Did Heather and Wayde from tanked get divorced?

Is Heather King married?

Who is Wayde King married to?

What are Brett Raymer and Wayde King doing now?

Raymer is co-owner of Acrylic Tank Manufacturing, which has built some of the world’s largest aquariums. With co-star and brother-in-law Wayde King, Raymer has created custom tanks with elaborate themes and exotic fish for A-listers, including DeMarcus Cousins and Tracy Morgan.

Who died from tanked?

“Shark Tank” star Kevin O’Leary has confirmed he was on a boat that was involved in a fatal crash in Canada over the weekend. Actor Michael Angelis, known for his role in TV dramas such as Boys from the Blackstuff, and for narrating Thomas The Tank Engine, has died at the age of 76.

Did Brett leave tanked?

You haven’t seen or heard the last of Brett Raymer. The quick-talking and energetic former co-star of the Animal Planet reality television show “Tanked” can only been seen on reruns for now. The show recently announced its cancellation after 15 seasons and more than 150 episodes.

Is ATM tanked still in business?

According to information in BBB files, this company is no longer in business.

Are Brett and Wayde still partners?

While the two are not yet officially married, they live together. Brett Raymer’s income is unknown. However, his company makes $8-10 million every year. As the company’s co-founder, he receives a substantial share of the income.

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Why did Wayde from tanked get divorced?

Wayde and Heather began divorce proceedings in May last year after Heather was arrested for allegedly kicking her estranged husband in the stomach and slapping him in the face. She admitted slapping Wayde, but said it was only because he would not leave her alone.

Who owns Tanked?

Tanked is an American reality television series that airs on Animal Planet and premiered in August 2011. The series follows the operations of the Las Vegas-based aquarium manufacturer Acrylic Tank Manufacturing, owned by brothers-in-law Brett Raymer and Wayde King.