In PEOPLE’s exclusive sneak peek of Monday’s episode of 90 Day: The Other Way, the couple sit down to have a serious conversation about their finances. Daniele confronts her husband for withdrawing money from her bank account and keeping the information from her.
“You want to humiliate me over 4,000 pesos that I took from your card?” Yohan asks to which Daniele replies, “No, it’s because you lied.”
“I can look it up right now, it’s more than 4,000 pesos,” she continues as Yohan encourages her to pull out her statements.
“Okay, this week there’s 2,000 here. So that’s one time, then Friday you withdrew two times. Another charge, another charge, another charge in one week,” Daniele says as she points out other transactions and withdrawals for “3,000 [and] 5,000.”
Yohan claims, “You’ll find everything you’ve withdrawn and blame me,” while Daniele notes the frequency in which these transactions have taken place.
“How many times? It’s the 14th, 15th, 18th, 21st. You’re saying I went to this bank everyday?” she questions.
In a confessional, Daniele clarifies more about the sitaution. “In total, Yohan made four withdrawals of a $160, but this has nothing to do with the amount of money that he took out,” she says. “I wouldn’t even mind him taking money out the bank if he needed it. The problem is that I asked him if he took it and he said no. That’s where I’m really scared.”
Yohan defends himself, revealing that he withdrew money in order to pay for food while his wife was away on a retreat.
Not buying his explanation, she exclaims, “Are you kidding me? You didn’t because you had no food in the house. There’s a f—ing freezer full of meat and 20 pounds of rice at all times. Get the f— out of here.”
“I’m a thief because I took 4,000 pesos from my wife?” Yohan fires back. “When if I would’ve asked her, she wouldn’t have given it to me? You’re a selfish person. You only think about yourself.”
Daniele brings up how much she’s invested “in this relationship” and claims, “Every single thing you have came from me. That’s disgusting to even say.”
“You don’t provide for me,” he retorts. “I buy my food, I pay for rent here, I pay for electricity here. So do not fill up your mouth by saying you do everything for me.”
Unable to see eye-to-eye, Danielle issues an ultimatum about their living arrangements.
“Okay so then the first day of the next month, I need half the money for all the things in the house. If you don’t want to pay that, you need to live at your mom’s house,” she concludes.