- Christian Allgood has a troubled past, including a DWI conviction in 2019 and prior drug-related arrests, which has contributed to the dislike some 90 Day Fiancé fans have for him.
- Despite his questionable past, Christian has been sharing updates on Instagram, where he appears to be focused on his career as a Twitch streamer and YouTuber, and has seemingly stayed out of trouble since dating Cleo.
- Christian’s troubled past may have motivated him to clean up his act and become a better partner for Cleo, with whom he has been dating for several months.
90 Day Fiancé: Before the 90 Days season 6 star, Christian Allgood has a tainted past, which he hasn’t told Cleo Corraine about during his episodes. Christian, 31, is from Minnesota, has only dated cis women, and was briefly married before meeting Cleo online. He was impressed by Cleo’s sense of humor, which made him strike up a friendship with her. The couple were dating for four months when Christian flew to the UK to meet Cleo. However, Christian is not ready to date Cleo, who is a trans woman.
Christian had reservations about the relationship. He took a long time to get intimate with Cleo, and when he did, he lied about not having done it to the popular reality TV show’s producers. He flirted with other women while he was with Cleo. He also invited an American woman he met at a bar to an intimate Thanksgiving dinner he had planned with Cleo. Overall, Christian didn’t handle his emotions with his girlfriend and her gender identity very well. Christian’s troubled history could add to the reasons why many 90 Day Fiancé fans have come to detest him.
Christian was allegedly pulled over by the police in October 2019. According to a criminal complaint acquired by Starcasm, “Deputy Coffin observed that Mr. Allgood had slurred speech, his eyes were bloodshot and watery and he smelled of a consumed alcoholic beverage.” He was reportedly unable to successfully perform the field sobriety tests and also refused to take the breath analyzer test. Christian was allegedly charged with three counts – 3rd Degree DWI, 4th Degree DWI and Careless Driving. He was convicted of the third-degree DWI charge, while the other two were dismissed. Christian was required to do community service and was also fined $378.