90 Day Fiance’s recent scene in which Stephanie Woodcock — the grandmother of Season 7 star Robert Springs’ son Bryson — was showing offering to write Robert’s fiancee Anny a check to return to the Dominican Republic was scripted and fake, according to Stephanie.
Stephanie received a lot of backlash following Sunday night’s 90 Day Fiance episode that showed her facing off against Anny and swearing at her in a restaurant, which prompted the adult film star to defend herself on social media.
Stephanie therefore took to her Instagram Stories on Tuesday and wrote, “It’s f-cking TV people. TV!!! It’s fake. It’s scripted.”
“I had to borrow a checkbook because the producers asked me to do this,” Stephanie claimed. “I have screenshots to prove this.”
Prior to posting her claim the show had scripted her tense confrontation with Anny, Stephanie shared a screenshot representing the hate being targeted at her.
“Did you have to limit comments on your post because it’s hard to accept how much of a terrible human being you are? :),” one 90 Day Fiance fan wrote to Stephanie, according to In Touch Weekly.
Stephanie reportedly replied to the troll in the caption of her post, which she has since deleted.
“Actually, you have to follow me to comment on my posts. The amount of hate messages I’ve received is pretty wild. I’m astonished that a show about love has brought such tremendous hate out of people,” Stephanie reportedly wrote.
“It’s truly amazing how people will only hear one side of a story and immediately attack other parties. It’s sad that we live [in] a world like this. I know the truth. I know who I am as a person, parent and grandparent. And really, that’s all that matters.”
On Sunday night’s episode of 90 Day Fiance’s seventh season, Anny and Robert reunited with Stephanie and Ben in attempt to find some peace after Anny’s first meeting with the couple went down in flames.
During their luncheon, Anny revealed to Stephanie and Ben that Robert’s son Bryson was very attached to and loved her already.
Ben was worried as a result whether Anny planned to stick around long term, as Anny leaving would probably end up devastating Bryson.
“Better to end it now than to end it in two years,” Ben told the cameras in a confessional.
Ben told Anny there seemed to be an underlying financial problem in her relationship with Robert, and so Stephanie took the liberty of whipping out her checkbook and offering to buy Anny off — as well as a plane ticket for Robert’s fiancee to return to the Dominican Republic.
Anny called Stephanie “crazy” and a yelling match broke out, with Stephanie claiming she was just trying to give Anny a legitimate “out” in case she was unhappy in the United States and in her relationship.
Stephanie went as far as to offer $15,000, but Anny told her to shove it up her ass.
“Call Donald Trump to send me to Dominican. Go do it!” Anny shouted.
“You don’t have to buy me [a f-cking] ticket,” Anny added. “You are not my [f-cking] sponsor, lady. [Robert brought] me here, not you. Put that sh-t in your bag. F-cking crazy.”
Robert couldn’t believed Ben and Stephanie acted that way, and he said if Anny ever wanted to return to her home country, he’d be the one to foot the bill.
Anny then accused Ben and Stephanie of not truly caring for Bryson or calling him enough to check up on him.
“You can go f-ck yourself,” Stephanie shouted at Anny. “You’re over here in America to get a Green Card.”
“You don’t have quality moral to talk to me… You are so nasty,” Anny replied.
Ben claimed he and Stephanie just offered the money “out of love” in case Anny wanted to leave the country but felt stuck.
The couple remained skeptical of Anny’s intentions and whether Robert just wanted to marry Anny out of convenience and so he’d have a babysitter around all the time for Bryson.
90 Day Fiance’s seventh season currently airs on Sunday nights at 8PM ET/PT on TLC.