When fans tuned into “My 600-LB Life” Season 8 on Wednesday night, they met 24-year-old Ashley Taylor. While viewers weren’t told her weight at the beginning of the episode, at her final weigh-in, Ashley was 469 pounds.

According to an update, it appears Ashley wants to continue her weight loss journey, however, it may prove to be a challenging task.

During her episode of “My 600-LB Life,” Ashley revealed that she has struggled with her weight since she was 3 years old and suffers from a borderline personality disorder. When Ashley was a child, her father left their family, and she was later raped by a neighbor.

Along with suffering from the traumatic experience, Ashley lived in constant fear that her mother would die. As a result, she sought comfort in food and picked up other bad habits. During her episode, Ashley admitted that she would catfish people online and create fake social media accounts.

However, Ashley realized that her decisions were unacceptable, and she needed to change her ways. “I need to change everything from my food to my profiles, and my catfishing to meet people,” she said.

“I recently got caught impersonating someone on the internet, and I hope people know that I never meant to hurt anyone, that was never my intention. Had I known that it was going to get out of control like this I would have never done it.”

Ashley eventually traveled to Houston to join Dr. Nowzarden’s weight loss program. However, she quickly realized that the creative lies she used to fool people online, wouldn’t work on Dr. Now.

At her final weigh-in, Ashley was 469 pounds, which means she was not approved for gastric bypass surgery. Although she missed her chance to receive the surgery, Ashley appeared determined to lose enough weight so she could become a candidate for the procedure.

“I’m proud of all that I’ve already been able to accomplish so far,” Ashley said at the end of the episode.

“I’m not gonna give up, and I’m not gonna fail at this, because there’s a future out there that was supposed to be mine, to begin with, and I gave it up to food and to other things that have kept me from it. So, I’m fighting to get back what’s mine.”

“My 600-LB Life” airs Wednesdays at 8 p.m. EDT on TLC.