90 Day Fiancé stars support Colt Johnson post-accident. As some of you may know, our boy Colt got in an accident and dislocated and broke his leg quite badly. Obviously he is in good hands with Vanessa, but it’s still quite a big injury. So much so he will be wheelchair bound for some time. That is even more unfortunate seeing as to how he recently lost a great deal of weight. Sitting stagnant in a chair unable to move will not help that, sadly.
What is a nice outcome of this story is he has been getting an outpouring of support. Not only from fans and viewers, but even other cast members. Vanessa says how she is getting DM’s from so many cast members wishing him a speedy recovery. Nice to see in a world where people normally just yell at each other.
90 Day Fiancé Stars Support Colt Johnson Post-Accident
It’s an unfortunate turn of events for the couple, who have already overcome many struggles in the short span of their marriage, as detailed in the 90 Day: The Single Life season 3 Tell-All. It will take Colt six to eight months to fully recover and learn to walk again. Thankfully, between the community of fans and 90 Day Fiancé alumni, he and Vanessa are not alone in their trying time, with plenty of support being shown online. Though Colt and Natalie Mordovtseva bickered during The Single Life Tell-All, Natalie was the top commenter, offering apologies and prayer emojis. Fellow 90 Day Fiancé star Syngin Colchester wished Colt luck in the healing process. Even past stars such as Ella Donahue, Amira Lollysa, and Patrick Cornett took the time to offer encouragement. The most surprising commenter was Colt’s ex-wife Larissa, who commented a string of “crying face” emojis. Larissa is facing worrying health updates at this time as well, which she explained in the replies.
90 Day Fiancé stars support Colt Johnson post-accident. You can think what you want of the guy, but no one ever wishes something like this on someone. Being knocked out of commission at the start of the year is a tough way to start a new year. But he clearly has a great support structure of people who love him. So it’s good he will not be alone in these trying times. Moreover, it’s really nice to see more and more people coming out in support of the guy. Seeing him in those photos also reminds some of us how good we have it.
Good luck on the healing, Colt.