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How Storage Wars Changed the Lives of Its Cast Members



There’s no question that “Storage Wars” has been one of the most successful shows from A&E. From its premiere in 2010, the show conquered the hearts of its viewers by featuring the day-to-day lives of California-based buyers who would do everything to win an auction of abandoned storage lockers, even if they have no idea what would be inside.

With an entertaining concept, an interesting cast, and a fair amount of drama, “Storage Wars” is a sight to behold when it comes to reality TV. Nevertheless, overnight fame and popularity aren’t always easy to deal with, forever changing the lives of the cast members for better or for worse.

So how has the show’s success affected the lives of its stars? Stay with us to know all about the scandals, legal issues, and family problems the stars of “Storage Wars” have gone through since the show’s premiere!

Darrell Sheets

Though TV fame can do wonders when it comes to promoting one’s business, it can also make things more complicated. Darrell Sheets has experienced a mix of both, as appearing in “Storage Wars” has promoted his business, but at the same time, made it increasingly more competitive.

Just as Darrell affirmed in an eBaum’s World article, the industry of storage locker auctioneering has changed quite a lot since “Storage Wars” hit TV screens: ‘Since the show started, we’ve gone from 40 to 50 people at an auction to 300 people at an auction’, he wrote, admitting that people find the business especially attractive, due to how easy it is to enter it.

Not everything is bad news for Darrell, though. To this day, he keeps a record of the biggest find ever made in the show, when in the third season he found around $300,000 worth of paintings by Frank Guttierez. On top of that, becoming a TV personality has massively increased his following online, and brought him lots of new customers.


Brandi Passante

Having part of your life exposed on TV can be dangerous, which it’s something Brandi Passante has got to know well. Back in 2013, Brandi went through a hard time when a man named Hunter Moore uploaded a pornographic video onto his website of a woman who allegedly looked like her, taunting Brandi with it and spreading it on the internet as her.

Moore is known as ‘the most hated man on the internet’, and is nowadays an ex-convict jailed for identity theft, but before that, he was a free man trying to make Brandi’s life a difficult one. Brandi soon enough sued Moore for damaging her professional image and causing her emotional distress, eventually winning the lawsuit and leaving no option for Moore than to delete all the content on his website which could damage her, setting a precedent for future victims.

Another unwelcome consequence of fame in Brandi’s life was receiving unnecessary comments on social media, which also affected her kids: ‘I stopped posting photos of my babies, because some creepy ass dudes were harassing them’, she wrote on an Instagram post, warning her followers to refrain from behaving ‘gross’ towards her daughter.

While “Storage Wars” has affected Brandi’s career in positive ways for sure, it’s undeniable that fame has also exposed her to difficult situations.

Jarrod Schulz

Throughout the years, Jarrod Schulz and his now-former girlfriend Brandi Passante became known as the couple who argued often in “Storage Wars”. While having that kind of reputation might not be everyone’s cup of tea, fame was certainly partially positive for their family, at least in the beginning.

As Jarrod affirmed to Orange County Register in 2014, the changes caused by the show were ‘dramatic’, but enjoyable for the most part, as their lifestyle had ‘gone up’: ‘We’ll go to a restaurant, and the chef will send us out something special’, he mentioned.


Nonetheless, things have changed quite a bit in recent years, starting with the fact that Jarrod and Brandi separated in 2018, and unwillingly attracted the media’s attention to their remaining relationship as a result. Their situation reached its lowest point when Jarrod was arrested for domestic violence against Brandi in 2021, making their relationship a point of discussion between fans and the general public.

Overall, fame can bring some privileges but also can put people’s lives under questioning in undesirable ways.

Barry Weiss

Appearing in “Storage Wars” has been quite a wild ride for Barry Weiss. While most of his co-stars had been involved in buying abandoned storage lockers for years before becoming TV stars, Barry had never heard of such a business before he was cast in the show.

As Barry confessed in an interview with the YouTube channel ISHOOTPEOPLE, he was asked to be in the show by his friend and “Storage Wars” producer Thom Beers. At the time, Barry didn’t know about such auctioneering, but grew interested in it upon Beers’ offer. Nevertheless, Barry was one to say no to some extra cash, as he was always involved in diverse types of businesses, including owning a wholesaling company, and collecting and selling classic cars for profit.

