The hit TLC reality series 1000-lb Sisters follows the lives of sisters Tammy and Amy Slaton, who struggle with obesity while trying to lose weight. The series, which premiered in 2020, also gives viewers a look into the ladies' personal lives and relationships. But as of late, they both appear to be going through a rough patch.
Amy and her husband since 2019, Michael Halterman, have quietly separated. Now, there is talk that Tammy's marriage might also be in trouble.
As a refresher, Tammy married Caleb Willingham at the end of 2022. Are she and Caleb still together today? Let's investigate.
Is Tammy Slaton still married?
Yes, Tammy and Caleb still appear to be legally married. However, they have reportedly split, according to the U.S. Sun
“They split up because Caleb hasn’t been following his diet in rehab,” a source told the publication. “He has gained 30 lbs. and hasn’t been working his program.”
As The Sun previously reported, Tammy exited the rehab facility (where the couple met) in February after a 14-month stay, leaving her partner behind. The plan was for Caleb to transfer to a new clinic in Kentucky to be closer to her, but according to a source, Caleb hasn't been proactive about making those arrangements with his insurance yet.
According to People, the rehab center Tammy and Caleb were both staying at was the Windsor Lane Rehabilitation Center in Gibsonburg, Ohio. Tammy checked into the center in late 2021 and Caleb proposed to her in October 2022 in the center's parking lot. They tied the knot at the facility on Nov. 19, 2022, surrounded by 30 of their closest friends and family members.
In January, a month before checking out, Tammy spoke with the outlet about their wedding and gushed, "Our wedding day was perfect, there was so much love in the room," adding "I literally married my best friend."
In May 2023, Tammy was reportedly already dating a TikTok star.
According to reports, Tammy, 36, may have already moved on from her marriage to Caleb with a 25-year-old TikToker named Greg Morgan. "Tammy met Greg on one of the apps, and they immediately hit it off," a source close to Tammy reportedly told the U.S. Sun. "They've been seeing each other for about a month now."
The source added: "He's come to see her a handful of times. He takes a six-hour bus from Indianapolis to visit her in Kentucky."