My 600-LB Life fans saw a repeat of Annjeannette Whaley’s episode on TLC in December. Also, news of increased coverage in Where Are They Now? In December, she and Erica reconciled and the news came through her Facebook page. Now, the new news reveals that she became the eighth person on the show to sue Megalomedia.
My 600-lb Life Star Whaley Lost A Lot Of Weight On The Show
Fans of the show saw Annjeanette Whaley for the first time in 2019. She originally weighed 679 pounds. But fans saw her face problems with determination and she lost 274 pounds.
However, the story also came with a broken heart, due to discussions about Annjeanattet hiding her real snacks and what she ate. She and Erica fought about it. So, the fans reacted happily when the news arrived that they reconciled, we reported.
Now, she has joined the growing list of My 600-Lb Life stars suing Megalomedia, the production company of the TLC show. One of them, David Bolton, said the company promised to pay medical bills, but eventually ended up with bills. Not only that, but he also heard that the show increased the drama at the expense of his mental health. TV Shows Ace quoted Starcasm as saying that David felt “exploited by the producers of a reality show that… “who focused only on ratings, neglecting the well-being of those on the show.
My 600-lb Life: Annjeanette Claims Megalomedia Promised To Cover Medical Costs
Starcasm has revealed the news that Annjeanette claims that Mageaomedia has promised her that medical expenses are included in the package. The news reported that other cast members also supported the same thing.
However, Dottie Perkins and Nicole Lewis were previously the only My 600-LB Life stars to have declared “actual fraud”. Now, Annjeanette has joined the same complaint. The outlet exclusively revealed that her lawsuit said in part: “[Megalomedia] promised that she would pay all medical expenses associated with Dr. Nowzaradan’s treatment and any surgery”… but, “she didn’t”.
She is now the eighth person in My 600-Lb Life to join the cause. Annjeanette felt the unpaid medical bills added to her poor metal health. Other stars already part of the legal dispute are David Bolton and Maja Radanovic. Then there are Gina Krasley, Jeanne Covey, Dottie Perkins and Nicole Lewis. The first lawsuit was filed by the family of the now deceased LP Bonner.