"90 Day Fiance" star Larissa Dos Santos Lima is proving to a Las Vegas judge she can keep her nose clean after being charged with domestic violence.
According to court records obtained by The Blast, Larissa is "staying out of trouble" and she has not broken any of the terms of her previous plea agreement.
Last week, Larissa had a status report hearing in her criminal domestic battery case, and she notified a judge she had also completed 14 of her 28 domestic violence classes.
The reality star will have to complete ten additional classes by the next status check date in December.
Larissa Dos Santos Lima was charged with misdemeanor domestic battery after a violent incident with her ex-husband Colt Johnson.
Dos Santos Lima avoided the slammer, but was sentenced to 48 hours of community service along with court-ordered domestic counseling classes.
As soon as she completes these requirements, the domestic battery will be reduced to misdemeanor disorderly conduct.
She currently has a 90 day suspended jail sentence. So, if the reality star sticks to her program and continues to stay out of trouble, she will be in the clear.
Larissa has revealed some issues following the breakup with Johnson, recently positing on social media, "l was devastated, emotionally exhausted, and my entire body ached from depression," and "Sometimes, I was filmed while being on pain killers. I couldn't move, do basic activities, or take care of myself."
It hasn't all been courts and lawyers, as we reported, the'90 Day Fiance' star recently hosted her official birthday party at Crazy Horse 3 in Las Vegas with her boyfriend and several friends.