Little People's Matt Roloff claims estranged son Zach 'CUT OFF' his relationship with grandkids in nasty family feud

LITTLE People, Big World star Matt Roloff has claimed that his estranged son Zach has cut him off from seeing his grandkids.

The family is currently in the middle of a nasty feud.


In a clip from the season premiere of LPBW, which airs tonight, tensions are high between the Roloff family.

The video starts with a message stating that Zach and his wife, Tori, made an offer to buy the north side of the farm before production on the new season started.

Matt and Zach talked about their feud and said they were in "different camps" when it came to negotiations.

"He's dictated too much for too long," Zach claimed.

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Negotiations quickly fell apart and the fight got even more real when he was cut off from seeing his grandkids.

"We go from seeing them almost daily to being completely cut off," Matt claimed.

"Like, 'you're not going to see the kids, we're not bringing them to the farm. You're not going to talk to them,'" Matt's girlfriend, Caryn Chandler, added.

"I feel sad. I feel confused," she said.

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Zach and Tori share son Jackson, give, daughter Lilah, two, and newborn baby Josiah.

Later in the clip, Zach, Tori, and their kids arrive at the farm to tell Matt and Caryn that they are moving.

The whole meeting seemed to be filled with tension and they were speechless after Jackson told them they were moving.

FOR SALE

After the feud blew up, and Zach and Tori decided not to buy the farm, Matt put it up for sale.

Earlier this month, Matt confirmed that part of the farm is up for sale in an Instagram post.

"Well the cats out of the bag," he wrote. "I want to make sure you all hear the big news directly from me.

"All of @rolofffarms has brought me and our family great joy for the past 30+ years!

"Today 16 acres of the farms 109 acres go up for sale. including our original family home and bright red barn."

'TINY BIT SCARY'

He added: "It’s a tiny bit scary but mostly exciting. It's time to move toward the next season of life."

The reality star is asking $4million for the Oregon farmhouse, according to the Wall Street Journal.

While the lot for sale is only a fraction of the total owned land, the 16 acres offer enough unique features to be considered its own theme park.

Matt threw shade at his kids after fans criticized him for not selling the farm to his family.

"They all had more than enough… and very fair chances," Matt told an Instagram user after they asked if none of the kids wanted to buy it.

PUTTING DIFFERENCES ASIDE

Although Zach and Tori were accused of cutting Matt and Caryn off from seeing their kids, they put their differences aside after their son was born.

Matt recently revealed that he got to meet Josiah and he shared the first photo with his grandson on Instagram.

The star wore a black sweater as he posed with the little one, who wore an adorable onesie.

Matt thanked his daughter-in-law for "sending me this amazing photo."

He captioned the post: "So sweet to see how attentive Jackson and Lilah are to new baby brother Josiah."

Matt concluded: "He even opened his eyes to say Hi."

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It is not clear if Amy Roloff, Zach's mother, has met his newborn son yet.

The family's feud will play out this season on LPBW.


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