Little People Big World’s Matt Roloff has revealed Caryn Chandler’s net worth after fans begged him to “get a prenup” before marrying his manipulative girlfriend.
Matt’s girlfriend Caryn, 53, has been the subject of scrutiny from LPBW fans since the couple began dating after his divorce from ex-wife Amy Roloff, 57, in 2016.
Matt, 60, revealed Caryn’s approximate net worth while responding to a fan comment on Instagram.
Referring to one of the TLC star’s posts, the fan wrote: “So when you say friends over 30 you mean friends from [yours] and Amy. I hope you get a prenup, Matt.”
Matt responded and said, “Since she’s triple the net worth. I hope she lets me sneak in, Caryn’s net worth will surprise you.”
He then added: “I need her to try [to] keep going.”
According to Celebrity Net Worth, the TV personality’s total worth is estimated at around $6 million.
So if Matt’s estimate is correct or can be taken as fact, Cayrn’s net worth is around $18 million.
Little People fans discussed the recent financial reveal on a popular LPBW Reddit board.
Many fans didn’t buy it, with one person writing “Yeah that can’t be true” and another joking “Caryn, are you writing that?”.
A second Redditor expressed a similar sentiment: “I think I’d have to see both Caryn and Matt post actual numbers before I buy this.”
Another agreed, commenting: “Yes, seems highly unlikely. Unless Matt just has a massive amount of debt.”
A fourth fan added: “I think so too. I thought I read that Matt had to take out a loan to buy Amy’s part of the farm. It may not be worth as much as one would expect.”
While a fifth person explained: “I think she gets alimony and that’s the real reason they don’t get married because she wouldn’t get a paycheck anymore.
One person argued, “If Caryn is worth that much financially, maybe she worked on the farm for so long because she was really in love with Matt all those years.”
During the Little People, Big World premiere, Zach Roloff blasted the patriarch as a “bad grandparent” who “don’t value his family.”
Fans finally got a full look at his side of the story, as well as 53-year-old Caryn’s heavily criticized interference.
Zach recanted how everything was supposedly going south when he wanted to buy the north side of the farm, his “favorite part.”
But in episode two, Caryn made her proud presence at the negotiations even clearer.
Caryn said to Matt as they took a walk around the Oregon grounds, “Well, I find it interesting as far as Zach and Tori go [Roloff] move to the battlefield [Washington].”
Matt said in the confessional, “A couple of weeks ago, Zach came up to me and said, ‘I’d like to make an offer’ … we were sitting across from each other and things weren’t going well.”
The TV personality continued, “There was some tension between us.”
Caryn remarked to Matt, “Now the decision seems to have been made.”
“I didn’t have to attend the meeting, but … I thought I would attend. I didn’t think there were sides, it was a business transaction and it didn’t work out.”
Matt then concluded that the family was passed on: “It may be years before people see this, but I don’t think Zach and Tori have taken over the farm.”
Caryn added there were “communication issues,” and Matt concluded as he left, “You can’t hate your dad and grandpa forever.”
‘NOT YOUR PLACE’
Fans were stunned when Caryn intervened so strongly, as many felt that while Zach’s wife Tori was also there, Matt’s girlfriend seemed “excited” with the result.
“If Matt had dreamed of his children taking over the farm, he could have easily made it happen. He decided against it… and that speaks volumes. And Caryn should stay out of it!” wrote one Twitter user.
Another wrote, “Caryn is taking it too far by interfering as she is and Matt letting her make comments about Zach it’s not cool at all.”
A third wrote: “Matt/Caryn is pleased Zack is not buying the farm.
Father Matt revealed he had put the farm up for sale despite his son’s earlier interest in buying part of the property, and last week Zach spoke at length about it.
“My father definitely stimulated the conversation, [wife] Tori and [Matt’s girlfriend] Caryn came too.”
“The north side is the 30 acres that my mom and dad shared and the whole thing was weird, he’s starting to make excuses … all of a sudden my wife and I aren’t good enough to run the farm,” Zach explained shocking in a confessional.
“It doesn’t matter if we don’t have the money or we don’t have the skills … Tori said, ‘It wasn’t cool, I never want to see anyone talk to my husband like that.'”
“The price was more than I can afford – it deviated from what my father bought my mother for.”
But Zach said Matt raised that price to a much higher one.
“He went above and beyond normal appreciation,” he added.
He added, “I thought Caryn’s involvement changed it too; “He can’t” [she would say].”
This aired after Matt put the home on the market, which the father-of-four detailed in a lengthy Instagram post.
He explained his reasons for the sale, claiming his “twins” could not work together “for a possible joint sale.”
Zach’s twin brother, Jeremy, had previously expressed interest in buying part of the farm, but that also didn’t materialize.
Matt claimed Jeremy and Zach “individually decided it wasn’t the right time for them to buy any part of the farm at this time.”
In addition to Jeremy and Zach, the reality star also shares Jacob, 25, and daughter Molly, 28, with his ex-wife Amy, 57.
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