Micah Plath Suspended From TLC’s Welcome to Plathville
Micah Plath may have moved to California, but he’s still a big part of the TLC reality show Welcome to Plathville. He’s been featured in some big moments on the show, such as a trip to the beach and his relationship with his sister Moriah.
The family has been dealing with major drama this season of the reality show, and it looks like it’s only getting worse. It turns out that Olivia’s brother Nathan Meggs got arrested on DUI charges in March, and now it’s been revealed that he’s been sentenced to 12 months probation for his crime.
In the latest episode of ‘Welcome to Plathville,’ Micah tells Moriah and Max that he’s moving back to Cairo because he wants to live with his family again. But he’s having some serious doubts about whether his move will work out.
He also hasn’t been answering his emails as he should, and that could be an issue for him in the modeling world. He needs to start using his phone again and setting up email alerts, he’s been told.
But he’s going to need a lot of time to get his head around that. If he’s really interested in becoming a model, he’ll need to learn how to use a camera and take great pictures.
If he doesn’t, it might be time to find another career to pursue. He’s been doing well in his modeling career and could go far, but he needs to slow down for a while. He’s only 20 years old and that’s not a very long time to focus on his career.
Micah and Moriah have been dating since February, but it’s not been easy for the couple. Their relationship was strained before that, but now it’s just been getting worse.
I hope they work things out soon because it’s not fun for them or their kids to be so miserable. They need to enjoy their life, and that might mean having a normal relationship with someone else who doesn’t have the same beliefs as them.
Ethan has also been causing his parents a lot of headaches. He’s strong-willed and stubborn, and he refuses to listen to his parents’ advice.
He’s also a petty jerk, and he tends to get into trouble. He was cited for driving with suspended registration and without valid insurance in January of 2021, which is a pretty big red flag.
It’s hard to see how he’ll ever be able to pay for his car or have a job, but he might be able to get an internship while he’s studying at college. Then, he’ll have the experience to go on his own when he graduates.