At just 36, Tammy Slaton is already a widow.
As you’ve probably heard, the 1000-lb Sisters star lost her husband, Caleb Willingham, just a few weeks ago.
The cause of his death is still unknown, but Willingham passed away at the young age of 40 after battling weight problems for years.
Caleb and Tammy are married in November 2022 after meeting in Ohio rehab.
Slayton has shot several TikTok videos since the tragedy, leaving fans confused at various points as to what she is trying to say in these videos.
However, last Wednesday, Tammy was a bit more straightforward.
The TLC personality has once again shared footage of herself on TikTok using a viral filter called “I will end 2023″… which allegedly predicts what’s going to happen in your near future.
When the filter stopped at “Engaged”, Tammy put her hand over her mouth in shock.
Slaton captioned the clip, “Hall ain’t happening.”
Of course this is quite understandable.
Slayton has just lost her husband, and despite the couple’s estrangement over Caleb’s death, Tammy made it clear a few days ago that she loves her husband dearly.
“Yes, we had problems, but I loved the man and I still do,” Tammy cried to viewers in the first TikTok video.
According to an insider who spoke to The Sun this spring, Willingham and Slaton have had a tough time since Willingham left rehab a while back…she’s lost a lot of weight…and is working hard to improve her overall health and lifestyle.
Unfortunately, the first didn’t make anywhere near as much progress.
If anything, Caleb reportedly went in the opposite direction, To Win weight and not being able to make time to visit his wife in Kentucky.
“I am hurt, angry, confused and lonely, even with other people around. Thank you for your love, prayers and support,” Willingham wrote on Facebook after just five months of their wedding.
Shortly after news of Caleb’s defeat became public, Tammy told People magazine:
“I am deeply saddened to share the news of my husband’s passing. He was my best friend and I loved him very much.
“When I met Caleb he became my guardian angel and now he really watches over me.
“Our family appreciates everyone’s compassion and asks that you respect our privacy at this time.”
We extend our condolences to all who knew and loved Tammy Slaton and Caleb Willingham. May his soul rest in peace.
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