As 1000-lb Sisters fans will already know, Amy Slaton’s life has changed a lot over the past few years. Now a happily married woman and a mother, Amy also plans to lose a lot of weight, even though she has already changed her body dramatically.
With all these life changes in mind, it makes sense that Amy Slaton had to find a home of her own and that’s why she moved out of her side of the Slaton sisters’ duplex.
Unfortunately, when it comes to the question of where Tammy Slaton is now physically, she too has moved out of the duplex, but for reasons of concern. When TLC began producing 1000-lb Sisters, the network paid the Slaton sisters to get help with their health issues.
Unfortunately, however, it didn’t take long for it to seem like Tammy Slaton wasn’t taking full advantage of the help she received. After that, fans became even more concerned about her in recent months when Tammy appeared in photos with a tracheal tube.
As it turns out, 1000-lb Sisters fans were right to be worried about Tammy Slaton. The reason is that Tammy was forced to enter a rehabilitation center after her lungs collapsed and she was put in a coma. If that wasn’t bad enough, Amy Slaton said that Tammy lost her home because TLC isn’t paying for her rehab stay and the expense has left her unable to afford rent.
Of course, it’s somewhat understandable that TLC has stopped paying for Tammy Slaton’s weight loss journey since she hasn’t taken advantage of the help she’s been offered in the past.
However, if the network continues to produce episodes of 1000-lb Sisters and Tammy stays in the rehab center for a long time, it seems like they should pick up the tab. After all, if TLC is profiting from a show about Tammy’s weight loss journey, it would be wrong for her to go broke because of it.
1000-Lb. Sisters: Tammy Slaton Has Been Losing Weight
From the moment the TLC cameras started filming her life, it was clear that Tammy Slaton’s health was seriously damaged by her excessive weight. Despite this fact, Tammy was still able to lead her life as she knew it at the time.
However, when Tammy ended up in a coma with collapsed lungs and was forced to live in a rehabilitation facility, things began to change for her.
Whether her health scare was the wake-up call she needed or living in a rehab center forced her to make lifestyle changes, the fact is that Tammy’s body began to change.
In fact, according to what Tammy’s brother, Chirs, revealed during the season 3 finale of 1000-lb Sisters, Tammy had already lost 115 pounds by that point. Based on how she appears in her most recent posts on Instagram, it appears that Tammy has continued to lose weight in rehab. In fact, some fans are hoping that Tammy has lost enough pounds to finally undergo weight loss surgery.