For years now Kody has let Meri know that he doesn’t have a romantic relationship with her and doesn’t plan to ever have one. He has also told the Sister Wives audience that he doesn’t consider himself married to Meri and wouldn’t mind if she found a husband. This hasn’t inspired Meri to leave. With Janelle, however, Kody has seemed to been pushing her away. In next week’s episode he gets a little more direct with her.
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The entanglements of the Sister Wives Brown family finances continue to be brought to light as the family unravels before our eyes. Last week we learned that Janelle Brown gave half of her proceeds from the sale of her Las Vegas home to help Robyn buy her current home. This week we learned that Meri gave all of the money she made from the sale of her Vegas house to Robyn for her house.
In the episode of Sister Wives airing tonight titled “The Knife in the Kidneys,” Janelle reveals some information about her financial situation in the family that great impacts her personal freedom and ability to divorce Kody if she wants to. Janelle owns no home of her own, yet she used her own money to help Robyn buy her $900,000 house.
And then there were two?
Kody Brown and Christine Brown’s child Gwendlyn Brown went live on her friend Sarah’s TikTok account on Monday where they answered LOTS of questions asked by Sister Wives fans and spoke about why Kody didn’t sit next to Janelle at their son Logan’s wedding.
They also implied that the only three left “together” are Robyn, Meri and Kody. There are now mounting hints that Janelle may have already left Kody, but she still may be building on Coyote Pass.
On tonight’s episode of Sister Wives, Christine Brown announces to Kody and her former sister wives that she has a buyer under contract on her Flagstaff home and she plans to move to Utah the following week. The sale of the property seemed like a great opportunity to expand our Sister Wives real estate coverage by doing a deep dive on Christine’s Flagstaff house!
At the end of Episode 9 of Season 18 of Sister Wives, which airs tonight, Christine tells Kody, Robyn, Meri, and Janelle that she has sold her house and is leaving in a week. Janelle is happy for Christine, but Robyn is triggered and reads something into the situation that inadvertently reveals the truth of the situation that she’s always unwilling to admit.
Sister Wives dad Kody Brown mentions that he and his friend Brian have been in business for seven years, and in tonight’s episode they film a scene together in a truck soon after attending a “sportsmen show” in Reno, Nevada. So, what kind of business is it that Kody and Brian are in?
Season 17, Episode 7 of Sister Wives shows Kody driving out of state to officiate a friend’s wedding. He’s tasked with writing the couple’s vows, but finds himself drawing a blank because he’s so hung up over Christine leaving him. Kody seems keyed up and unhinged the entire time and even considers talking his friend out of getting married.
We continue our thorough Sister Wives real estate coverage with a look at the financial numbers for Robyn Brown’s house — aka Brownton Abbey. The post includes details on both of the couple’s mortgages on the property as well as both both home equity lines of credit
On this week’s episode of Sister Wives, the Brown family took a tour of Janelle’s new RV. Kody and Robyn were borderline appalled at the notion of Kody living with Janelle in the “tiny” camper. “The contrast I’ll be living in between Janelle’s house and Robyn’s house is going to be so significant!” Kody says while chuckling during a confessional. “I get my exercise going up and down the stairs and down the hallway at Robyn’s house. I’m gonna come in here and sit down and not be able to move my elbows!”
So, how big is Robyn’s house?!
For a while in the Brown family’s plural marriage sister wives Meri and Christine were best friends, at least on a surface level. Over a decade into the marriage, however, the women had a world-shattering conflict over how Meri treated Christine’s children. After that, their relationship was never the same.
The Brown family from Sister Wives say that they are unable to build on their Coyote Pass property until they pay off all the lots and re-align the property lines the way they want. So, how much do they still owe on the land?