Besides debuting in an industry in which he didn’t have any previous experience, “Storage Wars” also changed Barry’s life by turning him into a celebrity. As he said in the same interview, he considered the attention ‘flattering’, as people recognized him even when he traveled abroad.

Barry’s fame is an impressive one indeed, as he became an absolute fan favorite, despite appearing in only five of the 14 seasons of “Storage Wars” aired so far.

Ivy Calvin

Going down the line of people who have had a great time as part of “Storage Wars”, it’s impossible to not mention Ivy Calvin. Though The King of storage locker auctions was once a dedicated martial arts fighter, these days his business, Grandma’s Attic is quite famous, thanks to his hard work, and the fact he’s one of the most likable buyers in “Storage Wars”.


Of course, appearing for several seasons on an internationally famous TV has its benefits. While most thrift stores keep their numbers low, Ivy has amassed thousands of followers both on Grandma’s Attic’s social media accounts, and personal ones.

That being said, most buyers in “Storage Wars” are business-focused, staying away from becoming attached to their fellow co-stars. Nevertheless, Ivy Calvin has allowed himself to become ‘best friends forever’ with Mary Padian, on top of spending quality time with his son Isaiah on screen. It’s been a good time for him, at least from what he has let us see so far.

Rene and Casey Nezhoda

Two of the stars of “Storage Wars” who’ve taken the most advantage of their TV fame have been Rene and Casey Nezhoda, the fan-favorites known as the Bargain Hunters.

Making good use of the dozens of thousands of followers they’ve gained on their Instagram and Facebook accounts, the Nezhodas do well at promoting their business by often sharing videos, making live streams featuring the newest articles in their store, and interacting with their followers. They’ve also opened a very successful YouTube channel, amassing over 180,000 subscribers, and allowing Rene and Casey to grow an audience outside of the show.

That being said, not everything is good news for the Nezhodas, as their former Bargain Hunters Thrift Store physical store was robbed several times before its closure in April 2021, when they moved to the greener pastures of online commerce. Though it’s unclear if the burglar had any intention other than getting some dollars out of the Nezhodas’ business, it wouldn’t be far-fetched to think that the couple’s exposure to fame could have attracted malicious attention to their shop.

Mary Padian

The story of Mary Padian is an interesting one. She had been involved in interior and furniture design for a while, having her work featured in Architectural Digest before finally opening her own business, Mary’s Finds in Texas.

It was some sort of luck that a producer involved with “Storage Wars” entered her shop, and asked Mary to appear in the show during the second season. Though that initial feature was a brief one, later in 2014 Mary became a regular buyer in the show, starting her career as a storage locker auctioneer.

Being introduced to the industry of thrifting wasn’t the only change caused by “Storage Wars” in Mary’s life, as it also prompted her to close her old physical shop in Texas to move to California.


The fame Mary gained through “Storage Wars” served her well in gaining over 300,000 followers on her Instagram account alone, making good use of that to promote her online store Mary’s Finds, and gain money for advertising brands. It’s been a good deal for Mary, it seems.

Dave Hester

Out of all the “Storage Wars” buyers, Dave Hester is quite a special case on his own, for becoming the most scandal-prone cast member out of the lot.

One of his most controversial moments was when he sued “Storage Wars” for wrongful termination in 2012, claiming that he’d been fired for revealing the show was supposedly staged and the auctions rigged, according to court papers obtained by TMZ. Dave and A&E Network eventually settled the case, and he went back to the show in the fifth season, but the controversy caused a stir in the show’s fanbase.

Dave’s knack for stirring up problems and confrontational personality have done wonders to cement his villain reputation for viewers. Even though it’s unclear if Dave’s on-screen persona has negatively affected his business, he made it obvious that he’s not grateful for his time as a TV star when he admitted during a 2014 interview with the website Online Storage Auction, to wishing having not ‘spent time’ in “Storage Wars”,

Going from finding increasing competition to being extorted with videos, having a great start in a new business, or being robbed and having their family exposed because of their increasing fame, it’s evident that the experiences of “Storage Wars” cast members are quite mixed. Nevertheless, one thing for sure is that the show changed the lives of everyone involved in it.

