LPBW: Isabel Rock Slammed For Using 1-Year-Old Son To Make Money Off Of Internet!

Isabel Rock Little People, Big World spoilers, news, and updates tease that fans slam Isabel Rock for using her son to make money off the internet. Some people were furious that she’d even think about selling her child’s story, which they considered an exploitative act.

The lovable duo of Little People, Big World, Jacob, and Isabel may have stepped away from the cameras, but they’re still keeping in touch with their adoring fans through social media. Their latest parenting move is to raise their one-year-old son, Mateo, privately.

Although they try to avoid posting pictures of their little one, when they do, they ensure his face is covered. However, there has been some backlash from viewers claiming Isabel is exploiting her son for financial gain.

Isabel has shocked her followers by using her son’s birth story to create content for cash. She has now announced that she will be releasing “paid” content for her subscribers and has even conducted a poll to determine what “piece” they find interesting.\Isabel presented her audience with three potential topics for discussion, including “a meeting with a medium, a crisis of identity, and Mateo’s birth story part 1. Unfortunately, this move did not go over well with viewers, who were outraged that Isabel would exploit her child for financial gain.

They took to social media to voice their concerns, calling out the LPBW star for profiting off the same child she had previously claimed to be protecting. The general consensus among viewers was that this was an exploitative move, and many were left feeling disappointed in Isabel’s plans.

Critics have asked Izzy to stop using her son’s story for profit. Instead, they suggested that she try to find work at Indeed.com if she really needed cash.

Little People, Big World Spoilers – Will Matt Roloff Lose Business License For Oregon Family Farm?

The future of Little People, Big World star Matt Roloff’s family farm is in jeopardy, with reports suggesting he may lose his business license. The $4 million Oregon property has been at the center of a bitter dispute between Matt and his twin sons.

According to The U.S. Sun, Matt still needs to file an annual report for Roloff Family Farms Inc. The report is required to keep the business license active, and it was due last February 10, 2023.

Matt is listed as the president and secretary of Roloff Family Farms Inc., which is still active today. However, the license is at risk of being dissolved by the state unless Matt manages to comply.

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