During Episode 4 of Season 18 of Sister Wives Kody Brown explained that while he “courted” both Meri and Robyn before he married them, Christine and Janelle were the ones who asked to be in the plural family. Because of this, he says these two now ex-wives had “special requirements” from him. In a social media post, Christine took a dig at Kody’s special requirements.
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On Episode 1 of Season 5 of Love After Lockup, we learn Sharae and Anthony, both 34 from Schenectady, NY, have been deceiving Sharae’s family by pretending to be married while Anthony served time for burgalry. Not only did they fabricate their marriage, but Sharae even went to the extent of obtaining a fake marriage certificate.
Sharae tells her friend during a phone call, “The entire family believes that Ant and I are legally married.”
In Season 18, Episode 4 of Sister Wives (titled “A Deal With the Devil,”) Kody Brown opened up about some disturbing thoughts he’s having, and viewers of the show are worried. Even his friend Nathan is worried about any of the wives that would remain with Kody.
During Episode 2, Season 5 of Welcome to Plathville Moriah is having lunch with her dad while sitting in a trunk when he brings up the fact that he can’t find her song “Missed Myself” online. That’s when Moriah claimed that her sister-in-law Olivia had uploaded the music on her own account and then deleted it. She also claims that Olivia kept all the proceeds from the song.
Jill Duggar has just released a memoir titled Counting the Cost (affiliate link) about her tumultuous childhood, where she experienced sexual, religious, and financial abuse as she grew up on television. In an excerpt from the book shared with People, Jill accuses her father of treating her “worse than my pedophile brother.”
Apparently, “sacred loneliness” isn’t just another term Kody has made up on the fly.
Sacred Loneliness is the title of a 1997 book by Todd Compton about Mormonism Joseph Smith’s 33 wives and the troubled lives they led.
Despite living in the same city and having children with the same man, Grimes and Shivon have never met each others children. In a tweet reply to Walter Isaacson Grimes revealed that she had not even been allowed to see photos of Shivons twins, Strider and Azure, until the photos from the book started coming out in the press.
41-year-old Ruby Franke, who once ran a popular family YouTube channel called “8 Passengers,” is being charged with 6 counts of felony child abuse after one of her four minor children escaped from her business partner Jodi Hildebrandt’s home malnourished and injured. Both Ruby and Jodi have been arrested and charged. Now, Ruby’s the one accusing her children of abuse.
Grimes has tweeted and deleted a worrisome message that Elon Musk is keeping her from seeing their son.
Christine Brown’s wedding to David Woolley will happen very soon!
The Welcome to Plathville doesn’t seem to be short on drama for its upcoming Season 5. Since Season 4 aired, matriarch Kim Plath got a DUI, Barry Plath got ripped, Olivia Plath’s brother died, Olivia and Ethan moved to Minnesota, and they are now getting divorced.
Now that Olivia and Ethan are no longer together, Ethan’s family is grappling with the aftermath of this ill-fated young marriage that caused a great deal of turmoil in the family. In a new preview clip shared with People, Ethan’s family takes inventory of Olivia’s actions.
For years, the Brown family of Sister Wives has navigated strained relationships, but the challenges brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic and Christine Brown’s subsequent choice to divorce Kody have deepened those divides among family members. In a shocking revelation during Season 18, the family says that a group text spiraled out of control, potentially causing an irreparable rift between Robyn’s children and the rest of the Brown clan. So, what exactly went down in that fateful group chat?