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The reality show participant, weighing over 400 kg, died at the age of 29

Sean Milliken, the star of the reality show “My 600-Lb. Life” on the channel TLC, has died at the age of 29.

The guy died last Sunday from complications of infection reported in the social networks of his father Matt Milliken.

“On Sunday my son started having problems breathing, he was able to revive, but after a while, the heart of Sean stopped, “wrote Matt.

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Sean first appeared in the TV show “My 600-Lb. Life” in 2016, when he was bedridden and weighed about 900 pounds (400 kg). His family moved to Houston (Texas) from his native California to guy could do the surgery for weight loss.

In one of the episodes of the show Sean told me that he started to gain weight because of the difficult relationship with his father, exacerbated by his parents ‘ divorce when he was 10 years old.

He drove me into a corner and shouted in my face. It was very scary. I ate afterwards and felt better. In those moments anything except food, I was not interested, “- said the guy.

After the start of filming Sean successfully dropped 400 pounds (180 kg) thanks to surgery, but it became worse when in 2017 from kidney failure, his mother died.

“I’m still devastated, I don’t know what to do now, because my mom was everything to me,” said Sean in the summer of 2018.

Channel ТLC expressed his deepest condolences to the friends and family of Sean.

Sean Milliken is the third member of the show “My 600-Lb. Life”, who died over the past six months. In early August, 2018 James Bonner committed suicide at the age of 30 years. In the same month died the 50-year-old Lisa Fleming.

The American, who weighed over 400 kilograms, died at the age of 29 updated: February 20, 2019 author: Alina Dykman

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