Veronica was praised by fans for dating a new man who is not half her age

90 Day: The Single Life star Veronica Rodriguez has a bad dating record. She consistently finds herself in relationships with men who are dishonest and unreliable. She seems to be drawn to partners who lie about their intentions or who are unable to commit to a long-term, serious relationship with her. After her split from her younger boyfriend, Jamal Menzies, Veronica didn't waste any time finding her next beau.

The 38-year-old reality TV star has always claimed she is only interested in serious relationships rather than casual flings. However, she has consistently ended up with men who were uninterested in committing to her. She tends to select partners based on their physical appearance rather than compatibility. In addition, Veronica is facing another obstacle hindering her dating life: her close and peculiar relationship with her ex, Tim Malcolm. Her weird and close relationship with Tim has made all the men she dates feel uneasy and uncomfortable.

After the Final Tell All episode of season 4 of "90 Day: The Single Life" aired, Veronica took to Instagram to introduce her new boyfriend to her 370,000 followers. She recently shared a cuddly picture of herself with her new partner as an Instagram story, with the caption, "We 'necked' under the bleachers today. Now I can cross it off my list."

Even though Veronica did not reveal the identity of her mystery man in her social media story, it won't be long until the internet detectives do what they are good at and uncover his identity. For now, Veronica has received numerous compliments from 90 Day Fiancé fans, who have posted kind remarks beneath reposts of her most recent Instagram story.

If Veronica wants her new relationship to last, she may need to consider finding a new best friend, possibly a female friend, this time. Most men are uncomfortable with their partners being close friends with their ex-boyfriends. Additionally, she should keep her relationship private and avoid being on reality TV because putting your relationship out there to be viewed and judged by the public eye is usually a recipe for disaster.