During Season 8 of Sister Wives, the Brown family took a multi-stop road trip where Kody was invited to go fishing with his friend Ken. Christine was upset with this friend because he told Kody to divorce three of his wives, and she demanded that Kody ask for an apology from him. This angers Kody, and bad feelings ripple through the whole family. Eventually, Kody shifts the blame to Christine’s PMS so they can continue on with their trip.
Author: Violeta Idyll
Sister Wives will be back for at least one more season as Meri and Robyn Brown revealed on Instagram live that they had been filming yesterday for the show. Meri hopped on live to restart her “Fridays With Friends” live stream series with her friend Jen, who runs her B&B in Utah. At first, she didn’t reveal where she was, but her location was soon uncovered when Robyn joined her on camera.
One of the many controversies amongst the Sister Wives‘s Brown family playing out on television right now is the fact that in the fall of 2020 Kody Brown wanted to evict his sons Garrison and Gabe Brown from their mother Janelle’s home because he felt they weren’t following his COVID-19 protocols strictly enough. At the time, Kody was living at his other wife Robyn’s house for the past nine months. Garrison was 22 at the time and staying at his mom’s house while he saved money for a down payment on a house in the competitive Flagstaff market. He’s now realized that goal and closed on a $329k 4-bedroom home.
Noella Bergener is going through a very publicly messy divorce, and things just continue to get more complicated. James left Noella and their son James Jr. this summer and James filed for divorce from Noella in Puerto Rico. She called the Puerto Rican divorce “fraudulent,” but he says that they had established permanent residency there and a judge granted the divorce in December 2020. Now, on Real Housewives of Orange County, Dr. Jen is questioning whether Noella and James were ever married at all. What’s the truth?
RHSLC’s Jen Shah is currently facing fraud charges and she needed immediately needed a $2 million retainer for her lawyer. During this week’s episode of the show, Jen beseeched her mother Charlene to help her pay for these steep legal fees while they met up to make hygiene bags.
A couple of episodes ago on Below Deck Heather Chase was recorded saying the n-word, a racial slur, on camera. She was repeating her castmate Rayna Lindsey, who is black, saying it, but there is no situation where a white person should say this word. Heather did not apologize for it immediately afterwards but later she and deckhand Jake Folger were singing rap lyrics they may have said the word again. Rayna casually brought up that they couldn’t say the word, and pointed out that Heather had said the word earlier. Heather said “sorry” at the time. She later sat down and apologized to Rayna on tonight’s episode after a few days had passed, but Rayna ultimately did not find her apology sincere. Rayna Lindsey appeared last night on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen to address her thoughts and feelings about this difficult situation.
On tonight’s episode of Sister Wives Kody reveals that Christine has an “employee.” He drops this in while talking about how their COVID precautions have an “economic” angle in that some of them have people they work with that could be exposed. This seems to be some sort of retaliation for the fact that Christine outed that he and Robyn had a nanny coming in and out of the home, who Kody called an “employee.” Linking the word “employee” to both situations, especially surrounding COVID protocols, implies that Christine also had someone coming in and out of her home too. It turns out that Christine’s employee does remote work for her MLM businesses and is not a nanny or housekeeper that comes into her home, so it isn’t comparable to Robyn’s employee.
Kody Brown’s slide into utter disharmony with his family continues with Sunday night’s episode of Sister Wives. In the episode, Kody says he wants to evict his sons Garrison and Gabe from Janelle’s house and tries to explain why he’s being so Draconian with his rules: he says he’s going to hate “a bunch of” people in his family if one of them dies from COVID. He then brings up that he thinks one of the reasons Christine hates him is because she thinks he was negligent with Truely when she developed life-threatening kidney failure in 2014.
The divorce of RHOC’s Noella Bergener and her personal injury lawyer husband “Sweet James” Bergener continues to play out on Instagram over the holidays. James started the public interactions with a series of videos posted on Christmas Eve (December 24, 2021.) Noella responded on Christmas Day (December 25, 2021) and followed up a few days later. On December 29, 2021, James posted an “attorney letter” arguing that the Puerto Rican divorce went through because they had established residence there and had planned to live there. Noella has previously alleged that the Puerto Rican divorce is “fraudulent,” but she still hasn’t responded to this letter.
Before Noella Bergener was cast on Real Housewives of Orange County she was best friends with former cast member Braunwyn Windham-Burke. They used to constantly post photos of themselves having fun by themselves and with their families. Now, they aren’t even speaking. What happened between them?
The COVID-19 pandemic has completely decimated the Sister Wives‘ Brown family, not necessarily because of strict precautions and rules but because of a lack of communication, compassion, and commitment to getting creative maintaining relationships. On this week’s episode, the Brown spouses finally got together talked about some of the specific COVID rules that Kody wants everyone to abide by in order for family members to interact. Keep reading for the complete list!
Angie Dodge was raped and stabbed to death when she was 18 years old on June 13, 1996, in Idaho Falls, Idaho. She was found in her bedroom in a horrific state. When a friend of hers was arrested for raping a woman in Nevada at knifepoint, police were quick to turn their attention to him, but was he really innocent of Angie’s murder?