Sumit makes Jenny wear a COVID-19 removal card on 90 Day Fiancé for protection. Is it Sumit’s new fraud after catfishing and lying about his marriage?
All 90 Day Fiancé fans know by now that Sumit and Jenny Slatten’s relationship started with a catfishing scam. While Jenny might have eventually fallen for Michael Jones’s real avatar Sumit from Delhi, he did later on scam her a second time by lying about his marriage. But now that Sumit has been forgiven again for his lies by Jenny, who soon may become his wife, it looks like the 90 Day Fiancé star has unknowingly scammed her again. The COVID-19 removal card that Sumit gives Jenny on 90 Day Fiancé: The Other Way has been declared “completely bogus” by experts in India.
Jenny, 61 found Sumit, 32 cute when he finally revealed his true self to her after the catfish incident, and even visited him at his parents’ house in 2013. The visit where Jenny pretended to be Sumit’s online friend caused a shocking turn of events in the 90 Day Fiancé couple’s lives when his parents found out about their May/December affair. Sumit was married off in an arranged ceremony but continued to date Jenny long distance while keeping her in the dark. Now that Sumit has finally settled his divorce by giving his ex-spouse $20,000 he took from his dad, the next step is to marry Jenny with his disagreeing parents’ blessings. However, the coronavirus pandemic has stalled the 90 Day Fiancé pair’s plans, with Sumit being diabetic and Jenny, old. And apparently, Sumit, who’s been quarantined with Jenny for almost the entirety of 2020, thinks he can protect her with an anti-COVID lanyard and “sterilization card.”
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In the latest episode of 90 Day Fiancé, Sumit hands Jenny a COVID-19 “shut-out” card that looks like a small ID and tells her, “you just need to wear it, like, on your neck and it will give you protection a meter or something like that.” Sumit then tells the camera, “I hope these sanitizing card really work,” and innocently adds, “But, how do I know, first time ever I’m using them.” As Sumit hopes “for the best” Jenny asks if the Corona card will keep the virus away for one meter. Her 90 Day Fiancé lover confirms, “It says, ‘one-meter protection overall,” but Jenny has her doubts and still wears it saying, “Sumit’s doing whatever he can to keep me safe.”
According to a news report by Times Of India from July, the virus shut-out card is a lanyard with chlorine dioxide, a compound used for fumigation and disinfecting water. At the price of about $2 these cards are available over the counter and also on e-commerce sites. With a shelf life of 60 days, the product claims to “effectively block airborne particles, bacteria and all types of epidemic viruses, reducing the chance of being infected or infecting others.” However, a microbiologist in the source terms the card as “completely bogus” and also adds how it can have an adverse effect on the human body like “watery eyes, skin irritation, and coughing.” Dr. T.N. Dhole explains how these anti-COVID cards are “not authorized” and people should be wary of products promising to nip the virus in the bud. She also advises that nobody should “trust these devices” unless the government asks them to.
On a clip posted by TLC, 90 Day Fiancé fans have been calling out Sumit for his carelessness by commenting, “The sanitizer cards are as realistic as the engagement, or Sumit ever making $20,000 dollars to repay his father” and “oh wow, they are actually even dumber than I thought.” Meanwhile, the 90 Day Fiancé couple is also rumored to have been married after being spotted with rings and is apparently still together in India. Here’s hoping Jenny and Sumit are practicing all the correct safety measures during the pandemic and don’t fall for scams as cases continue to spike in the country.
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