LITTLE People, Big World star Isabel Roloff revealed her sexy tattoo model and rock star sister Libby Lux to her fans.
The two aren’t related by blood but they did grow up together.
Isabel, 24, took to Instagram to share a stunning picture of her sister, Libby, who is the lead singer of the folk band Bridge City Sinners.
Along with a stunning picture of the tattooed and pierced singer, Jacob Roloff’s wife wrote: “This is my sister, how?”
Isabel was returning the favor after Libby had shared a picture of the reality TV star and praised her for her beauty.
Libby and Isabel’s close friendship might come as a surprise to some Little People, Big World fans as the Roloff’s have proved to be more on the conservative side.
However, Jacob and Isabel label themselves as liberals with Libby herself attending their wedding.
As fans know, the two have an ongoing feud with Jacob’s brother, Jeremy, and his wife, Audrey – who has previously slammed the newlyweds for moving in together before they were married.
Inside Little People alum Jacob Roloff’s years-long feud with brother Jeremy and his Christian blogger wife Audrey
“Agnostic” Jacob has clashed with Christian Audrey and Jeremy over their conservative views since their marriage in 2014.
Jacob has vocally supported liberal policies such as the legalization of marijuana, racial injustice, and gun control.
Meanwhile, Audrey has come under fire over the years for various controversial comments, including “anti-gay” remarks.
Both siblings will now be competing for the limelight with their tell-all books.
In a 2018 video, Libby gave her fans a glimpse into how she knows Isabel and her family as she discussed how her band’s song Ashes came to be.
“We came up with this song which was really overdue,” the purple-haired singer said in an interview that she uploaded to her Facebook page.
“In 2012, Scott and I lost a really amazing person in an accident involving a freight train when he was traveling.
“His name was Tomas Garreton and 14 months later, his amazing mother Toni lost her battle with cancer.”
Following the release of the song, Isabel also shared the music video on her social media where Libby calls out to her and calls her sister, asking her how their story “went so wrong.”
Libby recalled as she talked about Isabel’s family: “I was devastated, a lot of people were devastated. Tomas was my first love and my best friend for a very long time.
“When I was 15, his family took me in. They taught me things, they loved me, they cared for me.
“His mom was like a second mother to me and his siblings were my siblings.
“They’re absolutely the biggest part of who I am today. His band, Profane Sass, you should all go listen to.
“I feel like it’s important that he continues to live on and that his music inspires everyone else the way that it inspires me.
“It was a tremendous loss.”
The Sun had previously revealed Tomas’ cause of death.
The musician passed away on September 3, 2012, when he fell off a freight train. He was just 25.
Isabel’s mom, Toni Garreton, who died in 2014 from breast cancer, told Park Record at the time of the tragic death that Tomas was riding a freight train between Philadelphia and Baltimore when he fell to his death.
He was the lead singer of the popular band Profane Sass, and he also played the guitar, mandolin and drums.
Toni told the outlet at the time: “The love is pouring in from the whole world right now.
“He was an extraordinary person. He really found his voice when he started singing.
“He was singing for the poor. He was singing for the hungry. He lived the life he chose and he loved the life he lived.”
Months before the death, Tomas and another band member were arrested on July 18, 2012, after the Park City Police Department in Utah told the band they were unable to perform on a sidewalk without a permit.
Tomas was charged with interfering with a police officer making a lawful arrest but passed away days before his court hearing.
Isabel paid tribute to her late brother in an emotional Instagram post recently.
She started off by revealing she is “good at pretending” she is okay.
Isabel wrote: “Currently, I am not. And only a few people in my life right now know how deeply I am not.
“Pretending became easier than showing others how broken I was when my brother passed away eight years ago and everyone else around me, understandably, fell apart.
“The light of our lives was ripped from us, and we all lost ourselves one by one.
“But I pretended not to. I held it together. I didn’t see a choice.
“I made big decisions for the family, I answered the door every time, I went to school. I pretended.”
Isabel explained how she continues to pretend to this day, as she smiles, nods, and says she’s “okay” without thinking.
She continued: “No longer can I pretend that losing my brother and then my mom within a year of each other has not effected my mental health greatly.
“Now, I am paying for it in a major way. My anxiety keeps me from trusting anyone, or living much of a normal life.
“My depression keeps me from seeing that I deserve joy, and peace. It always feels so far out of reach.”
She ended the caption with: “I have finally made the steps to see a therapist, after all this time, to let down those walls and finally admit to somebody, ‘I am not okay.’
“A lot of people see me as strong. And maybe I am to some degree. But I’m also just really good at pretending.
“And I don’t want to be anymore.”
Her husband Jacob, 23, commented on the heartfelt post: “I love you and long live Toe!”
Isabel, who married Jacob in September 2019, later thanked her followers for their support.
She wrote: “Wow I was incredibly scared to share this post and my current truth.
“I have been living in the darkness what feels like alone. Your words mean more to me than you know. Thank you.”
Isabel continues to share her brother’s message, as she uses her social media platform to spread awareness about the injustices in society.
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