What Does Stephanie Davison From 90 Day Fiance Do For A Living?

"90 Day Fiance," the smash-hit reality series from TLC, has spawned numerous success stories. Of course, success is a matter of perspective and measured only by the person experiencing it. That being said, fans are often ravenous for up-to-date information on all their favorite stars, especially if those reality TV personalities are no longer in the spotlight. 

The biggest question is always whether or not the couples who appeared on the show are still together. Sometimes they are, like David Toborowsky and Annie Suwan. But it's even more likely that they aren't, like Jorge Nava and his ex-wife, Anfisa. According to Screen Rant, the couple split after Jorge was sentenced to 2.5 years in prison on charges of drug possession with the intent to sell.

And if the differences between the couples weren't enough, their cultural differences, age-gap issues, and other troubles don't make the process easier. Another difficult hurdle is the rigorous and time-consuming K-1 visa application process. Just waiting for it to go through for couples on "90 Day Fiance: The Other Way" can be frustrating to say the least. 

It's not cheap or easy to leave everything you know to travel to a foreign place, and of course, that creates loads of drama — and what reality TV show would be complete without it? But it's not just the couples' that get fans hooked. It's also learning how the stars, like Stephanie Davison, afford all the travel, the visa process, and other costly aspects of their relationships.

Stephanie Davison knows how to side-step drama and thrive

When it comes to earning a living, it's not unusual for people to have a side hustle. For Stephanie Davison, the same holds true. While she is certainly a notable star from TLC's "90 Day Fiance," it isn't the only thing that keeps her bank account flush. 

She is the founder of Skin Envy, a set of non-surgical, medical weight-loss spas that help people lose weight and get healthy maybe for the first time in their lives. According to the Detroit News, however, the star got herself into hot water over COVID-19 claims that one of her spas injections could be a prevention against the pandemic illness. She was ordered to retract the statement by Michigan's Attorney General, Dana Nessel. Whether or not this will hurt her business, however, is yet to be seen.

And while fans may think the reality star makes a mint off the show, that's actually false. The episodes themselves don't make for getting rich quick. However, collaborations, sponsorships and other avenues of gaining income will add to Stephanie's coffers. It doesn't seem, however, that the reality star is bent on money as much as she is attention. If her IG posts are weighed against her net worth, we'd have to say her Instagram feed comes out on top, although the star has had some controversy over her obviously inebriated state on her most recent episodes of "90 Day Fiance."

Despite the drama of breakups and hookups, the reality star seems happy and content.