Individuals Faking Hoarding Disorders to Get on TV

Individuals Faking Hoarding Disorders to Get on TVHoarding is a serious issue suffered by numerous individuals around the globe. It is unfortunate that some individuals use this as a tactic to get on national TV. Currently, hoarding-based shows and documentaries are making the rounds on various TV networks, making it tempting for fame-hungry individuals and ratings-obsessed producers to fake what is being televised.

Hoarder Nathan Muir said: “I’m desperate for fame, and at any one time there are a minimum of nine hoarding-based documentary series on UK television. Two weeks after filling my living room with unwashed tin cans and piles of old newspapers, I’d been on nine terrestrial TV channels and had consoling hugs from a bevy of attractive female presenters.”
The Institute of Studies confirmed this fraudulent phenomenon by saying that 87% of hoarders have intentionally filled up their homes with junk because it was an easier path to fame than learning to sing or writing a book.

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