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.
Author: Violeta Idyll
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?
Nicole James was friends with Heather Dubrow for six years without telling her that she once sued Heather’s husband Terry Dubrow over a breast surgery. The secret came out when Shannon Beador, who had been an acquaintance of Nicole back when the lawsuit was happening, gossiped to Emily Simpson and Gina Kirschenheiter about it. Gina then told Heather about the lawsuit at a lavish $36,000 sushi party that got shut down early because of all the drama. Heather was furious with Shannon over this, but does she harbor any hurt feelings toward Nicole?
The documentation of Noella Bergener’s stressful and shocking divorce will continue with tonight’s episode of Real Housewives of Orange County, and Noella is sharing new information about how the divorce is still stagnant months later. “Sweet” James Bergener hasn’t seen his son with Noella, James Jr., in 5 months and has even fled California to avoid legal service. He still has Noella cut off financially and refuses to give her answers about the divorce. Right before he left Noella, she had found out about his almost $6 million tax debt through gossip websites and was trying to find a way to pay it.
On Real Housewives: Ultimate Girls Trip, Ramona Singer made it clear that she thought Teresa Giudice had low intelligence and didn’t want to associate with her because of this opinion of her. At the very beginning, she compared her to the Scarecrow from the Wizard of Oz, insinuating that she didn’t have a brain. What Ramona didn’t seem to realize about her reference is that the Scarecrow was smart the whole time, he just suffered from low self-confidence. Still, she learned the lesson just the same by talking to Teresa and realizing that she not only is a New York Times bestselling author, but she used to have the same job Ramona used to have (and speaks about often:) a buyer for Macy’s in NYC.
In the past two seasons of Sister Wives Kody Brown has been very open about his lack of affection, or even friendship, with his first wife Meri Brown. He was pretty direct with her on their 30th wedding anniversar. In the latest episode, Meri revealed that Kody had finally told her that they are “just friends” and let her know that there was no hope to repair their broken relationship. Still, Meri is persistent in staying in the spiritual marriage and the family. “I’m not going anywhere, y’all,” she says. “You’re stuck with me.”
“You have a nanny over. She’s over all the time. I don’t understand why Ysabel can’t come over and hang out. She’s devastated,” Christine tells Kody in a preview for next week’s Sister Wives. In interview, Christine pointedly asks “What does the nanny do?”
On the last episode of Real Housewives of Orange County (Season 16, Episode 3 “Gone Guy,”) Nicole James comforted Noella Bergener when she was going through a difficult time with her husband by sharing that she was “going through a divorce.” Not much is known about Nicole’s divorce, and she doesn’t seem to be opening up about it onscreen the way Noella is. What is known is that her ex is a man named Roman James.