Trisha says she launched her YouTube channel, Truthfully Trisha nearly a year ago. Since then she claims she’s gained nearly 2,000 subscribers. Trisha live streams nearly every aspect of her life, including arguments with her family, a medical scare; and in July, her separation from her husband, Sean. The two have since reconciled.
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Sean says that when Trisha first started her YouTube channel, he loved it. Now, he says, things are different. “Our life is like The Truman Show, everything that happens is on a live stream. She’s addicted and it’s killing us.”
Sean insists the world does not need a firsthand account of their lives. Why does he say he has a YouTube channel of his own?
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