“90 Day Fiancé” star Angela Deem shared several cryptic messages about “trust” after her husband, Michael Ilesanmi, disappeared because he feared for his life.
“When trust is broken, sorry means nothing,” Deem posted to her Instagram Story Tuesday.
She then followed up the post with another that read, “When you destroy someone’s life with lies take it as a loan, it will come back to you with interest.”
“They killed your name privately but God is about to honor your life publicly!” a third read.
Deem’s post comes just one day after she took to TikTok to announce that IIesanmi had been missing from their Georgia residence since Friday.
“The police are involved, we can’t find him,” she said while weeping, sharing that IIesanmi’s family in Nigeria weren’t answering her calls either.
Deem also offered her 800,000 followers a $10,000 reward for her husband’s return.
However, by Tuesday morning, the reality star confirmed he had been found safe.
“Let’s just rip it off like a bandaid. Michael is safe. There’s the good news,” YouTuber John Yates told his viewers in a video shared Monday.
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Authorities had contacted Deem a few hours before to let her know IIesanmi had been found and successfully identified through passport pictures he had on a burner phone.
However, IIesanmi told police he didn’t want his wife to know his whereabouts.
“He told the police that he was in fear of his life here,” Yates explained.
Deem added that she was “f–king mad as hell” to learn her husband was hiding from her when she thought “he was hurt.”
The couple tied the knot in 2020 after first meeting online during “90 Day Fiancé: Before the 90 Days” two years before. He then moved to the United States in December 2023.
However, their relationship hasn’t always been smooth sailing as Deem threatened to divorce IIesanmi after he allegedly cheated on her.
“The biggest challenge our marriage is facing right now is the shady s–t Michael’s doing,” she said on the show at the time.
“He hardly ever calls. And when he does call, it’s only about the visa or that he needs money.”