Carol Ann Yager January 26, — July 18, was an American woman who was the heaviest woman ever recorded and one of the most severely obese people in history. Bizarre magazine reported that she was estimated to have been more than 5 feet 1. Shortly before her death, however, she was able to fit through her custom-built 48 inches Yager stated that she had developed an eating disorder as a child in response to being sexually abused by a "close family member,"  although in later interviews, she indicated that there were other contributing factors to her severe obesity. She lived throughout most of her life in Beecher, Michigan , in Mount Morris Township , near Flint , and was cared for in her final years by health care professionals, friends, her daughter Heather and son Stephen Bishop, and other family members, many of whom visited daily.
Meet the woman who wants to become the fattest woman in the world
World's fattest girl, 6, scoffs enough food each week to feed entire village | Daily Mail Online
Firstly, let me say, I am all for body positivity and confidence and believe that everyone should have the freedom to express themselves in whatever way they choose. That being said, this just seems ridiculously unhealthy. This is Monica Riley. Currently weighing 50 Stone, she enlists the help of her boyfriend Sid to pile on the pounds. Monica models on on Super Sized Big Beautiful Woman websites and says that men who fetishize bigger women send her money for food. In return Sid helps her send them provocative images with food.
List of heaviest people
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Standing just 3ft 5ins tall and weighing a staggering 14st 5lbs, this child weighs five times more than she should. Suman Khatun is believed to be one of the world's fattest kids - and eats enough food each week to feed her entire village. Suman, from West Bengal, India, devours two giant plates of rice, two bowls of fried fish, two fried eggs and a couple of omelettes - and that's just for lunch, after two breakfasts of biscuits, bananas, rice and eggs. Always room for more: 14st 5lbs Suman Khatun, 6, tucks into one of the many bowls of eggs and rice that she gets through each day.