The situation is slipping out of control. The leaked information is getting frightening about the break up of Jessica Castro and Ryan De Nino, whom she met and married to within…
The situation is slipping out of control. The leaked information is getting frightening about the break up of Jessica Castro and Ryan De Nino, whom she met and married to within hours on A&E’s Married at First Sight. After the woman filed a protection order against her husband, she quickly realized the level of Ryan’s violence. The man seems to be really crazy!
The couple, a 30-year-old Castro and 29-year-old De Nino, took part in Season 2 of Married at First Sight, where they met and married within hours. Both Jessica and Ryan, a law firm receptionist from Queens, N.Y and Staten Island business owner respectively, have had sad experience in love affairs, including broken engagements as well as broken hearts. So they decided to change their lives and find a soul-mate on a project.
However, to the greatest regret, Jessica as well as her family didn’t know how rude could be her husband. After the petition was filed against De Nino, he voved, what was quoted by the Queens Family Court:
I will break you into f–king pieces! I will break your dad into pieces. I will make your whole family disappear — and your f—ing dog-ass sister’s boyfriend
At the Married at First Sight reunion show, what was six months after their wedding, De Nino appeared to be even more vocal about his murdering plans.
She’s f–king dead. When I get back to Brooklyn, she’s f–king dead, this girl
– shouted De Nino, while wearing a live microphone, after what security guards escorted him out of the building, where the show had been taping.
Jessica broke up with De Nino after caught him cheating on her on a Valentine Day. Later the man posted via Instagram about his disgusting with the wife’s filing. Besides, he was ordered by the court to stay away from her till the July 13 hearing.
Marc Rapaport, Castro’s lawyer who specializes on celebrity divorces, stated that his client is currently considering all her legal options. He also added that she is thinking about filing claims against A&E.
On Monday the spokesperson of Kinetic Content, the production company behind the show, stated:
The experts on our show have the best of intentions and highest hopes for success for each couple. After undergoing extensive background and psychological checks by third parties, couples agree to be legally married on our show.
We document their journey for six weeks after their wedding, but we can’t control how they behave, or govern their actions after production