Amy Roloff Ditched For The Hired Help! Her Ex Moves On With Their Farm Manager

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Source: Facebook / Matt Roloff , Instagram / @AmyJRoloff

Mar. 28 2017, Updated 6:22 p.m. ET

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Source: Facebook / Matt Roloff , Instagram / @AmyJRoloff

What happened to girl code? After calling it quits with his wife, Amy Roloff, back in 2014, Little People, Big World star Matt Roloff, has finally moved on to a new relationship. However, the reality star’s choice in partner has many wondering if it’s just too close to home. Matt’s new girlfriend, who he revealed on Monday, is surprisingly the family’s longtime farm manager, Caryn Chandler. (Can you say awkward!?) Caryn, who was nearly a show regular on LPBW, has worked with the Roloffs since 2011. To make matters even more awkward, reported that Amy and her boyfriend, Chris Marek, had no idea that her ex-husband had moved on with the Roloff Farms employee. #Shady

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“I don’t know anything about that,” Amy’s love of six months told Radar when asked about the surprise pairing.

While some fans congratulated Matt, others slammed the reality star for romancing a close family friend!

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“Matt has turned into a real slime ball!” one follower fumed.

Fortunately, Amy is still going strong with Chris, a Portland-based real estate broker, who she has been dating for more than six months. “Everything is still going well,” Chris told Radar.

What do you think of Matt’s new romance? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section!


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