1000-lb Sisters star Amy Slaton has officially put out a warning to fans who think it’s okay to come to her home. Here is what she has to say to these overstepping people.
1000-lb Sisters: Amy Slaton Overnight Sensation
1000-lb Sisters personality Amy Slaton and her sister Tammy Slaton have put themselves in the spotlight. They had a great online following, but once they got their own show on TLC, people swarmed to watch them. Their social media has gained many followers, with Tammy herself reaching over a million followers.
Of course, all celebrities have mega fans. Amy is a woman who may not have realized that even just liking a comment on her page would make a fan freak. They now have fan pages on social media that share anything they can find about the family. Recently even posting every photo of Gage Halterman, Amy’s son, that they can find. Some pages have had to ask people not to post the girl’s address or phone number.
TLC Star Shares Home
1000-lb Sisters fan-favorite Amy Slaton is a very loving person. She opened her home to her sister Tammy Slaton when she needed a place to stay. She even helps take care of her because she has lost the ability to do some self-care tasks. Eventually, when everyone thought it would be best for Tammy to have her own place, she made sure she didn’t move too far. Tammy moved in when her neighbor next to her in the duplex home they were living in moved out.
The show started to feature the pair outside on their front doorstep and in their yard more. The show would even film other people from 1000 Pound Sisters pulling in their driveway from the main road. With that and stating that they are from Webster County, Kentucky fans have been able to pinpoint exactly where their house is.
1000-lb Sisters: Amy Slaton Wants to Distance
Amy Slaton from 1000-lb Sisters has spoken up about some scary experiences she has had. She says that people are invading her privacy where she lives with her husband and newborn son. She warns fans that if they show up, she will call the police. Her home is supposed to feel like a safe place, and since people show up randomly, it’s not safe. Amy says do not come to their house and do not send things to their house.
Amy says she loves seeing fans in public and is more than happy to talk and take a picture. But she says some people drove eight hours to her house, which is uncalled for. Also, she says it’s disrespectful and unsafe. And for fans who really want to meet them, she is planning a meet-and-greet. Also, a lot of fans have reached out to Amy to let her know that they will respect her space.
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