‘1,000-Lb. Sisters’ star Tammy Slaton joins dating site three months after husband’s death

She’s moving on.

Tammy Slaton created a profile on the Facebook Dating website three months after her husband, Caleb Willingham, died.

According to the US Sun, the “1,000-Lb. Sisters” star’s profile bio stated that she “just joined” and is looking for “chatting, friendship” and a “long-term relationship.”

It also has her height listed as 5-foot-3 and her occupation as YouTube.

Slaton, 37, also stated that she smokes “occasionally.”

The TLC star’s dating profile surfaced after Willingham had passed away at age 40 on July 1.

His cause of death has not yet been released.

Following news of his passing, Slaton told People that he was heartbroken over the loss.

The “1,000-Lb. Sisters” star’s profile bio stated that she “just joined” and is looking for “chatting, friendship” and a “long-term relationship.”
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It also stated that she smokes “occasionally.”
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“I am devastated to share the news of my husband’s passing,” she said at the time.

“He was my best friend and I loved him dearly.”

The reality star continued, “When I met Caleb he became my guardian angel and now he really is watching over me. Our families appreciate everyone’s sympathy and ask that you respect our privacy at this time.”

On July 1, Willingham passed away at age 40.
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Slaton said he was her “best friend” and she “loved him dearly.”
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In August, Tammy was spotted alongside her sister, Amy Slaton, as she attended the memorial service for Willingham in Ohio.


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Willingham and Tammy met in 2022 while they were both at the Windsor Lane Rehabilitation Center in Ohio to treat obesity. The TV star — who has lost more than 300 pounds — stayed in the treatment center for more than a year in order to lose enough weight to qualify for weight loss surgery.

That October, Willingham proposed to Tammy and a month later they tied the knot at the rehab center where they first met.

Willingham and the reality star met in 2022 while they were both at the Windsor Lane Rehabilitation Center in Ohio to treat obesity. They tied the knot later that year.
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The couple was reportedly estranged at the time of Willingham’s death.

The US Sun reported that Tammy called it quits and was “ready to file for divorce” from Willingham in May, just months before his death, because he “gained 30 lbs” and hadn’t been sticking to his diet.

“She wants someone who can be there for her and his health keeps declining,” a source told the outlet. “She would have to take care of him once he’s out of rehab, and that is her taking on the care of a whole other person when she can barely take care of herself, so the relationship is pointless.

“They got married after just knowing each other over the course of weeks, in rehab, and he’s still there.”