Sister Wives star Meri Brown appears to pay a huge price today for Kody Brown‘s idealistic vision that left her stuck in a revolving door. It started with last year’s quick move to Flagstaff under the direction of Kody.
It seems the Kody Brown family either rolled into town under a cloud of bad luck or the year was booming for landlords selling their rental properties. Either way, the Sister Wives clan is anything but settled these days. That goes three times for Meri Brown.
Sister Wives: Meri Brown Pays the Price of Kody Brown’s Poor Planning?
On this coming Sunday night’s Sister Wives show, Meri Brown drops a bombshell about her housing problems. But she’s not the only one who is feeling close to homeless today out of her co-wives.
When Kody Brown moved his clan to Flagstaff, he thought it was a place where their Sister Wives lifestyle was welcomed. Meri Brown was first to find a problem when her neighbors protested a Sister Wives family member living next door. But the neighbor didn’t speak for all the town. Still, Meri’s landlord asked her to leave and she did.
This was right after Kody and his family first moved to Flagstaff so Meri returned back to her vacant Vegas home for a while. She remained alone in the Sister Wives family’s cul-da-sac as the rest of the family lived in Flagstaff. Then Meri found another rather elaborate home in Flagstaff. So, she moved her household into the new rental home.
Kody Brown and His Wives Digest the News and Dinner
So far Meri moved from Vegas to Flagstaff, then back to Vegas. Soon she returned to a new Flagstaff rental home. This time the home was so luxurious that it came with an elevator for the Sister Wives original matriarch.
While it looked as if Kody’s wife Meri Brown was settled until Coyote Pass was built, the bottom fell out again. On Sunday’s new Sister Wives episode, Meri informs her co-wives and shared husband that she’s out of her rental home once again.
The scene is a dinner party but Kody Brown, Meri Brown, Christine Brown, and Janelle Brown don’t eat at a table. No, instead they spread out a blanket and have what looks like pizza on their Coyote Pass land. The scene’s relaxed and friendly but that’s just the calm before the big Sister Wives storm.
A huge fight, one unlike they’ve ever had before, breaks out as the wives eat pizza and gaze over the land. It looks like while they talk about where they’d like their four individual houses built, they explode into a battle. There seems to be some prime property that a few of the wives want but only one can have.
Sister Wives: Landlords In Hurry to Sell?
It seems the landlord is selling the house in Flagstaff that Meri lives in so they won’t renew her lease. As Kody Brown and his four wives sit at Coyote Pass on the new episode of Sister Wives, they have a picnic dinner. This is when the two wives, Robyn Brown and Meri Brown, offer this bad news… they have nowhere to live.
Robyn Brown already told Kody and the other wives that she has to move. But now the bad news is she’s had no luck finding a rental home. This makes two moves for Robyn and three for Meri since arriving in town. What’s even worse, neither of the two has another place in line to call home.
While the Sister Wives adults still seem somewhat in transition today with all this moving, fans chime in. Many of the Sister Wives enthusiasts point the finger at Kody Brown for bad planning with this move.
Fans have called out Kody in the past for what they perceive as moving too quickly with this relocation. Even his grown children questioned this Sister Wives move’s urgency. Instead of selling their Vegas homes first to invest in their Coyote Pass building plans, it’s almost as if they went backward.
Tune into TLC Sunday night at 8 pm EST to catch the family’s picnic diner with a few eruptions in between.
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