What Schenee From My 600 Lb-Life Is Doing Today

The goal of TLC's popular reality series "My 600-lb Life" is simple: document the life of morbidly obese individuals who are on a mission to get healthy and change their lives once and for all. Fortunately, many individuals on the show have experienced success and some have even yielded tremendous results, including Ann Jeanette Whaley who lost an astonishing 274 pounds and Lupe Donovan who shed a staggering 300 pounds, per InTouch Weekly.

But what happens if the guests featured on the show are not successful in their mission? What happens to the participants who aren't victorious on their quest to get to a healthy weight? Unfortunately, that's exactly what happened to Schenee Murry, who appeared on Season 6 of the show.

So where is Schenee now? And was she ever able to drop the unwanted weight once the cameras quit rolling? Keep reading after the jump to find out!

Schenee Murry claims to have lost 258 pounds

During her time on "My 600-lb Life," Schenee Murry struggled with losing weight. Alas, by the end of her time on the show, she actually ended up gaining some unwanted pounds instead of losing them — not exactly the results she was going for. Some, however, theorize that her strained relationship with the show's bariatric doctor, Dr. Nowzaradan, contributed to her struggles. Lest we forget the made for TV moment in which Schenee famously ordered a pizza to Dr. Nowzaradan's office.  

Luckily, even after the cameras went down, Schenee was still committed to try and lose weight — even going as far as creating a page on the crowdfunding platform GoFundMe in April of 2018 in an effort to offset costs to shed the pounds and combat other pressing health issues. "Join the fight for team schenee," the page read. While the page received minimal donations Schenee claims to have lost the weight anyway. As reported by Starcasm, in December of 2018, Schenee shared an update that she had lost a whopping 258 pounds, though many speculate that statement may not be entirely truthful.

Since 2018, Schenee has appeared to fade away from the spotlight and has not been active on her social media pages including Instagram and Facebook since summer of 2020. We wish her all of the best!

If you are struggling with an eating disorder, or know someone who is, help is available. Visit the National Eating Disorders Association website or contact NEDA's Live Helpline at 1-800-931-2237. You can also receive 24/7 Crisis Support via text (send NEDA to 741-741).