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My 600 Lb Life One Ton Family Weight Loss Update PHOTOS: See Roshanda, Clarence, and Brandie Perrio Now!

My 600 Lb Life One Ton Family Perrios Update Photos

The latest episode of TLC’s My 600-Lb Life featured a family of three siblings who were struggling with obesity.

The episode, titled ‘One Ton Family,‘ followed Louisiana natives Roshanda PerrioClarence Perrio, and Brandie Perrio as they traveled to Houston, TX in hopes of getting the gastric bypass surgery from renowned weight loss surgeon Dr. Younan Nowzaradan. Read more

My 600-Lb Life’s Melissa Morris Weight Loss PHOTOS Update and Struggles

My 600-Lb Life Melissa Morris Weight Loss Photos Update

The latest episode of My 600-Lb Life will be a ‘Where are they now’ episode featuring past show participant Melissa Morris.

Melissa first appeared on the TLC weight loss show 11 years ago weighing 653 lbs. She however lost a ton of weight following gastric bypass surgery by Dr. Younan Nowzaradan. She ended up losing over 500 pounds and dropped down to 157 lbs.

However, Melissa has struggled with her weight over the years as she has since had three children. Read more

My 600 Lb Life Star Schenee Murry’s PHOTOS Update: Has She Lost Any Weight? Find Out!

My 600 Lb Life Schenee Update, Did She Lose Weight

Schenee Murry appeared on the latest episode of My 600 Lb Life, and similar to past participant Lisa Fleming, Schenee’s inability to drop her extra pounds plus her refusal to follow the Doctor’s instructions frustrated many viewers of the show.

Schenee, a 27-yr-old from Indianapolis, Indiana, weighed 665 lbs as she revealed she had struggled with her weight most her life. Read more

My 600 Lb Life’s Dr. Now Facing Lawsuit By Patient For Medical Malpractice, He Denies It

my 600 lb life dr Younan Nowzaradan lawsuit

My 600 Lb Life star Dr. Younan Nowzaradan is facing a medical malpractice lawsuit from a former patient.

The 72-yr-old bariatric surgeon, who is known for performing life-saving weight loss surgeries on the TLC hit show, is being accused of leaving a stainless steel connector and tubing in a patient. Read more