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Chantel & Pedro Jimeno Are Divorcing – Won’t Be Season 5



“The Family Chantel”

While news of Chantel and Pedro Jimeno’s imminent divorce may not have come as a surprise to many viewers of “The Family Chantel”, who witnessed their marriage break down in real-time, that hasn’t stopped news outlets from constantly reporting the story, and every development ever since.

The couple, who became public figures during their time on “90 Day Fiancé” before Chantel was granted her own reality show, have been on the way out for at least a year, with Pedro officially filing for divorce in late May 2022, a month after their initial separation. Since then, the former lovebirds have been busy posting cryptic messages about the situation on social media, but it appears that the divorce has yet to be finalized.

In happier times, Chantel and Pedro starred in “The Family Chantel” with their friends and family. With Chantel being mixed-race and Pedro hailing from the Dominican Republic, their intercultural marriage and the drama that came with it was the focus of the show for four seasons. The series, which premiered in July 2019, became popular for being the first “90 Day Fiancé” spin-off to focus on a single couple instead of large groups.


Chantel and Pedro met online and hit it off immediately, with Chantel flying over to the Dominican Republic to meet her boyfriend. The couple became engaged in secret, until Pedro could obtain his K-1 visa and travel to Chantel’s birthplace of Atlanta, Georgia. The main cast members of “The Family Chantel” were Chantel, her family – Karen, Thomas, Riverknight and Winter Everett – and Pedro’s mother and sister, Lydia Morel and Nicole Jimeno.

Naturally, almost all the storylines on “The Family Chantel” focused on Chantel’s life, and it’s not clear if Pedro was happy to be in her shadow. The model and TV personality, who was born in February 1991, has never had a good relationship with her in-laws either, which has been the cause of plenty of friction. The same can be said for Pedro, who was never quite welcomed into the Everett clan.

Even so, the pair exchanged vows in an intimate wedding ceremony in July 2019. Three years later, the husband-and-wife duo officially confirmed their separation and divorce proceedings shortly after the season four premiere of “The Family Chantel” aired. Although some netizens believed that the announcement was a publicity stunt to combat low viewing figures, months passed and there was no reconciliation between the now famous couple.

As Chantel is fond of sharing risqué photos on her Instagram feed, and her and Pedro have often gone months at a time without posting each other, there have been many rumors of marital woes pertaining the “90 Day Fiancé” alums in the past. However, it’s been said that the reality TV personalities don’t post or discuss each other on social media, unless they’re filming for the show.


Although Chantel and Pedro are still legally married, it’s clearer than ever that they don’t plan on getting back together – so much so that “The Family Chantel” has possibly been cancelled by TLC. If the show does return for a fifth season, the main storylines will certainly be the former couple’s complicated divorce proceedings, and how their respective families are reacting to the news.

If there is a season five, fans of the show are hoping to see less of Pedro. The social media influencer and licensed real estate agent is known for his ambition and cold personality. Despite Chantel having a full-time job, filming for the show, and taking on all the household responsibilities, he would often call her lazy, and seemingly tried to spend as little time with her as possible.

It’s interesting to note that the same day Pedro filed for divorce, both parties filed restraining orders against the other. Pedro sensationally claimed that Chantel was withdrawing large sums of money from their shared bank account, whereas Chantel accused her estranged husband of domestic abuse and infidelity. Days before the couple formally separated in late April 2022, Chantel moved $257,000 from her and Pedro’s joint account to an account she shares with her sister.

Over the years, Chantel has often complained about Pedro practically funding his mother and sister’s lifestyles in the Dominican Republic. Although Lidia is a lawyer, she claims not to earn much, and would often ask her son for money and gifts whenever he visited. Pedro has also made no secret of the fact that he pays their rent, which has always been a bone of contention in his marriage. It’s possible that Chantel took the six figures from their joint account to avoid any of it going towards Lidia or Nicole.


