Who is Paige Wyatt?
If you are a fan of the Wild West and guns, you would know Paige Wyatt as a popular television personality who starred in the Discovery Channel reality series, “American Guns”. This young lady is only 25 years old and at the age of 17 launched her career as a TV personality and model, as well as her own clothing line, which is sold through Hughwear Apparel Co.
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On Paige Wyatt’s Family Life
Paige Grewcock was born at 30e October 1994, in Wheat Ridge, Colorado, USA. Her zodiac sign is Scorpio and she has blond hair, brown eyes and is 1.7 meters tall. Her mother, Renee and father, Charles Grewcock divorced in 2007.
Paige has a younger brother, Kurt (born February 6, 1990) and two stepsisters – Brooke (born 2006) and Ginger (born 2009). Her mother married the girls’ father, Rich Wyatt, in 2010.
Paige Wyatt and “American Guns”
The reality series was launched on 10e October 2011, and ran for two seasons with 26 episodes until it was canceled on 17e December 2012. Paige’s stepfather Rich, mother Renee, and brother Kurt ran a gun store called “Gunsmoke Guns,” owned by Victor Rodriguez, in Wheat Ridge, Colorado. The family would display and demonstrate weapons by firing the firearms and filling out assessments.
They manufactured, modified, modified and traded weapons, and also gave shooting lessons.
Paige, who has her own gun collection, was responsible for sales and liaison with suppliers and custom painters, etc. Her brother, Kurt, is a custom engraver and he was responsible for etching designs or the logo of the shop on the weapons. Sometimes he flew with Rich in his stepfather’s helicopter to buy or sell weapons to and from collectors across the country. Often the show featured special guests who went out of their way to shoot, and sometimes they were tricked with their final shot and produced a big terrifying blast, rigged by the Gunsmoke staff for fun.
How did “American Guns” end?
In December 2012, a 20-year-old, Adam Lanza, shot and killed his mother in Newton, Connecticut. Then he went to the city Sandy Hook Elementary School and shot and killed 20 six- and seven-year-old children and six staff members before committing suicide by shooting themselves in the head.
This horrific massacre sparked discussions about firearms possession and brought with it new controls and legislation banning certain firearms. Although “American Guns” was doing great at that stage and the rating was up 50 percent in season two, Discovery Channel came under pressure and so announced that they were canceling the show and that they won’t be doing it for a long time. would do. third season.
Additionally, Gunsmoke Guns lost its firearms license in April 2012, but apparently continued to trade using another store where their buyers would complete the sale. The ATF (American Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives) raided the store on March 31, 2015 and was closed.
At the time, Rich Wyatt’s YouTube channel, Gunsmoke Guns TV, which launched in February 2014, had over 7,500 subscribers – the last video posted was on May 20, 2015. Although the TV series and store are no longer exist, the number of subscribers has risen to a current number of over 25,000.
Upon further investigation, 54-year-old Rich Wyatt was found guilty of unlicensed firearms trafficking and tax evasion in 2017, and was sentenced to 78 months in prison, followed by a mandatory three-year parole.
What Happened To Paige Wyatt After “American Guns”
Before all this happened, Paige was well on her way to a promising modeling career, although she had caused some controversy with an apparently explicitly sexual video, which she shared as a surprise on her birthday, and is no longer available. She was also active on the now banned Vine videos.
Paige had also appeared in an episode of Trevecca Landa fictional comedy series about college life in Nashville, and also in a feature film special with Rich Wyatt in “Sons of Guns,” called “Top 10 shootings”, which discussed and demonstrated firearms used in American historical events.
However, since the demise of “American Guns”, Paige has completely withdrawn from the public eye and there is absolutely no image or sound of her on any of her social media pages, nor in the news. It seems her mother, Renee, did the same and the only person left in their family is her brother, Kurt Wyatt. He runs his own company as an embossing and remodeling specialist, Wyatt Would Work LLC, and is active in Instagram.
The last photos of Paige modeling were posted in the years 2012 and 2013. It is unknown if Paige has continued her clothing line as no posts have been made on Hughwear Clothing’s clothing line. Twitter or Facebook feed since July 2017. Their facebook page states, “I’m currently taking a break while working on other projects. Don’t worry, Hughwear will be right back!’
What is Paige Wyatt’s net worth?
While working on “American Guns”, Paige earned an estimated annual income of approximately $250,000 and her net worth at the time was in the vicinity of $1 million. Since she has become a mystery, it is impossible to say how much she is currently worth.
The Real Truth About Paige Wyatt’s Marriage
There are many false reports in the media claiming that Paige met Pete Hargis, a coach at A2Z Sports Training, at the OMNIA Nightclub in Las Vegas and that they got married on May 9, 2019 in Phoenix, Arizona. This seems to be a wild rumor as although Paige Hargis may have acquired a slight resemblance to Paige Wyatt in her younger years, a closer look reveals that they are not the same person. Paige Hargis is a real estate agent and her history does not include modeling or acting. So alas, for fans of Paige Wyatt wanting to hear juicy news about her current whereabouts and doings, they’ll be disappointed as this young star seems to have vanished in a cloud of smoke.