On the Jan. 16 episode of "Amish Mafia," the cast talked about lost footage, if the show was real or fake and what they all thought of Esther.
Levi is obviously hurt and angry about Esther taking advantage of his feelings for her. It appears to viewers that she manipulated him and even went on vacation with him to get him out of John's way. Recalling the vacation, she says,
"It was the worst trip of my life."
The one clip that really stood out was the fact that she was recorded wearing skimpy clothes with her breasts jiggling everywhere while holding on to two men. It seems pretty clear that she was drunk and enjoying herself.
On the episode of "Amish Mafia" that is titled, "The Reckoning," John begins questioning Esther about what she was doing with Jolin in a room with the door closed. She denies it repeatedly until the cameraman says that she did. Esther then becomes flustered and says they had to close the door and turn off the microphones to discuss certain things. However, that does not explain why it was so dark in that room and as far as fans could tell, there was no light or lantern. It also does not explain why Jolin said,
"If we are really going to do this, we need to turn the mics off."
Notice that Jolin said "if we are really going to do this..." There was no mention of talking or discussing anything.
On "The Reckoning," it was revealed that Merlin has footage of him making out with Esther. Viewers were able to see her jumping for joy into his arms and the two acting like they were very close. To give Esther the benefit of the doubt, she may have been happy about something else, but it really does seem like she has a double life.
While viewers know that Levi and Alvin do not care for her, it was a shock to find out that Jolin did not have any kind words towards her either. She was called a player, manipulative, controlling and Merlin declared that "she loves her men" and that she needed to be "reprogrammed."
What did you think of "The Reckoning" episode? Did "Amish Mafia" seem a bit too dramatic to be as real as they insist it is?