Another strain on their doomed marriage was the bad relationship between the Everetts and Jimenos. One memorable family trip ended with Lidia and Nicole fighting Chantel, Winter and Karen, to the point that glasses were thrown and people were almost injured. Pedro and Chantel each defended their family members, while criticizing their in-laws.

The infidelity rumors concerning Pedro have also been brewing for a long time. In a season four episode of “The Family Chantel”, the real estate agent was accused of engaging in an affair with co-worker Antonella Barrenechea. During an informal meeting with a lawyer present, Chantel mentioned how much time Pedro was spending with his female colleagues. Pedro denied being inappropriately involved with Antonella and accused his wife of not being supportive of his demanding job.

Most viewers of “The Family Chantel” have taken the Atlanta native’s side. With that said, the Everetts have a long history of alienating married-ins; when Chantel’s brother, Royal became engaged to his long-term girlfriend Angenette, the family practically descended into chaos. Chantel and Karen suspected that Angenette, who is Filipina, was only marrying Royal to obtain American citizenship, and gave her the cold shoulder from day one.

Following his sister’s footsteps, Royal met Angenette online, and soon caught a flight to meet in her home country, proposing during their very first face-to-face meeting. The nine-year age gap and Angenette’s foreign roots were cause of concern for Chantel and the rest of the Everetts, who spent most of season two ostracizing the newcomer and meddling during the wedding plans.


The season two finale of “The Family Chantel” saw Royal and Angenette officially become husband and wife. Soon afterwards, Angenette became pregnant and the lovebirds focused on building their own family unit while distancing themselves from the Everetts: so much so that Royal is barely on speaking terms with his mother and siblings to this day. The couple also refused to return for season three of the show, citing social media commentary and public scrutiny as the causes.

It remains to be seen whether there’ll be a fifth season of “The Family Chantel”, as none of the cast members have divulged any details. Nevertheless, we’ll be sure to keep you updated.

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What happened to Tonya on “Little Women: LA”?



“Little Women: LA”

Known as the show that spawned the “Little Women” franchise, “Little Women: LA” is a Lifetime reality series that premiered in May 2014. The principal cast members are women who were born with dwarfism and live in Los Angeles; to date, the show has run for eight seasons and boasts over 135 episodes.

The main cast members are Terra Jolé, Tonya Banks, Elena Gant, Christy McGinity, and Briana Manson. Secondary cast members include Traci Tsou, Jasmine Sorge, Brittney Guzman, and Mika Winkler.

Tonya Banks

Tonya Renee Banks hails from Carson, California, and was born in July 1964. Prior to starring in “Little Women: LA”, Tonya was already a seasoned actress and stuntswoman with decades of experience in the industry.

Some of Tonya’s notable projects include “Bad Santa”, “Death to Smoochy”, and “The Internship Games”; after appearing in the last film, she made history as the first little person to be the female lead of a movie.

Although Tonya isn’t doing much acting these days, she’s successfully switched over into the entrepreneurism lane with her own activewear line, “Lil Boss Body Activewear”. The “Little Women” alum also has a wine line, “L’Tonya Renee Red Blend Wine”.


The multi-skilled reality star recently started her own production company, One Bossey Productions LLC., and is also the CEO. In 2017, Tonya was thrilled to accept the MCPA Award for Most Diverse TV Moment; in the past, she also opened up about her difficulties in becoming one of the first little black women to break out in Hollywood.

If that wasn’t enough, Tonya is also a budding author, with one book to her name: “It’s Not What You’re Called, It’s What You Answer To”. The savvy businesswoman has also recently started to sell her own angel cinnamon spread via her website; however, it remains to be seen whether Tonya will delve deeper into the world of cuisine by releasing more food products.

The star’s multiple revenue streams guarantee that, even if she were to leave the “Little Women” franchise, she wouldn’t be hurting for money. For a while, Tonya has been accepting bookings for personal appearances, public speaking gigs, and even the occasional hosting.

However, Tonya sparked concern amongst her fanbase after she revealed that she had been battling Bell’s palsy, which is paralysis or weakness of the facial muscles. The reality star had previously been seen out and about sporting an eye patch; blaming her condition on stress, she spoke on the isolation that she felt as a consequence.

