Tammy Slaton: '1000-lb Sisters' star's $239K mansion robbed while she was in rehabilitation center

According to reports, the robbers 'kicked in the back door' of the Kentucky duplex and stole furniture


                            Tammy Slaton: '1000-lb Sisters' star's $239K mansion robbed while she was in rehabilitation center
Robbers broke into '1000-lb Sisters' star Tammy Slaton's home and stole valuables (Instagram/queentammy86 and google maps)
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Tammy Slaton, star of '1000 lb Sisters' got robbed by criminals who "kicked in the back door and stole furniture" while she was undergoing weight-loss treatment in a rehabilitation center.

Tammy, 34, began her second round of weight-loss treatment in the fall of 2021. Tammy's next-door neighbor was also robbed, and their sink was taken as well. Deputy Starkey verified the shocking information of Tammy's Kentucky home break-in to The Sun. The Union County deputy told the portal: "The burglary happened shortly after the Slaton sisters moved out." Starkey resumed: "The burglar[s] must have seen the home was unoccupied and broke in." The suspect(s) behind the forced entrance has not been apprehended, according to Starkey, and the investigation is still underway.

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The Slaton sisters wonder if some crazy fan may have broken into their Kentucky duplex, which was featured on the first two seasons of '1000-Lb Sisters'. Due to Tammy's deteriorating health and weight, Amy used to reside directly next door to her, ready to assist her at any time. Amy Slaton Halterman of '1000-lb Sisters' and her husband purchased a new home to accommodate their expanding family. The house is 1,976 square feet in size and is presently valued at $239,000. Amy and Tammy lived on opposite sides of the duplex, which has four bedrooms and two bathrooms, until Amy moved in with her husband and their kid, Gage, to one of the bedrooms. Tammy's apartment looks to be cramped and congested, as she is shown in segments on the show fighting to fit between door frames and narrow passageways. A living area with a couch, a tiny bedroom, and a bathroom are on her half of the duplex. 

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Her residence also has a small kitchen and a bedroom. As there isn't much room to entertain, her family prefers to eat meals outside. She would occasionally entertain herself by inviting people over since she used to party, vape, drink wine, and eat pizza before entering the Ohio rehab.

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Tammy's ongoing health issues



 

After years of major health difficulties, Ammy is about to be discharged from rehab and has a fixed date for life-saving surgery set in June. Tammy's physicians will undertake bariatric gastric bypass surgery on her in Atlanta.

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Tammy wasn't meant to be out of rehabilitation and ready for her big surgery until August, according to the original plan. Her pal, on the other hand, claims to The Sun that the '1000-lb Sisters' actress is anticipated to finish therapy two months sooner than predicted since she has been exceeding physicians' expectations. Tammy will be prepared to have bariatric surgery, much like Amy, in order to reduce even more weight quickly. Tammy has been anxiously attempting to lose weight since the beginning of '1000-Lb Sisters' three seasons ago.

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Tammy's friend added: "She hates her trach, although it's gotten smaller. She only has to wear it part-time now."

The treatment involves creating a surgical hole from the neck to the windpipe, allowing for easier breathing access. Tammy hopes to have a second procedure on her knee after the bariatric surgery, according to her buddy. She has been suffering from significant joint discomfort and has been unable to walk owing to weight-related issues.

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The star plans to return to reality tv and is pursuing a book deal. Tammy's companion compared her to the 'Honey Boo Boo' series and said she might be able to go solo.