LITTLE PEOPLE, Big World star Jacob and Isabella Roloff’s lifestyle partnership has been quietly shut down as fans speculate that youngest son Matt is taking the family to the farm.
Jacob, 26, and Isabel, 27, launched Rock & Roloff, LLC in 2018 as a lifestyle company focused on their photography, creative work, lifestyle updates, and more.
The US Sun Oregon Secretary of State’s Office can only reveal that in May 2020, the couple failed to file an annual report to keep their active status.
When reached for comment by the US Sun, a representative for the couple replied: “Who cares?”
HOME SWEET HOME
Isabella and Jacob live on their $4million family estate with their son Matthew, 1.
The US Sun previously reported that the family went in a fifth-wheel camper home in a field on the farm.
A source shared: “Jacob and Isabella live on the farm full-time. They previously rented a place and are saving while on the farm.”
Fifth-wheel camper homes can range from $36,000 to $135,000 depending on size and amenities.
The source also claimed that they are considering converting the bus into their temporary home.
Jacob works on his father’s farm, who is now helping to build a new house at Roloff Farms that took five years to design.
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The building was granted a permit by Washington County in Oregon for a “residential home” on February 15, 2023.
The house will boast three bedrooms and three bathrooms.
The seat will also be attached to a feather, covered porch, decorated.
Matt’s girlfriend refused to live in the top house, while he lived there with Amy, whom he had been married to for 27 years.
They also brought their four children into the house.
Matt, 61, often praises his youngest son for his help, like a photo of Jacob working on March 9: “Mola man working… helping Dad wood the new house…”
Matt’s fans will give him a shout out to Jacob for his help around the property.
But Jacob closed the speculation over the weekend, as he wrote on Instagram: “I am not a property owner, and I have no hope of becoming.”
VILLAGE OF ENEMIES
The smallest people, the Great Patriarch Mundus, were at loggerheads with their twin sons, Jeremy and Zacha, both 32, so that they could not come to a financial agreement on the sale of the farm.
Matt, they refused the offers of their sons for possession.
The rejection sparked a rift between the pair, which Zach spoke about on the show.
He said: “The north side is 30 acres my mother and father share, and it was all weird, he starts to apologize… Suddenly me and my wife are not enough to run to the farm.
“We don’t have the money, we don’t have the expertise.”
The argument further caused a division between the families, as Zacharias chose to step down from his duties on the farm.
Zach and his wife Tori have decided to move their home from Oregon to a new $1 million home in Battle Ground, Washington.
A similar move was made by Jeremias, who bought his farm with his wife Auderica.
The first offer on the property, which Matt did not accept.
Audrey posted on Instagram around this time, saying that not buying the farm was “the death of a dream.”
Matt put 16 acres of land up for sale for a whopping $4 million on May 12, in the main house.
He sold it in October 2022 and put the main house up for rent.
Matt’s Career Moves
Matt’s production company R6Productions, which he co-founded with ex-wife Amy in 2006, was dissolved in October 2022 because Matt did not file an annual report, the US Sun previously reported.
In addition to focusing on the bottom line, he also continues to speak out, as Patriarch filed an annual report for Matt Roloff Media, LLC in September 2022.
At speaking engagements, Mattis often discusses how he will overcome the challenges of diastrophic dysplasia, a rare form of dwarfism that has led him to undergo multiple surgeries.
He has spoken at universities, conferences, national news, and more.
The reality star charges $10,000 to $20,000 per appearance.