Treatment for Bell’s palsy normally involves taking steroids; those suffering from the condition can take up to two months to make a full recovery. In one episode of “Little Women: LA”, Tonya and her costar Elena Gant went for a cryotherapy session, thinking that it might help. Though Tonya hasn’t provided fans with any health updates recently, internet sources report that she has since made a full recovery.


As for Tonya’s love life, she was in an on-and-off relationship with Kerwin Johnson for close to three decades, and share a daughter named Angelique Johnson who was born in 1992 and prefers to stay out of the limelight. Fans rejoiced when Tonya and Kerwin became engaged in the sixth season of “Little Women: LA”, but sadly they revealed in the season seven premiere that they’d called the engagement off, and eventually broke up for good.


The cast members of “Little Women” have been embroiled in several scandals over the years. Briana Renee’s estranged husband, Matt Grundhoffer, was accused of sexual assault in 2018. The assault allegedly took place while he was working at the Child Study Treatment Center, when Matt’s patient was a minor.

During court proceedings, the court ordered Matt’s medical records and other personal information. News outlets claim that the defendants – namely, the Department of Social and Health Services and the Child Study and Treatment Center – filed for a protective order against the plaintiff. Matt’s alleged victim, who preferred to remain anonymous, claims to have been an underage patient when Matt was working at the treatment center as a counselor from September 2009 to November 2010, when the assault allegedly took place.

According to the plaintiff and her legal team, she was groomed by Matt during their counseling sessions, progressing from a romantic relationship to a sexual one. Based on his “position of authority and trust”, the plaintiff allegedly became emotionally dependent on Matt, which is when she was taken advantage of by him.


Months earlier, Briana had already filed for divorce from Matt after news outlets began reporting on his horrifying sexting scandals. She also requested a domestic violence restraining order against him a fortnight after the incident. Apparently, Briana found graphic texts on her husband’s phone in which he and other women spoke of bestiality and proposed sex acts with minor children. A few months later, a judge granted a five-year restraining order.

Although Briana was lucky in love the second time round and married her boyfriend just two months after divorcing Matt, she was forced to leave the “Little Women” franchise due to the negative effect Matt’s behavior was having on her brand. Even before the sexting incident and alleged assault of a minor, Matt was a well-known philanderer, and Briana had already broken up with him at least twice.

Terra Jolé, who is white, also made headlines after announcing that she’d partnered up with the Black Girl Moscato brand. The reality star was hesitant to tell her friends about it due to the brand’s controversial name, and an inter-racial discussion ensued almost as soon as she announced the big news. Tonya, in fact, walked out of the room as soon as Terra revealed her new partnership, despite Terra herself asking her to be the face of the wine. African-American viewers also lambasted Terra online, with Tonya’s strong reaction causing Terra to walk away from the business deal shortly afterwards.

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What happened to Kirsten Storms? Health Update



Kirsten Storms

The talented Kirsten Storms, who is known for her work in the “Zenon” trilogy, “Johnny Tsunami”, and “Kim Possible”, was born in April 1984 in Orlando, Florida, USA. During her childhood, she and her family moved between Casselberry, Sanford, and Kissimmee, together with Kirsten’s three siblings: half-brother Chris, brother Austin, and sister Gretchen. Her parents are Karen and Mike Storms, a WKMG-TV sportscaster.

According to Kirsten herself, she always dreamed of being a soap opera actress, and told one of her first agents so when she was just five years old. “No one took me seriously,” she reminisced in an interview years later. “But I knew, even though I hadn’t actually watched one, it was something I always wanted to do.”

Kirsten was discovered by a talent scout at aged five, after convincing her parents to enroll her in acting classes. She was inspired to try her luck in the entertainment industry after visiting her father at work, and her parents were evidently more than happy that she pursue her dreams. The talent scout then suggested that Kirsten enroll in an intensive New York-based acting camp aimed at children.


Work was scant at first, with Kirsten in minor roles in a handful of commercials. Eventually, she scored a lead role in “Sing Me a Story with Belle”, and a recurring role in “Second Noah”. In 1996, she and her family moved to Los Angeles for better work opportunities, and soon afterwards, she was cast as Laura Cummings in “7th Heaven”.

