Catherine McBroom of YouTube’s “ACE Family” is revealing why she hasn’t been active on social media.
The mother-of-three, who is typically very active on Snapchat and Instagram, has been oddly quiet for a few weeks now and it’s worrying fans.
I mean after all, her and hubby, Austin McBroom’s, entire fortune was and is made off of being social media stars.
Catherine took to Snapchat on Sunday, October 10, and opened up to fans about her silence.
She said on the app, “And for those who were wondering ‘Where the heck has she been?’ Um, I did some cosmetic surgery and long story short, I’ve been in a lot of pain.”
And for those of you wondering if she documented it on camera…
“I did document everything for you guys. Where, what, why, when, everything,” she said. “It is a body cosmetic surgery that I did. You guys know, I had three babies back-to-back-to-back, and I gained 60, 70 pounds each pregnancy.”
She added that she did do some ‘tweaking’ and will be sharing all of it very soon.
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Catherine will be adding it to the ACE family channel since her personal YouTube channel will not be ready in time.
If you didn’t know, the matriarch of the ACE family announced she would be starting her own personal channel back in August.
The announcement came amid rumblings of the famous family defaulting on their mortgage, foreclosure and putting their mega-mansion on the market.
The Blast previously reported on the rumors that Austin had put their house one two prominent real estate websites, Trulia and Zillow.
The house is reportedly worth about $7 million; however, the home is listed for $10 million on the housing sites.
News of the house listing came one week after screenshots surfaced online showing the ACE Family allegedly defaulting on their mortgage.
Gossip blog, Def Noodles, posted screenshots of their home’s listing on Trulia and Zillow. The Zillow listing said it is for sale ‘by owner.’
Austin and Catherine have been under fire since the Social Gloves boxing event took place in June.
Some participants of the event have claimed that Austin has not yet paid them. Lawsuits have been brought against Austin and Catherine.
He is reportedly part owner of, Ace Hat Corporation, and its subsidiary, Social Gloves Entertainment, which put on the ‘Battle of the Platforms’ boxing event.
In addition to reportedly failing to pay influencers from the boxing event, old reports of Austin and Catherine failing to pay rent on time have surfaced as well.
On July 5, Def Noodles tweeted out, “Ace Family allegedly facing eviction on their home after allegedly failing to make mortgage and tax payments, according to documents posted on several internet forums.”
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Then on July 7, the YouTuber took to his Instagram stories to tell people to stop ‘capping’ on him and his family.
He wrote, “Stop 🧢ing on me and my family’s name. Ain’t nobody getting evicted ain’t nobody moving. Stop believing everything you see the haters say on the internet. If we were moving we definitely would of informed the world and made a YouTube video about it. Have a good rest of your day 🙏🏽.”
Paparazzi caught Austin out and about on Monday, July 12 and tried to ask him about not paying the fighters, but he avoided answering any questions by out-talking the paparazzi.