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From making her first dress at 9 years old to getting kicked out of a strict Amish community and paving her way in the fashion industry, 'Breaking Amish' and 'Return to Amish' reality star Kate Stoltz has proven that she has a strong will to succeed.
Source: Joseph Donnermeyer He also advocated shunning excommunicated members (still a practice in some Amish communities
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Viewers finally met Lizzie's baby daddy on "Breaking Amish: LA," and he was not what anyone was expecting. Hoj is a black
"Breaking Amish: LA" (Sundays at 10 p.m. ET on TLC) isn't just shining the spotlight on Amish and Mennonite young adults
"Breaking Amish: LA's" most eccentric castmember, Betsy, discovers something very interesting about her family tree: She's fascinated with witchcraft because she comes from a long line of witches. Because of course she does.
As Radar Online's Alexis Tereszcuk pointed out, it is kind of ironic that Devon got shunned while out in the real world. Devon
"I am a Christian. I don't like the way the English teenagers live. I have always treasured the simple life and the way the Amish live and am looking to hopefully become Amish when I'm old enough," said one teen who described herself as "a modest young lady."
"Breaking Amish: LA" (Sundays at 10 p.m. ET on TLC) has taken their Amish and Mennonite experiment a step beyond, taking
The cast of "Breaking Amish: LA" heads to Sin City! The group takes Las Vegas by storm, but it’s not all fun and games when Matt is wary of temptation. Betsy's on a mission to expose the truth and has evidence that will change everything. When she surprises the group and suddenly shows up in Vegas, everyone must come to terms with an unexpected twist of fate -- but not before brushing their fake teeth in the hotel's bidet.
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Watch the preview, above, to hear Betsy explain why she's lighting so many candles in the house. "I've been involved in witchcraft
On "Breaking Amish: LA," Betsy is confronted and a line is drawn in the sand. More is revealed about what took place at the house one night behind closed doors, but not everyone's talking. There are a lot of candles and some talk of witchcraft and sex with Satan though!
Doing "something bad" could mean any number of things, especially when you're from a very sheltered community of people. Any
TLC continues following the rebels of the Amish and Mennonite communities as they leave their sheltered lives to experience life outside of their communities -- this time in Los Angeles. "Breaking Amish: LA" premieres Sun., June 21 at 10 p.m. ET on TLC.
TLC has found another crew of renegade Amish and Mennonite youth to cast for Breaking Amish . If the LA version is anything like the previous Breaking Amish or Amish Mafia, not only will the "reality" show include heavy doses of fiction, it will also fabricate more myths about Amish life that deserve a good debunking.
“It was before Abe and them got together," he explained. "If I’d known the two of them was gonna get together, I would never
On Twitter, viewers were supportive of Kate too -- saying they admire her independence. “Being raised Amish, if you’re gay