Tammy Slaton, a reality TV personality, has previously been linked to Phillip, dubbed the “BBW King.” Slaton said on an episode of “1000-Lb Sisters” that she ended their relationship because he couldn’t manage her anxieties, according to the Cheat Sheet.
She also claimed that after their divorce, Phillip would not stop phoning her and that she had to call the police to get him to stop.
Fans immediately began to speculate about what went wrong between the TLC star and the BBW King following their divorce. Fans felt the couple was not dating and that Phillip was taking advantage of her status, according to the US Sun.
Her split with him was also praised by her admirers, who wished for her to put her own needs over romantic relationships.
The words of Phillip’s children’s mother verified the allegations that the relationship was forged. She said to TvShowsAce that the BBW King dumped Slaton and encouraged Phillip to “leave his family” for a TikTok romance.
She went on to add that Slaton was the one who insisted on phoning Phillip all the time. Despite the ups and downs of prior relationships, the TLC star met her true love.
Tammy Slaton’s relationships haven’t always been smooth sailing. According to Screen Rant, once a brief affair with Joshua Douglas ended, many felt he was using the TLC singer for fame.
Furthermore, her relationship with Jerry Sykes was poisonous since he fed Slaton’s desires. Even worse, he was a married man with seven children.
Caleb Willingham, on the other hand, looks to be the perfect fit for the reality television star. “You used to know me as Tammy Slaton, but now you’ll know me as Mrs.,” she explained.
“I’m now married!” The “1000-Lb Sisters” star met her husband at an Ohio rehab facility, where they later married.
And it appears that the newlyweds’ pals are content. According to one source, they have many of the same difficulties. They’ve been each other’s biggest supporters during therapy, which is amazing. “They’re delighted Slaton met Caleb when they were both in rehab,” the source said.