FOX19 spoke exclusively with Fanning after Tuesday's court hearing. Late last month Clements was sentenced to 180 days in jail after he violated his probation. This comes after three visitors to Yosemite National Park died from the same virus after staying in infested cabins. "Alcatraz" (8 p.m. EST on Fox) two-hour episode
Your vote is your voice! He said the court works with health and fire inspectors and mental health professionals to get the homeowners the help they need. ", Unable to admit her lie, Shelley dug in deeper. "Hoarding: Buried Alive" airs Sundays 8 p.m. EST on TLC. Asked why she had so much stuff cluttering up her house, Shelley flat-out lied that she was storing it for her twin sister, who didn't have space for it. Visit your state election office website to find out whether they offer early voting. 24/7 coverage of breaking news and live events. All rights reserved. But your state may let you vote during a designated early voting period. "That's a good line that she did, but she does not have a sister. to see if Shelley had benefited from the help she received in the original show. "I'm gonna (sic) go home and finish the house and get my Dad out of jail this week," Fanning said. All rights reserved. Mock said neighbors have complained for years about the conditions at the house. Clements' son, Joseph Fanning, who also lives at the home in the 1600 block of Atson Lane, said he's been working to clean up the property. Escott told ABC13 that neighbors should be on the lookout for rodents. On Tuesday, officials told the judge the house is currently 90 percent compliant. TV Replay scours the vast television landscape to find the most interesting, amusing, and, on a good day, amazing moments, and delivers them right to your browser. Fanning told FOX19 he and his father aren't hoarders, but rather "scrapers," who collect items to be sold for profit to scrap yards. 'Hoarding: Buried Alive, Where Are They Now? The home in the Houston suburb of the Woodlands has been under quarantine since Friday. Needless to say, … Visit your state election office website to find out if you can vote by mail. On Sunday night they got to check back in with the pair on the update special, "Where Are They Now?" Today is National Voter Registration Day! "The best way to prevent spread of the disease is to control the rodents in the home. The producers of the reality series refused to comment on the situation. TLC's documentary production Hoarding: Buried Alive took Annie into her boyfriend Chris's home for … Sadly, Shelley had not made much progress, and she demonstrated just how far she will go to protect her hoard. The episode was shot in November 2013. Insisting that she really did have a sister, she then invented an even more outrageous storyline: "We don't talk about her because Gene slept with her.". Unfortunately for Shelley, Gene overheard the exchange and felt compelled to interject. For the Nov 3 election: States are making it easier for citizens to vote absentee by mail this year due to the coronavirus. Updated at 7 p.m. 635 West Seventh Street Cincinnati, Ohio 45203Main phone: (513) 421-1919Newsroom: (513) 421-0119Newsroom email: desk@fox19now.com. Copyright 2014 WXIX. The experts on TLC's "Hoarding: Buried Alive" have seen roach infestations, rotting rodents and towering stacks of garbage. We made it easy for you to exercise your right to vote! Polling hours on Election Day vary by state/locality. Then, Shelley's hoarding was seriously threatening her relationships with Gene and their sons. Imagine seeing your boyfriend's house for the first time, and finding out he was a hoarder. The family was featured in an episode of the TLC program, Hoarding: Buried Alive, that aired last month. Sept. 10, 2012— -- A woman cleaning out a Texas home for a future episode of TLC's "Hoarding: Buried Alive" developed a respiratory disease that … Watch Full Episodes, Get Behind the Scenes, Meet the Cast, and much more. When Shelley broke down in tears and said she didn't want to talk to him about it, Gene quipped, "Do you want to call your sister?". ©2020 Verizon Media. The virus takes one to six weeks to incubate. Viewers of "Hoarding: Buried Alive" (Sun., 8 p.m. EST on TLC) first met Shelley and her husband Gene back in 2010. To which Gene explained, "She's making an excuse to keep stuff."