"90 Day Fiancé" star Larissa Lima was arrested by ICE on Saturday, but she has since been released from custody.
TMZ confirmed on Sept. 19 that the reality TV star was taken into custody in Las Vegas, but it's not exactly clear why she was hauled in. The arrest came moments before she and her boyfriend, Eric Nichols, were set to move to Colorado Springs, Colorado.
"Larissa's legal team is working meticulously on her release and clearing up this misunderstanding," her rep told TMZ.
Carmen Nys, who also appears on the reality TV show, wrote about the arrest on her Instagram Story, saying she and Eric watched agents take Larissa away.
"[Larissa] just got arrested by ICE when she was about to leave their house and move to Colorado," Carmen wrote. "We have no clue why."
Carmen added, "I want to let her family, fans and friends to know that we are going there right now and as soon as I have more info I will keep you guys posted."
After several hours of detainment, Larissa was released. She quickly posted a video to Instagram stating that ICE agents were nice and she's "good to go."
One day before the arrest, Larissa posted a photo with Eric next to a moving truck, implying that their move to Colorado was imminent.
"Time to say goodbye Vegas," she wrote.
Larissa, a native of Brazil, has a spotty past that reportedly includes multiple arrests. On "Happily Ever After," Larissa spoke of her fear of being deported.