‘Little People, Big World’s’ Matt Roloff Reportedly Lied About Buying A Home In Arizona

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Little People, Big World‘s Matt Roloff and his girlfriend, Caryn Chandler, lied about when and how they bought their Arizona home, according to a report from Radar Online.

The entertainment and gossip site says they obtained property records from Maricopa County in Arizona, where Matt and Caryn bought their new home. Those records indicate that the couple didn’t buy their home in Surprise, Arizona, in the last few weeks, as viewers have been led to believe. Matt has owned the home much longer, since May, 2017, to be exact.

If Matt has owned the home for over a year, it’s impossible that he and Caryn were house hunting in the winter. All that talk on the LPBW season finale about looking for a home during the Christmas season was not true.

Even the ownership of the home is called into question. Caryn has talked a great deal about investing in a home with Matt, but it turns out she owns no part of the Surprise home. Matt put down $110,000 on the house that sold for $375,000, and the deed was just finalized a little over a week ago, on June 13.

The deed reveals yet another false truth. Not only does it provide proof that Matthew is the sole owner of the home, but it also indicates that it was signed over to Matt by Caryn’s parents, Roger and Michele Bryngelson. The actual language is as follows.

“For valuable consideration, the receipt and sufficiency of which is hereby acknowledged, ROGER AND MICHELE BRYNGELSON, husband and wife, the Grantor herein, hereby conveys and warrants to MATT ROLOFF, the Grantee herein, all of Grantor’s right, title, and interest in and to the following described property situated in Maricopa County, Arizona.”

Arthur Rutger is a neighbor and told Radar Online that he has met Caryn, and she introduced herself as the daughter of the previous owners. So there wasn’t even a long, drawn out house hunt. Caryn’s parents signed their home over to Matt.

It certainly isn’t the first time a reality television show has been proven to be faking things. As a matter of fact, a member of the Roloff family spoke out years ago about the amount of untruth in Little People, Big World. In 2014, Jacob Roloff, one of Matt and Amy’s children, left the show and said much of it was “staged and faked.”