What some 90 Day Fiancé viewers don’t know is that Rebecca Parrot has been married three times already. She has started to open up more about these ex-husbands and we all know that Zied Hakimi’s parents are not cool with it. Their religion tells them that a woman should stay married to her first husband no matter what. They think that her having multiple husbands is against everything that they believe. This is why it has been tough for them to send their son to the states. Now that he has gotten there, there are some red flags popping up and some fans think that Zied may be more like one of her exes than we ever thought.
Husband Number Three
Rebecca’s third husband is from Morocco. She ended up meeting him online and they began to chat. He made her fall in love with him and swept her away. She told cameras, “Zied is not my first relationship with a man from an Arabic country.” She said that he was “very romantic and charming” and of course, she fell for it. She went out to Morocco to meet him and he treated her so well and would do anything for her. When she got back to the states, they started the application for his visa.
When Rebecca’s third husband got to the states, she realized that he had completely changed upon arrival. He was acting weird and Rebecca knew that she needed to find out what was going on with him. She hired a private investigator and found out that he was cheating on her with multiple women and he had just used her to get a green card. This made her realize that he wasn’t the one for her. She left him immediately after finding out this information about him.
Zied may have the same motives as her third husband, but as of right now, we haven’t been able to tell. Her daughter clearly thinks that they are similar in this regard and we hope, for Rebecca’s sake, he loves her and just doesn’t want a green card.
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