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‘LPBW’ Zach Roloff Claims Matt ‘Screwed The Family’

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The LPBW (Little People, Big World) Season 24 premiere is right around the corner, and the drama is already over the top. In a new preview, Zach Roloff calls out his dad, Matt, and claims that he “screwed the family.” Keep reading for all of the details and check out the newest clip from the new season.

Earlier this month, TLC announced that the Roloffs would be back for another season. Of course, fans were thrilled to hear the news and they’re now counting down the days until the new season premieres.

So far, the network has released a couple of LPBW clips to show what is ahead. It looks like Tori Roloff is continuing to hold a grudge against her father-in-law. Meanwhile, Tori and Zach haven’t let Caryn Chandler meet their newest little one.

Much of the family tension has to do with the future of the farm and the fact that neither Zach nor his twin brother, Jeremy could take over.

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Now, another trailer for the new season shows just how intense things are these days. And it looks like Zach isn’t holding back how he really feels about the farm negotiations.

LPBW: Zach Roloff calls his dad out

On Thursday, October 20, just a couple of weeks before the Season 24 premiere, TLC dropped a new preview. In the 30-second clip, Matt claims that he never said anyone would inherit the farm after announcing that part of the property is on the market. Amy Roloff weighs in and says the whole negotiation process “didn’t go down well.” She’s previously opened up about how she feels about her sons not getting the farm.

Then, in a confessional, Zach boldly claims, “In my mind, my dad screwed the family.”

The LPBW preview is short and sweet, so no additional words from Zach are included in this one. But he certainly seems to be taking this very seriously and letting his true feelings out. At some point in the season, more of his thoughts and feelings will likely rise to the surface in confessionals.

You can watch the trailer below.

 

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So, what do you think of Zach Roloff’s claim that his dad “screwed the family?” Are you interested in seeing what goes down this season? Sound off in the comments section below, and come back to TV Shows Ace for the latest Roloff family news.

Don’t miss the LPBW Season 24 premiere on November 1 on TLC and discovery+.

Aubrey Chorpenning

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3 Comments

  1. Matt l9ve screwing other. he wasn’t a family man in the first place. he seldom did anything. h is very selfish person

    1. Why? Why does everyone fault Matt? Any faults that he has does not mean he should have given the farm to his kids! Inheritance is just that…INHERITED when a one leaves it to another at the time of his/her death! He is still living his own life and working on his own projects with his girlfriend. Those kids should’ve been thanking her as well because she supported Matt in order for him to get all of that hard work done on the farm! People just can’t stand up for what’s fair anymore. The first person who claims he/she was wronged is automatically believed and given sympathy. What about the little person who did all of the grueling work on the property? He doesn’t get to enjoy the fruits of his own labor for the rest of his time on this earth? Come on, people! Think logically here!

  2. I do think that zak came in really low with numbers from when his mom sold to matt….I don’t think it’s anyones say for the farm except Matt. The other thing to look at is Matt is a business man first and foremost and I think what he offered was very fair. But no one knows the full story yet!!!!!!

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