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Little People’s Tori Roloff shows off messy kitchen covered in dishes after backlash over ‘filthy’ floors of $1M home

LITTLE People, Big World star Tori Roloff has given fans a glimpse at her hectic home life - starting with her messy kitchen.

The mom-of-three previously received backlash for having seemingly dirty floors in her new $1million Battle Ground, Washington home.

Tori showed off the dirty dishes piled high in her kitchen sink and on her countertopsCredit: Instagram
Tori and Zach moved into their $1million Battle Ground, Washington home last yearCredit: TLC

Tori, 31, seemed to have trouble keeping up with the overflow of dirty dishes her family-of-five had accumulated as she shared a snap of the mess.

In the snap, the TLC star captured her sink and the countertops in her kitchen covered with dishes, pots, and pans ready to be washed.

She explained the turmoil in her caption, blaming the abundance on a broken dishwasher.

"First world problem: Our dishwasher broke," she wrote.

Tori then encouraged her followers to help, continuing her caption: "Tap to help me do the dishes."

The following snap showed the aftermath of Tori's cleaning spree with a completely clear counter and empty sink.

She added the words "Squeaky Clean" to the post.

Tori and her husband, Zach, 32, moved into their spacious abode with their three children late last year.

The couple are parents to a 5-year-old son, Jackson, and a 2-year-old daughter, Lilah.

They welcomed their third child, a son, Josiah, in May.


Tori and Zach's move was fueled by the family's ongoing feud over the future ownership of Roloff Farms.

The famous family has been at odds over patriarch Matt Roloff's decision to put 16 acres of the farm on the market rather than sell it to his kids.

Matt shares three sons, Zach, 32, Jeremy, 32, and Jacob, 25, along with daughter Molly, 28, with his ex-wife Amy.

In April, a source close to the father-of-four told The Sun: "Matt would prefer Jacob and wife, Isabel, to take over the farm, but he's not sure they are on board at the moment."

The insider continued: "He is the youngest son, but Matt knows Jacob has potential, they are on the farm a lot, and Matt thinks this is a good way to teach him a lot of things he needs to learn.

"Zach has also mentioned taking over the farm, and Jeremy has said in the past he would like it."

However, Matt turned down offers from both Zach and Jeremy, 32, creating tension in the family.

The move encouraged Jeremy to purchase his own $1.5million Oregon farm, a stone's throw away from Roloff farms.

Meanwhile, Zach quit working on the farm and admitted that his relationship with his father is now strained.

He has accused the 60-year-old of not “valuing the next generation.”

Matt put the farm up for sale for a whopping $4million in May.


The property's future was a big storyline in the latest season of LPBW, as fans watched the family continue to distance themselves from each other.

Viewers wondered about the fate of the long-running series as many expressed their unhappiness about the show's direction.

Earlier this week, Tori hinted that the show was not over by posting a snap of her youngest son laying on the floor alongside camera wires.

She also captured a cameraman in the background where multiple cameras were set up for filming.

The TV personality captioned the pic: "There's a new producer in town!" with a white arrow pointing to her son.

The family has been at odds over the future ownership of Roloff FarmsCredit: Instagram
The feud drove Zach and Tori to make the move to Battle Ground with their three childrenCredit: Instagram/@toriroloff
Earlier this week, Tori hinted that the show has continued filming with a snap of her youngest son with cameras in the backgroundCredit: Tori Roloff /Instagram