Welcome to Plathville's Moriah Plath says 'this is MY life' as star reveals she wants more tattoos after fleeing family

WELCOME to Plathville's Moriah Platt made it clear that she's in charge of her life as she revealed she is considering getting a lot more tattoos.

The 19-year-old has been labeled the rebel of her family, as she's been defying the strict rules she grew up with.

Moriah took to Instagram to share various photos of herself, as she not only showcased her purple hair, but she also put her wrist tattoo on display.

She captioned: "I’ve had my tattoo for a year now and I’m kinda really wanting more! I know there will be objections but never once have I regretted this tattoo and it will always be my choice!

"Yes I can listen to y’all’s opinions but at the end of the day this is MY life and I will be the one living with the 'good' or 'bad' decisions I make… though I will say, I don’t see them as good or bad decisions but as learning curves!"

The reality star concluded: "On the road to becoming who I’m meant to be. And I’m not just talking about tattoos but just life decisions in general. So I guess we’ll just have to see what the future brings."

People were loving the post, as they took to the comments section to respond, as one wrote: "Don’t worry about other people’s opinions, tattoos are amazing!"

Another wrote: "It’s your body and not a single person can tell you what you can and can’t do with it…"

Even her sister-in-law Olivia – who is marry to Moriah's brother Ethan – chimed in: "You do you, boo."

Moriah has in fact been doing whatever she pleases lately, especially after walking her own path away from her family.

Her parents – Kim and Barry Plath – raised their nine kids with limited technology, no sugar, and on a fairly isolated farm under a pretty strict fundamentalist Christian lifestyle and belief system.


Aside from moving out of the family home with her brother Micah, 20, Moriah has also dyed her hair purple, showed off her abs in head-turning outfits, and even kissed her boyfriend in photos.

In an episode of Welcome to Plathville, Moriah explained: "In the last six months so much has changed. I moved out of the house slash got kicked out. I had got to the point where I was just starving for freedom and didn’t follow the rules my parents had set.

“My parents were shielding me or protecting me, whatever, from the outside world. They tried to control literally everything, what we ate and wore. Jeans or any type of tank top were out of the question. Swim suits were an absolute no.

“I felt like an outsider in the real world. I didn’t feel normal.”

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