Sister Wives: Kody Decision Leaves Christine In Massive Debt

Sister Wives: Kody Decision Leaves Christine In Massive Debt

Sister Wives star Kody explained how fear drove him to a bad decision, which he plans never to repeat. The outcome of Kody Brown’s medical/financial gamble years ago cost Christine a lot of money. It’s such a large amount of money that she may have to pay for it for the rest of her life. Today’s followers of Sister Wives know that Ysabel Brown will face scoliosis surgery within a week or two. This prompted Christine Brown to start a fundraiser a while back, which gave her some nonsense from the fans. Mainly because Kody wasn’t heard of this.

Sister Wives: Kody Decision Leaves Christine In Massive Debt

Kody Brown’sthird wife, Christine, pushed her clothing line, and told Sister Wives potential buyers that every purchase goes to this operation for her daughter. Apparently, her health insurance covered some of the procedures, but Christine Brown had to pay $50,000 for the bill.

This brought back memories of a $450,000 bill that this Sister Wives’s mother left when Truely Brown fell ill years ago. Without a legal marriage, Christine’s bills are not necessarily Kody’s bills by law.

Also, putting all of Kody’s children on his insurance plan at work was a risky business before they came out as a polygamous family. When the Sister Wives family first graced the screen, they also told the world that Kody’s family consists of three women.

When the series first came out, Robyn was still courting. But at the end of the first season, Kody Brown had four wives. Until the TLC reality series was broadcast, they kept their lifestyle as quiet as possible.

When fans heard about Christine Brown’s major debt they became furious. Kody took Robyn Brown as his fourth wife in 2010. She had been Kody Brown’s wife for four years when then three-year-old Truely fell ill. This left fans of the Sister Wives series wondering what was going on. Kody Brown divorced Meri Brown to legally marry Robyn Brown. He adopted her children to put them on his health plan. Yet 3-year-old Truely, his biological daughter, had no insurance. Again, Kody blamed the fear, but they were living in Vegas when his daughter fell ill.

Kody Brown claims he couldn’t put his entire ‘Sister Wives’ brood on this plan without drawing attention to his polygamous lifestyle. As the fans remember, they had to flee Utah for fear of persecution, because polygamy in that state was against the law at the time.

But they moved to Vegas in 2011. So, the fear factor decreased by that time. They then had a few seasons behind them and Vegas worked well for their lifestyle.


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