Welcome to Plathville's rebel daughter Moriah Plath shows off six-pack abs in red bikini on steamy Jamaican getaway

MORIAH Plath has shown some more skin, flashing her sculpted abs in a red bikini while on a Jamaican getaway of self-discovery.

The Welcome to Plathville star has been labeled the "rebel" of the uber-conservative Plath family, and ignored her parent's strict guidelines while on her tropical vacation.

As part of a photo dump on Instagram, the 19-year-old shared pics of herself dancing and posing with new friends, while dressing liberally for the warm weather.

She captioned the photos: "This has been one of the best experiences ever! I want to give a special thank you to all the wonderful people I have met this trip! You all were the ones who made this trip special!"

Moriah's trip comes after she confirmed she and boyfriend Max Kallschmidt have split.

The friends became an item in season 2 of Welcome to Plathville in 2020.


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Ahead of the season 4 premiere, Moriah opened up in a video about the reason they are no longer together.

She said: "So, a couple weeks after I moved to Tampa, Max called me one night and just said he made a mistake."

"I'm not going to go into details. Since then, I have been in a dark place."

Her devastation comes after Max gave her a promise ring in season 3 amid their romance.

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She continued: "It hurts really bad, especially when you think that you found the one and you had all of these plans of forever, and it turns out to not be true.

"It made me feel worthless for sure. It made me feel like I had poured everything that I had of my heart to be treated like I could just be traded for anything.

"My life really fell apart, and since then I've kind of just secluded myself. I'm scared to share what happened with anybody because if I say it out loud, it becomes real." 


Max Kallschmidt was friends with Moriah Plath and appeared in episodes of Welcome to Plathville.

The pair began dating in season 2 and the show followed their relationship through season 3.

Ahead of the season 4 premiere, it emerged the pair have split.

In a video posted to his YouTube in February 2022, he acknowledged the break up and said he had opted out of season 4 of the show.

The breakup is currently playing out on air in Season 4, which is also following Moriah's increased rebelling.

The teen's parents, Kim and Barry Plath, raised their nine kids with limited technology, no sugar, and on a fairly isolated farm under a strict fundamentalist Christian lifestyle and belief system.


Aside from moving out of the family home with her brother Micah, 20, Moriah has also dyed her hair purple, showed off her body in head-turning outfits, and even kissed her ex-boyfriend in photos.

In an episode of the controversial show, the teen explained her decision-making process: "In the last six months so much has changed. I moved out of the house slash got kicked out.

"I had got to the point where I was just starving for freedom and didn’t follow the rules my parents had set.

“My parents were shielding me or protecting me, whatever, from the outside world."

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She confessed: "They tried to control literally everything, what we ate and wore. Jeans or any type of tank top were out of the question. Swim suits were an absolute no.

“I felt like an outsider in the real world. I didn’t feel normal."

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