My 600 Lb Life Season 6 star David Bolton is the second of the show’s cast members to file a lawsuit against production company Megalomedia. Starcasm has obtained exclusive details of the My 600 Lb Life new lawsuit, including Bolton’s claim that the show’s producers lied to him about paying for his medical bills; his allegations of staged and traumatic drama for reality TV purposes; and Bolton’s accusations regarding the lack of mental health care he says he needed, but did not receive.
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Controversial My 600 Lb Life cast member Angie J will indeed be appearing in a new episode, despite leveling new accusations of reality TV fakery against the show’s producers. The update on My 600 Lb Life Angie J today also included a new before-and-after look in the form of several new photos — read on for all the details.
The Texas trial attorney representing LB Bonner’s family in its legal battle against the producers of My 600 Lb Life says to ‘expect’ more lawsuits soon — from others among the show’s extensive cast.
The family of My 600 Lb Life fan favorite LB Bonner, who committed suicide in 2018 during a battle against depression, is suing the show’s production company for what they say is the producers’ role in LB’s death. The My 600 Lb Life lawsuit alleges “gross negligence” on the part of Megalomedia, claiming the company backed out of several promises to LB, pressured him into filming when he was unprepared, and failed to provide him with mental health care after he began exhibiting worrisome signs.
The rumors about a Love & Hip Hop London spin-off have cropped up once again, but this time there may be more truth to them. According to multiple sources, there’s a “high chance” of London becoming the franchise’s first international city, and several new cast members have reportedly been spotted filming. Keep reading for the latest…
Marla McCants is the rare My 600 Lb Life cast member whose weight loss journey has actually become *more* dramatic since she stopped filming for the show. The tale of Marla McCants now is one of shocking weight loss, sordid accusations, and, above all, an unshakeable belief that things can — and will — get better.
Former Southern Charm star Thomas Ravenel has been among the very hottest of messes since his high-profile legal troubles began. But the show has allegedly hit a wall filming its new season — so is Thomas Ravenel coming back to Southern Charm, despite leaving in disgrace not two years ago?
The first My 600 Lb Life Season 8 trailer is here — and we’ve got some early info on a few new cast members ahead of the show’s return.