Wednesday, December 26, 2018

Blind Item #1

Apparently a recent death of this multiple show reality star was kept quiet much like illness that killed him. Why? So, his family could enroll him in many of those life insurance without exam programs. They assumed rightly that if the news of the illness spread, they would no longer be able to sign him up.

31 comments:

Tuesdi said...

Brian Lancaster? MTV Road Rules?

Tricia13 said...

Good guess....

Tuesdi said...

I'm not sure it is right, though. But not sure who else has died recently from Reality shows.
Hope you had a good Christmas, Tricia? Looks like I missed some DRAMA over the weekend. AND you were on Enty's Podcast??

Tricia13 said...

Thanks Tuesday-Hope you enjoying your Holiday as well!
Yeah I was—superfun:)👍👍👍

Tuesdi said...

I haven't listened to the podcast yet. I'll try to listen today - working but ....you know.

SCORPIO19D said...

whats the name of the podcasts and is it on itunes.

Gosssipgal said...

Gabe Solis?

ladybugmo1 said...

Are they calling addiction the illness that killed him?

Irish Eileen said...

Trina Braxton's ex?

ladybugmo1 said...

I like this answer better

MDAnderson said...

Illness was pancreatic cancer. This sounds like something a Braxton would do.

Tuesdi said...

Yes - that is a much better guess. Braxtons!

Mischi said...

how can I sign up for the podcast? I don't see a link anywhere

rosie riveter said...

Having Tricia on his podcast is going to see Enty's numbers go WAY UP and I love it! Haha way to go girl!
Also, somewhere in Canada, someone is probably drinking cyanide.

yepthatsme said...

@Rosie, who is drinking cyanide? Is it a celebrity?

MDAnderson said...

@Rosie I just spit out some good chai tea latte reading that comment. Lol

Trapped said...

Trina Braxton’s ex husband

Tricia13 said...

Thank you Rosie❤️😍
I think the link is https://www.patreon.com/home

Brayson87 said...

Yeesh, at least there was a silver lining to his passing?

Brayson87 said...

Haha, to heck with Enty, start your own podcast Tricia! :)

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Tricia13 said...

Haha.. no I dont have the audio on my side Brayson! It was hard:(

SteveD said...

That Road Rules guy never did any of the Challenges or it appears any other TV show at all.

Brayson87 said...

Lol practice makes perfect, it's tough for everyone :)

Jooles said...

Tricia13, it was wonderful to hear you on the podcast. Happy holidays everyone!

Tricia13 said...

Thank you Jooles:) Sound challenged but-an honor for me.
HappyNew Year to you!!!

emeraldcity said...

Good story but it makes no sense. The fool trying to scam the insurers didn’t read the fine print.

You have to declare any pre-existing illnesses when you sign up even though there is no medical exam. Claim and they ask for details, medical records of the death/ hospital and family doctor records even pharmacy records. An illness that took a while to develop will be easy to spot and they won't pay out if they have the slightest suspicion that the symptoms of the illness would have been obvious. Death by accident, a sudden heart attack or a stroke are basically the only things they will pay on. They also have contacts with other health insurance companies, riders in the contract state they won’t pay if you are getting other payments on the death and will only pay the difference.

TheBPlot said...

@emeraldcity. Thanks for being expert voice. How odd is it that a supposed attorney would write something so wrong?

myles said...

Hahaha. Did we get any reaction from him? Where is he

Sd Auntie said...

Good guess Irish Eileen. Never watched the show but saw the article in DM. Very sad

Newbylonglurker said...

Emerald city

It’s easy to hide prior medical illness.
He died in TX, maybe was diagnosed in another state , like GA.

Medical records from lab or doctor’s offices don’t get released automatically.

If a test showed cancer and he never got treatment or medication for it.....it is between him and the doctor who told him about it.

He doesn’t tell his regular doctor and moves to Texas.
Also, life insurance from an employer doesn’t require exams.
Healthy 40something male without a regular doctor is not unusual, so it’s easy to claim no medical history or no prior doctor.

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