Little People star Zach Roloff’s soccer business shut down after dad Matt refuses to sell him $4M family f… – The US Sun

LITTLE People, Big World star Zach Roloff’s soccer business has shut down after his dad Matt refused to sell him his $4million family farm. 
Zach, 32, filed a business license in October 2019 for the United States Dwarf Futbol Association in Oregon. 
He is listed as the registered agent and president of the company. 
The U.S. Sun can exclusively reveal the business is currently inactive as of December 23, 2021. 
According to the Oregon Secretary of State’s website, the business was dissolved by court administration because Zach did not file the annual report for 2022. 
Although Zach, his wife Tori and their children Jackson, 5, Lilah, 3, and Josiah, who they welcomed in April 2022, moved to Washington in October 2021, he has not filed a license for the company in his new home state. 
Zach was very much involved in the United States Dwarf Futbol Association before the license expired.
In early December, he played in a tournament in Columbia with his team. 
He wrote on Instagram: “These tournaments are not just fun but also help elevate the dwarf community’s voice in these countries where disability groups aren’t as recognized still as in say the United States.
"We still have a ways to go in some areas but you realize how far we are ahead once you go to one of these countries."
In September, Zach and his teammates traveled to Mexico for another tournament. 
The Little People, Big World star even ran a soccer tournament in Washington back in July 2022, as his oldest son played as well. 
Zach and his wife, Tori, made the decision to move from their Oregon home to their new $1million abode in Battle Ground, Washington after his dad Matt refused to sell them Roloff Farms.
On Little People, Big World, Matt, 61, refused his son’s offers on the property.
The rejection ignited a rift between the pair, which Zach has talked about on the show.
He said: “The north side is the 30 acres my mom and dad shared, and the whole thing was weird, he starts making excuses… suddenly me and my wife are not good enough to run the farm.
“Whether we don't have the money, don't have the skillset."
The argument has further caused a divide among the family, as Zach opted to take a step back from his duties at the farm.
The TLC star's twin brother, Jeremy, made a similar move as he purchased his own farm with his wife, Audrey.
Jeremy, 32, previously put in an offer on the property, which Matt also did not accept.
Audrey wrote on Instagram around that time, saying that not buying the farm was the “death of a dream.”
Fans suspected at one point that Matt and his ex-wife Amy’s youngest son Jacob will take over the farm, as he is photographed there often working alongside his father. 
Zach underwent emergency brain surgery earlier this month.  
Zach had shunt revision. A shunt is a hollow tube surgically placed in the brain – sometimes in the spine – that helps drain cerebrospinal fluid and redirects "it to another location in the body where it can be reabsorbed," according to John Hopkins Medicine.
Shunt procedures address the pressure on the brain – which could be caused by hydrocephalus – and assist with relieving many symptoms, such as gait difficulty, mild dementia, and lack of bladder control.
Zach is home and recovering, as he went on a family outing over the weekend.
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