Little people, big safety concerns! Little People, Big World stars Matt and Amy Roloff have opened their Roloff Family Farm to the public for pumpkin picking season, but there's just one problem: They weren't quite ready! According to RadarOnline, their property was a "mess," so much so, that it injured an employee.
According to an insider who took a tour led by Audrey Roloff's mom, Cendi, "an overweight farm hand fell through the platform where they let guests out to tour the 'Ghost Town' area." They added, "Everyone on the tour gasped when he fell through. His foot fell through up to his calf area. He fell back and sat on [the] platform. Then he huffed and puffed and pulled his leg out and went over to Cendi." Cendi reportedly placed a square plank over the area to let everyone out. The insider continued, "The wood platform was clearly rotting and there were many overweight farm guests getting tours that day."
What's scarier is that Matt and Amy's grandchildren — Jackson and Ember — were just at the farm over the weekend. On Sunday, Oct. 8, Tori took to Instagram to and wrote, "I’d say Jackson’s first weekend out at the patch was a success! 🎃 thank you so much to everyone that came out!" Luckily, the family didn't run into any hazards!
The 26-year-old mama posted another photo a few days later to celebrate her son's five-month birthday. "She said, Jackson is grabbing everything. He is super smiley in the morning and slightly grumpy in the evening. Bath time is still our favorite. Jackson can now lift himself up on his stomach. He loves making noises with his feet." She continued, "We can feel his first two teeth coming in. He has been sleeping in his own room all month and is rockin it! And J loves hanging out at the pumpkin patch! Love you so much sweet boy!" So sweet. Hopefully no lawsuits follow the recent mishap!
Amy gushes over her granddaughter, Ember. Watch the video below for more!