We’ve been telling you local Mormons in the Brown’s town of Lehi, Utah are completely divided, but new reports suggest Kody is taking big heat from community leaders.
Kody Brown might be regretting his decision to air his multi-wife lifestyle on a reality TV show. The star of TLC’s Sister Wives is at the center of a polygamy investigation in Lehi, Utah, where he currently resides with his four wives and sixteen children. It turns out Kody approached his Utah church “community leader” before starting to film the seven part documentary series, but TMZ reports Kody did not get his blessing.
It turns out Sister Wives depicts Kody and his wives exactly as they are. The childrens’ former teachers tell us Kody is a dedicated husband and his kids are really happy!
Even though Kody Brown and his family appear to be incredibly well adjusted on TLC’s docu-series Sister Wives, many people are still skeptical. But now a husband and wife in the Brown’s hometown of Lehi, Utah, tell HollywoodLife.com that Kody, his wives, and their 16 children couldn’t be happier with their polygamist lifestyle.
Religious law dictates that Janelle and Christine would not be able to see their children following their divorce, but a legal expert tells us that would not be the case at all under the law!
A new and somewhat darker side of the polygamous Brown family is beginning to show according to new reports that claim Kody Brown‘s second and third wives, Janelle and Christine, want out of their marriage but would be forced to leave their children!
Most Americans couldn’t imagine living with and supporting three spouses, a fiancée and 16 children — but somehow polygamist Kody Brown does it with a smile. How can he afford to keep up his multi-marriage lifestyle?
It’s kind of creepy to think about marrying a man who already has three wives and more than dozen children, but somehow Kody Brown and his brood — the stars of TLC’s new reality show Sister Wives — relish their lifestyle. Sources close to the family tell HollywoodLife.com Kody cuts a ton of corners to keep his family living in what appears to be the lap of luxury!
Reality TV has become dominated by offbeat families these days, be it giant broods of children, multiple wives, teen moms, or just plain old loud and proud ‘Real Housewives!’ Who do you think is the craziest of the bunch?
If anything can be learned from new shows like Sister Wives and Raising Sextuplets or returning favorites like The Real Housewives of Atlanta and Kate Plus 8, it is that family dynamics are now dominating the reality television scene. If anyone wonders why, they need look no further than the wildly eclectic, and controversial, families featured! But who gets your vote for the kookiest clan?
Kody Brown and his four wives have made a “lifestyle” choice to be a polygamist family, but their 16 children have no choice in the matter and they are innocent victims of this bizarre arrangement.
No matter how “awesome,” Kody believes his family is, it’s NOT an awesome situation for his children.
First of all, no matter how protected the Brown family is in their enclave in Lehi, Utah, they are still part of a larger world, here in the U.S. and 99.9999% of the children in this country are not growing up in polygamist families.
Now that Utah police are investigating Sister Wives‘ Brown family on suspicion of bigamy, experts tell HollyBaby.com that Kody Brown and his four wives should be ashamed of themselves for causing serious damage to their kids.
Have you seen the commercials for TLC’s new series Sister Wives? The promo asks us to “rethink marriage.” But relationship expert Dr. Gilda Carle tells HollyBaby.com that 41-year-old Kody Brown and his four wives — Meri, 39, Janelle, 40, Christine, 37, and Robyn, 31 — should have thought seriously about the effects of exposing their 16 children to criticism and ridicule from millions of viewers. Be honest HollyMoms, were you among the 2.3 million who tuned in to the Sept. 26 premiere? “This is a very unhealthy situation to raise children in,” Dr. Carle tells HollyBaby.com.
On TLC’s Sister Wives, the Brown family appears to be a happy, functioning example of polygamy — but our expert explains the real dangers of a polygamous lifestyle!
If you’re like most people, you probably don’t know a ton about polygamy; you might even think it’s legal in some states. After watching the Sept. 26 season premiere of TLC’s new reality show, Sister Wives, I was shocked to see four happy women living under one roof, sharing one man [Kody Brown], with seemingly little problems. Wondering if this wasn’t the most accurate representation of life in a polygamist family, I decided to do some digging.
Utah police are investigating the Brown family on suspicion of polygamy, but TLC tells HollywoodLife.com this will NOT cause them to cancel the show!
The star of TLC’s Sister Wives, 41-year-old Kody Brown, could be thrown in jail if he’s found guilty of practicing polygamy in his hometown of Lehi, Utah. But even if the husband with four wives is put behind bars, TLC won’t pull the show. Read More!
Kody Brown, ‘husband’ of four dopey women and father of 13, and the star of TLC’s new ‘Sister Wives’ show, is such a cute, friendly huggy-bear of a man, you can absolutely see how he could convince self-esteem-less women to feel lucky to join his harem. Kody, 42, looks and sounds like a totally “awesome”…
Kody Brown, a fundamentalist Mormon father of 13, and his three (soon to be four) wives are putting their polygamous family on display in the new show Sister Wives. Many people are outraged over the new show, but at HollyBaby.com we can’t help but wonder if this kind of lifestyle is really healthy for the kids.
On the outside, Kody Brown — the star of TLC’s new reality show Sister Wives (premiering Sept. 26) — seems like a regular Joe. When he’s not working as a salesman, he enjoys spending time with his kids and playing with his dog in the yard. But there is one big thing that sets him apart from most other fathers. He’s got THREE wives. After being married to Meri, 39, Janelle, 40, and Christine, 37, for the past 16 years, he’s now looking to bring a younger woman, Robyn, 31, into the family, much to the other ladies dismay. How are Robyn’s three children from a previous marriage going to adjust to their new life with multiple mommies? According to relationship expert Dr. Gilda Carle, Robyn’s kids are likely to have a hard time adjusting to their new life. “They are about to be upstaged by a bunch of children they don’t even know,” she tells HollyBaby.com. “Going from a small family to a giant one is overwhelming, They’re in for a lot of culture shock.”
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