Molly Hopkins, the star of 90 Day Fiancé: Pillow Talk, has accused her ex-best friend Cynthia Decker of stealing money from their shared business, LiviRae Lingerie. The accusation comes amid an ongoing lawsuit between the former friends regarding Cynthia’s competing business.
In a court hearing on March 7, the two reached a settlement in which Cynthia allegedly agreed to sell her share of LiviRae Lingerie to Molly for $600,000, to be paid in weekly installments of $2,750. Cynthia would also be removed from their business accounts. However, the same day, Cynthia allegedly used company money to pay off her personal credit card balance and transferred $10,000 to her personal bank account, according to emergency motion documents obtained by In Touch.
Molly is now requesting an interlocutory injunction to preserve the subject matter of the ongoing litigation until the trial is over. Cynthia denies the allegations, stating that she is still a 50/50 owner of the business and that the only agreement they have has not yet gone through.
In addition to the money dispute, Molly filed an emergency protection order against Cynthia on February 22, after Cynthia allegedly posted a police report online revealing Molly’s home address. The ongoing drama between the two former best friends began after they ended their more than 20-year friendship in November 2022.
An insider previously revealed that Molly was upset that Cynthia would no longer be making money from their joint venture, LiviRae Lingerie, and that Cynthia allegedly resented Molly for being the star of the show while she was just a sidekick.
Despite the drama, Molly remains focused on her business and being a role model to the next generation of Livirae Lingerie. “Olivia and I continue to save the world one bra at a time,” she said in a statement to In Touch.