Krystal S From 'My 600-lb Life' Season 12 Is No Longer With Damian, Who She Married on the Show

Idaho native Krystal appeared on 'My 600-lb Life' Season 12, with a starting weight of almost 700 pounds. Where is she now?

Kelly Corbett - Author

Mar. 8 2024, Updated 1:04 p.m. ET

Krystal S. and Damian in Dr. Now's waiting room
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Krystal S. and Damian in Dr. Now's waiting room

Season 12 of TLC's My 600-lb Life, a reality TV series that follows the weight loss journeys of individuals struggling with obesity, premiered on March 6, 2024. In this season's first episode, titled “Supersized: Krystal S’ Journey," audiences were introduced to Krystal Stoor (now Krystal Anglesey) from Menan, Idaho.

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Since she was little, Krystal turned to food for comfort. By age 10, she was over 200 pounds, and at age 16, she became pregnant with her first child. Krystal's mom, Lorie, pushed her to finish high school, and she did. However, Krystal, now in her late 30s, claims to have never found a career she was passionate about.

Krystal from 'My 600-lb Life' Season 12
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Krystal from 'My 600-lb Life' Season 12

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When we first meet Krystal, she is living back under her parents' roof for financial reasons. Her fiancé, Damian Marsden, and her two daughters, Rai and Faith, also live there with them. Krystal's weight is 690 pounds, and she has difficulty moving around and doing everyday tasks alone.

Even though she has been married twice before, she explained that she wanted to hold off saying "I do" until she made progress in her weight loss journey, as she didn't want to burden Damian by requiring his full-time care. The episode followed her journey over a year as she began working with Houston-based vascular and bariatric surgeon Dr. Younan Nowzaradan, aka Dr. Now.

So, where is Krystal now? Here's what we know.

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Where is Krystal from 'My 600-lb Life' Season 12 now?

During "Supersized: Krystal S’ Journey," viewers watched as Krystal made changes in her diet and exercise routine to get approved for bariatric surgery. Before heading down to Houston so she could work exclusively with Dr. Now, Krystal and Damian got married at her parents' home in Menan.

Krystal went into the surgery at 549 pounds. One month after the surgery, she had dropped to 522 pounds after following a liquid diet for 30 days.

Krystal Stoor and Damian Marsden on their wedding day
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Krystal Stoor and Damian Marsden, who are no longer together, on their wedding day in June 2022.

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By the end of the episode, which took place two months after her surgery, Krystal weighed 505 pounds. She no longer needed a wheelchair and walked solely with a cane. The final scene showed her happy and active, enjoying a day at the park with Damian and her daughters.

Krystal has since returned to Idaho and now lives in Idaho Falls, where she works as a stay-at-home parent.

However, it appears that Krystal's ending wasn't so happy ever after.

While her episode aired in early 2024, it was filmed throughout 2022. According to Krystal's Facebook, she married Damian in June 2022, but they have since split up.

In July 2023, she posted a selfie of herself wearing makeup, which could signify a sense of confidence post-surgery.

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Krystal Anglesey
Source: Facebook / Krystal Anglesey

Krystal Anglesey in July 2023

Since November 2023, she has been in a relationship with a Utah man named Joey Ormsbee. It's unclear what happened between her and Damian. Also, instead of reverting back to her maiden name, Krystal is now going by the last name Anglesey.

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Krystal has moved on form husband Damian with her new boyfriend Joey Ormsbee, who she began dating in November 2023.
Source: Facebook / Joey Ormsbee

Krystal has moved on from husband Damian with her new boyfriend Joey Ormsbee, who she began dating in November 2023.

It's unclear if Krystal has continued to follow her eating and exercise routine during her weight-loss journey. The show notes that the chance of long-term success with weight loss surgery is less than five percent. Dr. Now said during her episode that if she keeps up the hard work, she should continue to lose 15 to 20 pounds each month post-surgery until she reaches her goal weight. However, it's hard to tell if Krystal has stayed on track from her most recent photos, as they only show her from the neck up.

Watch My 600-lb Life on TLC on Wednesdays at 8 p.m. EST.

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