90 Day Fiancé Shockers: Geoffrey Paschel’s GF Mary Wallace Was Arrested For Vicious Domestic Assault!

TLC ’90 Day Fiancé: Before the 90 Days’ spoilers finds that Geoffrey Paschel moved on very quickly when he got back to Tennessee. When Varya Malina said she wasn’t quite ready to marry him, he took that as rejection and he left heartbroken. He picked himself up and his heart, and started dating long time friend, Mary Wallace. On TLC’s 90 Day Fiancé: Before the 90 Days, we saw Mary and Geoffrey getting all lovey on their date, but there is something up with Mary. It seems that she has a criminal past, just like Geoffrey.

TLC '90 Day Fiancé: Before the 90 Days' Spoilers - Mary Wallace's Criminal Past

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Starcasm recently reported that Mary Wallace has some crimes of her own in the books. It looks like Mary was arrested for a domestic violence call in 2013. The police report states that her boyfriend called the police at 4 am. He told the police officer that Mary lived with him and she threw a glass at him. It hit him in the right shoulder. He ran to their bedroom because she threw another glass at him. This is when the fight got even worse.

TLC ’90 Day Fiancé: Before the 90 Days’ Spoilers – Mary Wallace’s Criminal Past

He told the police officer that he “was bitten on the nose, left arm, and chest.” There were scratches all over his body too. When the officer tried to get Mary’s side of the story, she said that they were fighting and she got mad at him and that’s why she threw the glass. This is where the story gets odd. She said that after she threw the glasses, she decided to hide in the closet. This is when he tried to comfort hug and talk things out, but “she began to bite and scratch him in an effort to ‘fend him off.'” Mary did get charged for domestic violence and aggravated assault.

Another fun fact about Mary is that she also has a podcast. It’s called Certifiable and it is pretty funny according to those who listen. The man that she does the podcast with is named Phil Autelitano. He runs a company called Mediarazzi and apparently Mary works for him.

The business that they are running has gotten a lot of complaints though. When ready in the reviews, customers have mentioned Mary’s name and reported that they were to wire money to her for the company and they got ripped off. There are many reviews like this one and it seems that these two are running a dirty business.

TLC ’90 Day Fiancé: Before the 90 Days’ Spoilers – Better Business Bureau’s Website Report

On the Better Business Bureau’s website, customers have said, “I paid $8,250.00 to partner with Phil/Mediarazzi on three Roku channels. Only two channels were created. I want a full refund for $8,250.00 After trying to contact Phil & Mediarazzi by phone/text and email and getting no response at all, I am requesting a full refund for the 3 channels that were supposed to be developed by Mediarazzi. I can’t do business with a company that operates this way. To say I am disappointed in Mediarazzi and in Phil Autelitano (owner) is an understatement. I have also read bad reviews online from other prior customers of Mediarazzi from Google, The Better Business Bureau, Ripoff Report, and others about Mediarazzi. This lack of contact seems to be how Phil/Mediarazzi operates and it just doesn’t work for me. It also doesn’t work for me when a company makes business promises and doesn’t keep them. I am requesting a refund for the following channels; $1,000.00 refund for The Red Band Channel: Date of Contract: June 25th, 2018 The channel was supposed to be uncut movie trailers which were going to be a high grossing revenue channel. Result: The movie trailers on the channel look like any other movie trailer on any other movie channel on Roku. No contact from Mediarazzi, no income or financial report either. Channel has hardly been updated. This channel was supposed to have multiple videos from my own YouTube channel of over 78 videos.

The initial video upload was only 20 videos and then no channel update since July 2018. Result: I made thumbnails for all videos, Mediarazzi never uploaded any of them. Phil had told me I would be trained on how to do uploads and add content, it never happened. No contact, no income, or financial report. Basically Mediarazzi took my money on this channel, threw up 20 videos, and then never did anything else. Once again no communication. $6,250.00 refund Paula Deen Channel: Date of Contract: July 9th, 2018 This was a channel Phil said he was going to create for Paula Deen and have up and running by Sept 2018. I invested $6,250.00 in this channel. Included in the signed contract (attached) is a clause in this contract which states that Phil promised that my money would be immediately returned if the channel wasn’t created. Result: The Paula Deen Channel has never been created for Roku. Only one email update from Phil in mid-August 2018 and since then nothing.

No contact and no nothing. I can’t invest in a company or do business with people or a company, which does business this way. It goes against my morals and values. Not to mention being paid money for something that was never created is FRAUD. On both occasions, Mary W. (Owner’s assistant) was involved in the money transfer. She sent us a PayPal voucher for the first $2,000.00 ( see attached PDF) and then she also was involved in setting up the money for the Paula Deen Channel which was a check for $6,250.00. On both occasions, she was taking money for Mediarazzi. In fact, Phil had us write a check directly to Mary in the amount of $6,250.00 for our fee to be involved in the Paula Deen Channel. The bottom line is this company and it’s owner Phil lies to get your money and then cuts off all contact. BEWARE!”

It seems like Mary and Geoffrey both like trouble and if you want to see more of them, tune in on Sunday for 90 Day Fiancé: Before the 90 Days on TLC. It airs at 8 p.m.EST.

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