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Sister Wives family appeal polygamy ruling to Supreme Court

The Brown family from the hit reality TV show Sister Wives has filed an appeal with the United States Supreme Court to hear their case for legalizing polygamy. Family patriarch Kody Brown is legally married to Meri and cohabitates with his other three wives, Janelle, Christine and Robyn. In April an appeals court upheld a unique provision in Utah’s law that restricts this practice. This action overturned a previous decision in which a court ruled the Utah law violated the Brown’s rights to religious freedom and privacy.

PHOTOS Sister Wives’ Mykelti Brown engaged to Tony Padron

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Sister Wives patriarch Kody Brown and his four wives have 18 kids and counting, the older of which are becoming adults — which means lots of college tuition, and lots of weddings and engagements! The latest to make her wedding plans official is Kody and Christine’s daughter Mykelti Brown, whose now-fiance Anotnio Padron proposed to her while the two were on a recent hike in Utah. Keep reading for all the details!

Sister Wives Meri Brown catfish Samuel Cooper

SISTER WIVES Meri Brown catfish Sam update: more voicemails, second book, interview for potential movie…

While Sister Wives star Meri Brown continues to share her heartbreak after an emotional affair with a man she says was actually a woman, the hardest working man/woman in catfishness continues to hustle for all the attention he/she can garner from their relationship! Keep reading for all the latest from Meri’s lover Samuel Cooper (aka aka Jacquelyn “Jackie” Overton), which includes more voicemails from Meri, a second book, and an interview with screenwriters for what I assume is a potential movie deal?

Sister Wives polygamy lawsuit ruling overturned, could be headed to Supreme Court

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Sister Wives star Kody Brown and his family have suffered a huge setback in their lawsuit against the state of Utah as a Federal Appeals Court has overturned a previous U.S. District Court ruling in the Brown’s favor, a ruling that had all but legalized polygamy in the state of Utah. Keep reading for a synopsis of the Court’s opinion as well as the response from the Brown’s lead counsel indicating they plan to appeal — probably to the U.S. Supreme Court!