A year ago, the city had to come to Rhonda's house and completely clean it out. So why was she on "Hoarding: Buried Alive" a year later? Clearly, she has a problem she simply can't control on her own. Psychologist Rebecca Beaton was called in to help, and was surprised by one bizarre item in the house.
"I noticed that we were standing on dog ‘pee pads’ as she called them and I asked her about them and she said they were actually cadaver pads used to transport dead bodies to funeral homes," Beaton said in a confessional.
Beaton told Rhonda that her dog deserved better than cadaver pads. Especially when Rhonda admitted that dead people had actually been on those pads that were lying on the floor.
After six weeks of work, Rhonda did manage to get her house cleaned again -- and a more sanitary solution for her dog's sanitary needs. She promised that she would do her best to keep it clean this time. Hopefully, she can keep her word or she might be back on the show at this time next season.
See more shocking discoveries on "Hoarding: Buried Alive," Wednesdays at 9 p.m. EST on TLC.
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