'Welcome to Plathville' star Moriah Plath hints she has cut off ties with her family as she spends Thanksgiving with Olivia

Moriah Plath took to Instagram to count her blessings on the day of Thanksgiving but the only person she acknowledged was Olivia Plath.


                            'Welcome to Plathville' star Moriah Plath hints she has cut off ties with her family as she spends Thanksgiving with Olivia

Moriah Plath took to Instagram to share a post on occasion of Thanksgiving.  Posting a picture with her sister-in-law, Olivia Plath, Moriah thanked her for always being there for her. "I’m thankful for a million things this thanksgiving but I am so thankful for this gem," she wrote. "Olivia thank you for being there for me in the times when I’ve needed you most. I am blessed to know you for the real and beautiful you and you certainly know me for the wild and crazy girl I am."

She ended the post by writing, "I love you, sis! Happy Thanksgiving." Ethan Plath also commented on the post as he wrote, "Favorite girls," along with a heart emoji. While Moriah made sure that she thanked her brother and Olivia, the rest of the Plath family members were missing from the picture. 

Previously, Moriah had hinted that she was 'emancipated'. In another post, Moriah had hinted that she was staying away from the family. However, she acknowledged this in one of the comments. One user wrote, "The courthouse is right there in Cairo! Birth certificates!" To this Moriah wrote, "already have that!... more like emancipation." 

Moriah had always hinted that she was the black sheep of the family. She had hinted in the past that she did not feel like she was in sync with the family values as independence was something that she often craved. In the previous episode of 'Welcome To Plathville', Moriah had told her mother about how she felt. 

When Kim Plath asked Moriah if she was pulling away from the family, Moriah confessed that she did not think her parents appreciated her as much as they did the other Plath children. At the same time, she stated that she felt her parents loved her but did not understand her. 

It seems like Moriah has finally bid her goodbyes to her 55-acre farmland and is staying away from her family but it is uncertain if the family will keep their differences aside and come together once again. 

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