‘Little People Big World’ Star Matt Roloff Calls His Kids ‘Monsters’
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Little People, Big World star Matt Roloff is adding fuel to the fire after a recent comment he made about his children, particularly his twin boys Jeremy and Zach Roloff. During the most recent season of the TLC series, the Roloff family has been fighting a lot and everyone has differing opinions.
Matt recently shared that he hoped to reconcile with his children but later said he created “a bunch of little monsters.” Matt was seen opening up to his friend Bob about the kids and his disappointment in their paths. He said his biggest mistake was thinking that “these kids would figure out how to keep the farm in the family.”
Matt Roloff calls his kids ‘little monsters’
Initially, he hoped the boys would someday take over the Roloff farm together but the boys don’t get along that well as adults either. At one point, Zach and his wife Tori wanted to purchase the farm from his dad but they were told they were “not skilled enough” to take over on their own. Zach also said that his dad price-gauged him.
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Jeremy had also once put an offer in on the farm but his dad rejected him. Since then, Zach and Tori have moved an hour away from the family. Jeremy and his wife Audrey bought their own farm near the Roloff farm. Since both boys seem to be starting new chapters with a family of their own, it only adds to the feud between father and sons.
In the current season of Little People, Big World, there was also drama because Zach and Tori did not want Matt’s girlfriend Caryn Chandler to meet their third child. As of now, it seems that Matt and Caryn are enjoying themselves on a cruise and trying to forget the problems at home.
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