In November 2016, seen watched because the Roloff household stated farewell to Camerino — who had labored on the farm for 17 years — as a result of he was getting deported again to Mexico.
“It’s unhappy however I simply heard from the lawyer and it’s official, Camerino’s gotta go,” Amy informed Zach within the episode. “He’s gotta get deported. It’s devastating.”
Naturally, Zach was upset by the information that Camerino was leaving. “It’s devastating for us, the farm, but in addition his household,” Zach stated on the time, additionally questioning out loud what would occur to his children.
“What I feel it means for his household is, you understand, his household’s going to be damaged up,” Amy stated. “The ladies are going to be raised with no dad, I don’t know…”
What the Roloffs did not point out throughout the LPBW episode was that Camerino, who was 45 on the time, had been convicted of cocaine possession, driving underneath the affect of intoxicants, and reckless driving, based on court docket paperwork.