Married At First Sight‘s Mia Bally Has Filed For Divorce From Tristan Thompson
Despite the fact that Mia Bally and Tristan Thompson seem to be on the up and up on Married at First Sight after a really rocky start to their marriage, with the couple even considering moving together to Houston, in the present day, off-camera, they haven’t had much luck. According to papers filed with the court in Dallas County, the pair are getting a divorce.
Monsters and Critics shared the case information on their site, and in it, it says that the divorce was filed on September 4, 2018. Even though Bally, real name Ameea Bally, had been working to regain the trust of Thompson after it was found that she had been accused of stalking her ex, didn’t tell the full truth about it, and also still had an open account on a dating app, she is actually the one who filed the petition. No reason for the split is shared on the portal just yet. Bally filed in Dallas, which means the couple never ended up moving to Houston as they discussed on the series, or one or both of them moved back.
As previously mentioned, Bally and Thompson never really started with a good, clean slate. Soon after they married one another, she was detained at the airport on their way to their honeymoon. Her ex-boyfriend, Jared Evans, claimed that Bally had been stalking him, and chose to file multiple complaints of harassment with police. The last complaint filed was in January, very close to the time that Bally decided to marry a stranger. When she had to address the situation with Thompson and the experts on the show, she claimed that it was all a misunderstanding and she barely knew Evans. But off-camera, she admitted that she did know him and things weren’t as she initially claimed. Despite all of that, Thompson still decided to continue with her and fight for the marriage in the hopes that it would work.
Perhaps the few weeks left of the show will begin to display what may have led this couple to end their marriage. But considering Bally only seems to keep it real about things when the cameras are off, maybe not.