Category: Dimitri Snowden

SEEKING SISTER WIFE Dimitri Snowden may be homeless; where is Ashley?

In an email leaked to Reddit by someone who Seeking Sister Wives star Dimitri Snowden may owe money to, a sender going by the name Dimitri Snowden says he is currently homeless and asks the lender if there is any kind of work he could possibly do for them to repay his debt, including working on a farm or any other type of manual labor.

SEEKING SISTER WIFE Christeline’s wedding to the Snowdens

Tonight’s new episode of Seeking Sister Wife shows the intimate wedding Chrissy has with the Snowdens only one week after Dimitri surprised proposed to her. Because of COVID the event was lowkey and homey, unlike the more elaborate affair the family had with Vanessa Cobbs. The situation was more complicated, however, because it didn’t work out and now Chrissy has to through a legal divorce.

   

Seeking Sister Wife update on Chrissy and her kids after Snowden abuse allegations, divorce filing

Seeking Sister Wife star Christeline Petersen speaks out for the first time after filing restraining orders against Ashley and Dimitri Snowden for alleged abuse back in March. In addition to thanking everyone for their support, including a successful GoFundMe campaign, Chrissy reveals that she and her two daughters are “doing okay for now.” The three have reportedly been in hiding since leaving the Snowdens in March.

SEEKING SISTER WIFE How Dimitri proposed to Chrissy

Tonight’s episode of Seeking Sister Wife includes the ill-fated proposal of Dimitri Snowden to Christeline “Chrissy” Peterson. For the proposal, the pair hit the town for their second date since knowing each other, although they have spent quite a bit of time together in the same house due to COVID. Dimitri blindfolds Chrissy for their date, and drives her around L.A. to confuse her. The end destination is back home, where Ashley and their children have decorated the backyard with lights and flowers.

   

SEEKING SISTER WIFE Religion & Beliefs: Why are the Snowdens polygamists?

In the United States, the religious practice of polygynous (a.k.a one man and mulitple women) polygamy is mostly associated with Fundamentalist Mormons. Only one the family on the current season of TLC’s Seeking Sister Wives fits into that belief system (the Winders,) but many of the couples on the show over the years mention religion and spirituality as motivation for what they choose to do. The Snowdens, however, are an exception. Although they are spiritual, and seem to have a lot of spiritual practices, they are clear that they do not practice polygamy for religious reasons.

SEEKING SISTER WIFE Ashley Snowden’s pre-sex 21-day alkaline pH detox diet

In season two of Seeking Sister Wife the Snowdens asked their potential new wife Vanessa, who likes her red meat, to go through a 21-day alkaline “detox” diet before being intimate with Dimitri for the first time.

Vanessa did go through the challenging diet and even married Dimitri in a lavish ceremony, but by season three, Vanessa had left the family to live in Australia with her sister. The new prospective wives, Taylor and Crystalline, were asked to undergo the same three-week regimen. According to Ashely, this highly restrictive vegan diet will align the pH balance of other women with hers so no one will get a yeast infection while they share a man.

   

SEEKING SISTER WIFE Ariadne launches GoFundMe for Christeline and her daughters

Seeking Sister Wife star Christeline Petersen is reportedly in hiding with her two daughters after she left her estranged sister wife Ashley Snowden and estranged husband Dimitri Snowden amidst allegations of abuse against them both. She and her daughters came to the United States from South Africa last year, and they are reportedly having a very difficult time while in hiding. Fortunately for Christeline, an actual sisterhood is forming between other former wives of the Snowdens, and they are working together to promote a GoFundMe campaign in hopes of getting Christeline and her daughters some much needed financial assistance.