Did Matt Roloff Cheat On Amy With Caryn Chandler Before They Were Divorced? New Details On The Latest 'Little People, Big World' Drama

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Did Matt Roloff Cheat On Amy With Caryn Chandler Before They Were Divorced? New Details On The Latest 'Little People, Big World' Drama

Once a happily married couple, the stars of TLC's hit show Little People, Big World are currently taking turns insulting each other in the press. And now, in this latest round of drama, there's some suggestion that the couple wasn't as happy as we were previously all led to believe. Did Matt Roloff cheat on Amy with Caryn Chandler before they were divorced?

It’s not unusual for people who have gotten divorced to get acrimonious with one another. Matt and Amy Roloff, however, have taken their “bitter divorce” to the next level, with the latest round of accusations leaving people to wonder if Matt was ever a faithful husband to his now-ex-wife.

Here’s what we know about the latest in the Matt and Amy Roloff saga.

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1. Amy Roloff thinks that Matt Roloff cheated on her with his current girlfriend.

In Touch Weekly recently sat down with Amy Roloff, who brought her best friend, Lisa Dixon, along for the ride. Amy said that she always had a suspicion that Matt was cheating on her while they were still married, and now, thanks to his status with his current girlfriend, Amy knew it to be true.

“I think when you start looking before you’re separated in marriage, that is hard,” Amy said to the outlet exclusively. “When you become involved or much more than just a friend, but you become more in a relationship than just say ‘Hey, hi friend, let’s go out for coffees’ type of thing, I think that can be hard on the other person as well.”

2. Did Matt Roloff inadvertently admit guilt?

Not long after she stopped by In Touch Weekly, Amy Roloff took to Instagram to post a photo with her new boyfriend, Chris Marek.

And it was on this posting, according to a different report for In Touch Weekly, that Matt Roloff may have inadvertently admitted to cheating on his wife.

A fan of the show posted that she felt Matt Roloff was “dismissive” and “disgusting.” Unsurprisingly, Amy Roloff liked the comment. Surprisingly, however, Matt Roloff liked the comment as well, leading to speculation that he was admitting his wrongdoing in the divorce.

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3. The timing of his “romance” was a bit off.

According to a report for the Daily Mail, it didn’t take long for Matt Roloff to take up with Caryn Chandler after his divorce from Amy was finalized. Amy admitted that she was “hurt” by their relationship, especially since Caryn was not only an assistant to the Roloff family on the farm, she was considered a “close family friend,” as well.

To be fair, too, Amy has moved on with her life quite nicely. But even Matt had to admit that the timing of his relationship was suspicious, at best.

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Matt Roloff may have inadvertently admitted that he cheated on his now-ex-wife, Amy Roloff.

4. Matt Roloff also previously admitted that he didn’t consider “commitment” to his relationship a top priority.

In 1999, Matt Roloff put out a memoir entitled Against Tall Odds: Being a David in a Goliath World. While the book languished in obscurity until the family “blew up” on TLC, Matt admitted that being committed to his marriage wasn’t a top priority in his life.

"While Amy puts commitment at or near the top of her list, I would put it further down," he said, according to Nicki Swift. "Amy tends to be more of a committed-to-a-fault kind of person, while I see most commitments — with some very notable exceptions — as flexible and negotiable."

Amy Roloff has more than moved on with her life.

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Bernadette Giacomazzo is an editor, writer, and photographer whose work has appeared in People, Teen Vogue, Us Weekly, The Source, XXL, HipHopDX, The Los Angeles Times, The New York Post, and more. She is also the author of The Uprising series. Find her online at www.bernadettegiacomazzo.com and www.longlivetheuprising.com.