Sean 600 lb Life Death; Sean Milliken died from heart attack at 29

Sean Milliken

Sean Milliken Death – Sean Milliken, who was a celebrity on My 600-pound Life, passed away after weight gain of an astounding 278 pounds in just two months. During his heaviest weight, Sean weighed more than one thousand pounds. He passed away as a result of complications resulting from an illness that led to a heart attack. He was 29 years old at the time of his passing in February 2019.

Milliken made his debut on the TLC show “My 600-lb Life” in 2016, when he was weighing more over 900 pounds. He stated that he had turned to eating as a means of coping with the turbulent connection he had with his father when he was a young child. Milliken, who was bedridden at the time, relocated to Houston with his mother, Renee, in order to have weight-reduction surgery, which ultimately resulted in his attaining a successful weight loss of more than 400 pounds.

A camera crew from TLC was able to catch up with Milliken during an episode of “My 600-pound Life: Where are They Now” that aired in the summer of 2017. He was in a state of incomprehension due to the sudden passing of his mother. An episode of My 600-pound Life: Where Are They Now? honoring his life was broadcast yesterday night. The episode was titled “Where Are They Now?” Unfortunately, he passed away while the production of his second episode for the follow-up show was in progress.

In the beginning, Sean was able to shed more than 400 pounds while he was on the program; however, his mother continued to feed him unhealthy food and even told him to disregard the directions that his doctor had given him. Sean ended up gaining back more than he had lost as a result of this. His effort to lose weight was also impacted by the passing of his mother Renee in 2017, who had been suffering from kidney failure.

During the same year, Sean’s apartment was flooded by Hurricane Harvey, which resulted in the loss of the majority of his stuff.

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