Amy Slaton has called it quits with her husband, Michael Halterman. The couple has officially split, and the 1000-Lb Sisters star has already taken their sons and moved out of the family's Kentucky home.
Amy says that Michael is lazy and has been jealous of her attention toward the babies. They actually had been having trouble since last year. Slaton and Halterman tied the knot in 2019 and share 2-year old Gage and 7-month-old Glenn. According to the source, the trio has moved in with sister Tammy Slaton and her new husband? who has recently returned to Kentucky following her 14 month stint at an Ohio rehab facility for the morbidly obese.
Slaton and Halterman have been together for years and first met when the duo was in high school together. Although their Nashville, Tenn., wedding took place in March 2019, Halterman later revealed to his YouTube channel that the pair had previously eloped in June of 2017.
In November 2020, Slaton gave birth to the couple's first child, Gage, mere months after the 35-year-old underwent gastric bypass surgery — as explained during Season 1 of her and her sister's hit reality show. Sadly, Slaton and Halterman just welcomed their youngest son, Glenn, in July of last year.
The reality star had recently opened up about how terrified she is of being a "bad mom" to her little boys during last week's episode of 1000-Lb Sisters. "Being a good mom, that's my goal in life. Growing up, I didn't have a good example. I want to be a good mom to Gage that everything I do for him I'm like, is this the right call?" Slaton explained in a confessional." Don't you ever doubt yourself. Honey, you're not a bad mom," the mother-of-two's sister Amanda reminded her during a heart-to-heart about her worries. "They don't come with instruction manuals. Believe me, when you mess up, your sisters and your brother will let you know. You know that. But that has never come out of our mouth."