However, the turning point in Kirsten’s career was when she was cast as the title character in “Zenon: Girl of the 21st century”. At the time, the movie made history by having the largest rating for any Disney Channel original movie. From then on, TV movies and family shows became the Floridian’s forte, although she appeared in other Disney projects doing voiceover work or in supporting roles.

In August 1999, Kirsten auditioned for the role of Isabella “Belle” Black in “Days of Our Lives”. Despite the initial backlash from viewers due to how rapidly Isabella’s character had aged – which is a common phenomenon in soap operas when it comes to babies or young children – she soon became a fan favorite, who enjoyed many high-profile storylines with major characters within the show. Nevertheless, Kirsten decided not to renew her five-year contract, in order to focus on other opportunities.

The other projects in mind included “Clubhouse”, a CBS series that aired in late 2004, but was cancelled after just five episodes. The series was produced by Aaron Spelling and created by Daniel Cerone, with Kirsten having one of the leading roles as Betsy Young, the protagonist’s sister. Despite the show not being successful, Kirsten enjoyed the experience of playing Betsy, a troubled teenager grappling with decidedly adult issues that included sex, drugs and alcohol.


In May 2005, Kirsten joined “General Hospital” as the third actress to play Mariah Maximiliana Jones, receiving an Emmy nomination for her role four years later. Mysterious medical reasons meant that she had to vacate the role in late 2011; despite being scheduled to return in February 2012, her illness – which was revealed to be endometriosis – prevented her from doing so until September of the same year.

In early 2013, the relationship between Kirsten and her former co-star Brandon Barash was confirmed. The couple gave a rare interview in August of the same year, and dropped the bombshell news that they had secretly tied the knot, and were expecting a baby girl. Their daughter, Harper Rose Barash, was born in January 2014. Sadly, the lowkey couple filed for divorce in April 2016, citing irreconcilable differences. As the split was amicable, the couple have been successfully co-parenting for years, and have yet to slander each other in the press.

In the past, Kirsten has been in trouble with the law for tossing a lit cigarette out of her window while driving on an L.A freeway. The incident occurred in September 2007; she was promptly pulled over by California Highway Patrol, and subsequently arrested on DUI charges after failing sobriety tests.

News outlets reported that Kirsten’s blood alcohol content was 0.13, with the legal limit in the state of California being 0.08. In November 2007, the actress pleaded no contest to the charges and was fined $1,643, ordered to attend Alcoholics Anonymous meetings, and complete a three-month alcohol education program. She was also placed on probation for three years and had her license suspended for six months. Kirsten has kept on the straight and narrow ever since.


Health Update

Kirsten has always been candid about her experiences living with anxiety, depression, and endometriosis, and frequently provides her social media followers with well-received health updates. The 2020 pandemic took a toll on her mental health, and in an Instagram post from the same year she told fans: “Even though I wanted to get better without returning to the hospital, my body didn’t have it. Since April, I’ve been struggling with serious pain concerns.”

As it happens, Kirsten had undergone a procedure to eliminate endometriosis-related scar tissue, which left her in pain for many months. One of the side effects of her condition includes weight gain or weight fluctuations, which have often led to unwelcome pregnancy rumors.

In June 2021, fans were alarmed to discover that Kirsten had been forced to take a break from her role in “General Hospital” following brain surgery. It appears that the star had been suffering from random health issues over the last few years, which she had written off as side effects of her medications.

After months of severe neck pain and migraines, Kirsten’s “amazingly thorough” orthopedist ordered an MRI scan which revealed a fluid-filled cyst in the lower portion of the actress’s brain. “I feel very fortunate that my situation wasn’t more serious, and that I had a wonderful neurosurgeon who immediately knew how to fix it,” she wrote on Instagram, after undergoing and recovering from the surgery.


Thankfully, Kirsten’s cyst wasn’t cancerous and she was able to spend more time than ever with her friends and family while taking a break from acting. In early January 2023, it was reported that she would be returning to her “General Hospital” role; however, a rep for ABC stated a couple of weeks later that she would be unable to return to the series as soon as originally announced. For the time being, Jen Lilley is playing Kirsten’s role, with Kirsten presumably still on the way to recovering fully.

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