James King, who appeared on TLC’s “My 600lb-Life”, has passed away. He was 49 years old.
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in a tweet Monday. “Data-reactid =” 21 “> TLC confirmed King’s death in a tweet Monday.
“TLC was deeply saddened by the loss of James King, who shared his weight loss journey on My 600lb Life. Our thoughts and prayers are with his family during this difficult time, ”said the network.
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TMZ. When he first appeared on the show in 2017, he weighed 791 pounds. The next time he returned to the show, his weight had increased to 840 pounds. “Data-reactid =” 24 “> The last time King appeared on” My 600lb-Life “was in 2018. He originally appeared on the 2017 season of the show In the past, he dealt with health problems, including sepsis and cirrhosis of the liver, according to TMZ. When he first appeared on the show in 2017, he weighed 791 pounds. The next time he returned to the show, his weight had increased to 840 pounds.
The series follows obese people, seeking gastric bypass surgery, for more than a year of their lives. It has been broadcast since 2012.
King lived in Paducah, Kentucky. He is survived by his wife, Lisa Raisor King, his father, three brothers, four daughters, two sons and 19 grandchildren.
“James loved sports, especially wrestling, hockey and baseball,” says his obituary. “James’ favorite team to cheer for was the Chicago Cubs. His other hobbies included fishing and communicating with friends across the country on his CB radio under the pseudonym “Cracker Jack”. “
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