’90 Day Fiance’ Star Ashley Martson Hints at Never Returning to the Show With Jay Smith

In a new Instagram post, the 33-year-old TLC personality, who is currently quarantining with Jay, weighs in on the possibility of them making a return to the reality show.

AceShowbiz -Fans of TLC’s “90 Day Fiance” may not see Ashley Martson and Jay Smith again in an upcoming season of the reality TV show. In a new Instagram post, Ashley weighed in on the possibility of them making a return to the show.

“I wish everyday I could do a tell all on reality tv. I think most of the population with half a brain gets it but theres a large amount who definitely don’t,” so she wrote over the weekend. “unfortunately, I am a dumba** who signed a confidentiality contract for life and I got too much to lose.”

She added, “So I’m gonna go ahead and shut up now and drunk some water and mind my business. Carry on.”

Later during a Q&A session, a fan asked her if she could “do a tell all with what happened with tlc.” In response, Ashley replied, “Nah, I’m better then that. On to the next! Life is falling right how I would like it to so no need to tear anyone down!”

Ashley and Jay have been dating on-and-off with them recently reconciliating. The pair, who went on to go through divorce processes multiple times, are currently quarantining together in Pennsylvania after Ashley brought Jay over from Jamaica to the United States.

Some fans were seemingly not impressed with them getting back together as one commented in one of her posts, “How many times do you have to get hurt both emotionally/financially before you finally learn?” Ashley caught wind of it and didn’t hesitate to clap back, saying, “Fifty-leven days, umpteen hours.”

Someone else, meanwhile, called her desperate for always coming back to someone who always cheats on her. “Desperate is coming to someone’s page you don’t even follow and talking s**t. Like you literally had to look me up and come here to make this comment. Get a f***ing life,” Ashley hotly responded.

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