Ryan Buell a celebrity, ghost hunter was born in Corry, Pennsylvania, of Native Italian American, and Danish ancestry, and was raised in Sumter, South Carolina. He holds a bachelor degree in journalism and anthropology from Penn State University in State College, Pennsylvania.
Stay with us to know more about Ryan Buell married life. Did he get married to Sergey Poberezhny? find out.
He is the founder of paranormal research society, a group dedicated to helping people who were haunted like he was.Ryan Buell is well known for the appearances he made on the hyped A&E paranormal reality show called “Paranormal State” with his research group members, the Paranormal Research club.
Paranormal state Ryan Buell announced he was a gay and was getting married with Sergey Poberezhny soon. Did they get married?
In Buell’s memoir, Paranormal State: My journey into the unknown, which was released in September 2010, among other subjects discusses his sexuality was coming out clean to announce that he is a bisexual and he struggled to reconcile his sexual belief with Catholicism, the faith with which he was raised.
I have decided to share my sexuality and struggle over faith in hopes that others will no longer feel as though they are alone or that they can’t be religious.’
Just yesterday, Buell announced on his Facebook that he was bisexual ever since 2010 and that has been in a close relationship with Sergey Poberezhny who is also a “Paranormal State” co-star and that both are getting married.
Making this known on his Facebook page, he said, ‘
’Ladies and gentlemen, I’m excited to announce that I am getting married this week at long last. I am proud that I am tying the knot here in State College, PA. And I am proud that we are living in an age of marriage equality. Now if only they’d legalize polygamy. And proton packs.’’
However, there was no further statement as to when and where the marriage will hold, as he doesn’t with his fans on Facebook as much as some other reality TV folks.
This decision, however, did not go down well with his family as it was seen as sacrilegious. Like most, his family also rejected him for being gay, and even his partner nearly committed suicide as a result of the treatment he received from Buell’s family.
His position on sexuality also triggered many reactions from his fans as many congratulated him for coming out clean while others saw him as a scammer and uses diversions like this to cast everyone’s attention from where it should be: having scammed thousands of dollars from fans that purchased ticket for tour, products, etc. that he never fulfilled.
Ryan Buell cancer update
In July 2012, Ryan Buell claimed he had been diagnosed with Pancreatic Cancer. He garnered sympathy from his fans who described him as a nice guy on the planet, as he is a strong supporter of the Gay and Lesbian right having taken personally in the NOH8 campaign.
Ryan Buell took to his Facebook page where he exposed himself to inspire others to stay in their own battles, whatever it may be. In his words,
This shot was taken by Sergey Poberezhny. While I feel that it’s best to let artistic expression be judged by those viewing it, know this: it was both terrifying, humiliating, and liberating all at the same time. There are a few messages to you all in this photo. I love you all and thank you for your support:
To those of us that are currently afflicted, soldier on.
To those whose loved ones feel restricted, soldier on.
To those that fight a battle from inside, soldier on.
To those that share the war outside, solider on.
The family equally abandoned him during this trying period. However, his mother, Shelly Bonavita denied this.
Ryan Buell Net worth, house, cars
In 2017, Ryan Buell’s net worth is estimated to be $1.5 Million. He has landed properties in Pennsylvania and owns a BMW.
Ryan Daniel Buell was born on July 8, 1982, in Corry, Pennsylvania, U.S.A, and attended Pennsylvania State University. He is a Paranormal investigator, author, and producer.
Ryan Buell was arrested in his town, Florence county, southern Carolina, after being sued for theft by the college police, and he said to have used a fake address to rent a car from Hertz Eagle Automotive LLC. Still, I neither paid nor had the vehicle returned.