be my hearing date for the June 2019 allegations. Unfortunately, it has once again been delayed due to the pandemic. I have been very eager to go and reveal the truth surrounding the evidence in question. I have continually requested the earliest possible dates every time so that I expeditiously clear my name. I have been forced to hide under a rock and told that the “hate will just go away” if I ignored it. That is not me, and I can’t take constant accusations from people, whilst I lie in silence, any longer. . These claims are the main reason I’ve been lambasted with such vitriol. I can assure you, if any of these fables were true, I would bow out and accept responsibility. Not all is as it seems. I have been held back from defending myself, but the time has come that I stand up to the incredulous and contrived conditions that keep compounding due to the viral spread of sensationalized opinions and lazy, one sided, internet reporting—meant only for clickbait. There

Source:: Showbiz Cheat Sheet

      

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