On the hit TLC show, 1000-Lb Sisters, we have been introduced to Amy and Tammy Slaton. The women won our hearts last season on the show and are returning for a new season. They have been going through a lot since we last saw them though. On January 8, Tammy took to Instagram to let her fans know that she and Amy were having a tough time right now and they could use some love and support. Fans were very scared about what happened, but it all had to do with their step father.
1000-LB Sisters Updates – Death in the Family
Tammy announced on Instagram that her family was mourning a recent death. In the caption, she really made her fans worry when she wrote, “Hey, if you’re trying to message Amy and I please give us time to reply. We’re dealing with a death in the family.” The message was pretty cryptic and it had fans very worried about who it was and if both of the sisters were all right.
The sad message really made fans worry about 1000-LB Sisters cast member Tammy who had gained a lot of her weight back and fans thought that she could have been the one who died because of her poor health. Rest assured, it was not her that dad, but their step father. Although, Doctor Procter did tell Tammy that if she didn’t lose the weight, there was an “80% chance” that she could die within the “next five years.” We can see why fans were concerned!
1000-LB Sisters News – The Slaton Sisters Sent Love
The Slaton sisters’ fans were very quick to send love and kind words through this hard time. Many of them told them just how sorry they were for their loss and wanted them to know that they were looking out for them during such a hard time. It wasn’t until a post from Amy came that revealed who died in their family.
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Amy posted on Instagram that Frank Rednour,their stepdad, passed away on January 6 in Louisville, Kentucky. He was 62 years old and he was laid to rest on January 11. This is a very sad time for the women and we are sending them love and support during this time.
For fans of 1000-LB Sisters, the show is still airing on TLC on Monday nights at 10 p.m. EST. This season will be all about Amy’s pregnancy and how the women are still going about their day to day lives in spite of a global pandemic.
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