What is Big Ed's net worth? '90 Day Fiancé' star sells 'fart jars' for $29.99
Big Ed (Edward Allen Brown) is well-known for his reality television dating life. In Season 4 of '90 Day Fiance: Before The 90 Days,' we met Big Ed, a photographer from San Diego. Ed appears with his then-girlfriend, Rosemarie. They had several memorable moments, such as this leg massage. Their love, however, was not long-lasting, and they separated. However, Big came into the spotlight in the realm of reality television.
Later, Ed got feelings for his buddy Liz, who happened to be his waitress for the evening. He asked her out during her shift with a little coaxing. On a goat yoga/picnic date, Ed and Liz found their zen. Liz had her doubts, despite the fact that everything was going well. The couple's 27-year age difference became a big source of stress when Ed introduced Liz to his daughter, Tiffany. After a rollercoaster of breakups and reconciliations, things between Ed and Liz appeared to be done for sure on '90 Day: The Single Life' Ed seemed to be having his best life right now.
What is Big Ed's net worth?
According to reports, the reality TV star is worth $800K and enjoys a lavish lifestyle. Ed appears to be interested in purchasing expensive autos. He wasn't always so well-off before being paid between $1,000 and $1,500 for each '90 Day Fiance' episode. Furthermore, Liz's fiance earns more than those numbers per reunion! So, in theory, the drama is generating him money. Ed has already declared bankruptcy in 2004 and again in 2017. He was $185,704 in debt just five years ago, according to Cheatsheet.
He owed $133,827.30 in 2004 and claimed to have $63 in his bank account and $20 on his person. The '90 Day Fiance' star was earning $3,500 per month but required $3,608.00 for alimony, student debts, and $1,000 in rent at the time. Fortunately for Ed, his life has improved dramatically since his appearance in season 4 of the spinoff '90 Day Fiance: Before the 90 Days' in 2020. He now has several streams of income from TLC and other sorts.
Ed has two jobs in addition to being a reality TV star. He is also a qualified interior designer when he is not photographing. He also makes money by posting videos on Cameo and Memmo, where fans may pay to have Ed send them personalized movies. The celebrity also works in NFTs and is compensated for his TLC appearance. Ed also demands a fee of at least $5,000 for in-person appearances and $62 (£55) for a personal video. Not only that, but he has his own clothing company, BigED Wear, which sells bras, flip flops, socks, baseball caps, masks, and t-shirts.
When it comes to Big Ed's personalized merchandise business, he has some exciting news for his fans: he is now selling his farts in a jar. Ed is now following in the footsteps of "fart jar girl" Stephanie Matto. Big Ed teased his fart jars as "a personalized message in a bottle" with his "butt essence" in a teaser video. Big Ed led his Instagram followers to his website, where he sells these bottles for $29.99 each. The product offering includes two fart jar scents: "Big Ed's ASSence" for your adversaries and "Rose scented," for someone you love, demonstrating how he's still attempting to make money quickly by using his ex-girlfriend's name.
Big Ed even shared a video on Instagram of a woman named Tina who was given an Ed fart box by her husband, and the way she made faces in the video after opening it makes people question how horrible it is in real life. The caption on the Instagram video says, "Find out why Tina’s Husband sent her a jar of Big Ed’s butt essence with a personalized message in a bottle! Visit thisisbiged[dot]com to order today!"
Big Ed's fart jars are described in detail as a present for one's closest friend, lover, or adversary, and that "it may be just a prank or an act of war." The bottle contains water beads and a "perfectly nestled toot," as well as a customized handwritten greeting sent by Big Ed to the receiver on behalf of the buyer, who may have it home-delivered to the person being surprised by filling out a form. The '90 Day Fiance' icon's personalized note Big Ed has been rolled and packed in an odor-proof bag. The baggy is placed into the jar among "unactivated water beads before the jar is filled with either one of Ed's toots after a tasty bean meal or a therapeutic and loving rose oil scent." When water is added to the jar, the beads appear to expand in size, and some of them even shine. Big Ed says that no actual farts were made or used in the creation of his jar.