Tommie Lee‘s long-term beau, fashion stylist Ian Connor, is letting the world know just how much he misses her.
It was lastly reported that the “Love and Hip Hop: Atlanta” alum and Connor were broken up after Lee was spotted passionately making out with her ex-boyfriend Scrapp DeLeon earlier this year in January.
However, it appears that the pair got back together within the past few months, and Connor is letting fans know that he misses her dearly as she sits behind bars for recently violating her bond. He took to Instagram on Sunday with an image of himself and Lee hugged up, gazing into each other’s eyes. He wrote in his caption, “All Bullsh-t Aside, I Miss You.”
Fans who thought they had split up asked why Lee never posts him. He responded, “Cus she in jail,” triggering a wave of fans comments to follow.
“Damn Bro This is something to always remember the good times .”
“She gonna get out soon bro don’t even sweat it.”
“@ianconnorsrevenge the realest holding it down for his Queen .”
“Tommie doesn’t want you clout chasing @ it’s finest my sis good on it ”
“Damn why they look drunk in love that s–t sad af .”
Connor’s post to Lee was posted on the same day that the celeb reportedly agreed to enroll in a mental health program.
Lee’s legal team reportedly petitioned the court in her child abuse case, requesting that the television personality receive treatment for her mental health issues, according to court documents obtained by TMZ. Before she was indicted on multiple charges of child abuse in January, she was said to have been diagnosed with some sort of serious mental illness. The news source doesn’t specify what the illness is.
Nevertheless, her conditions are a major factor in her case, and it’s essential that she receives help. Lee has reportedly agreed to meet a list of requirements that have been set in place for her to enter the program, including sobriety, submitting to arbitrary drug tests, and attending self-help meetings.
Her application seeking treatment will be reviewed by a court committee and a prosecutor. This process takes at least a month for the defendant to be notified about whether the application has been approved.