Meri Brown of Sister Wives opens up about her new landlord’s prejudice against her plural family. The Brown family is no stranger to standing up for their lifestyle as many disagree with how they chose to live their lives. However, it still shocked Meri when the situation occurred regarding a new landlord when she was living in the house alone and without the other wives.
The seldom-seen world of a polygamist family is documented in TLC’s hit show Sister Wives. The show follows around alpha husband Kody Brown and his four wives with their combined 18 children. The family was forced out of Utah due to strict laws and now are trying to live as a family in a society that looks down on their lifestyle. After they decided to move out of Las Vegas, they just moved to Flagstaff, Arizona, where they will start all over again. However, there are enough obstacles, because the women will live in four different houses in the same city instead of in the same street, which will only prolong Kody’s time.
First wife, Meri Brown opened up recently in an exclusive clip from his upcoming season, obtained by Us Weekly about how she may be kicked out of her rental house due to her religious beliefs and lifestyle. According to the reality star, her neighbor approached her landlord to inform her that she was part of a multiple marriage. According to Meri Brown, the first remark that came out of her landlord’s mouth was that she was beginning to guess that she had rented the house to her.
The 48-year-old shares her husband Kody Brown with Janelle Brown, Christine Brown, and Robyn Brown who all refer to one another as sister wives. During a sneak peek of the premiere episode, Meri went on to say that her landlord asked her to consider leaving the house and not renting from her. Although Kody and Meri have not been on the same wavelength lately, he quickly defended her by saying that the family had been very open with the owner of the house and that they had told her everything.
Even though the family claims that the landlord knew that they would be filming at the house by the end of the conversation the landlord still felt as if she needed to rethink her decision to rent. Even if the landlord would like Meri Brown to move the two signed a contract, so it would be up to the family if they chose to break the lease. Fans of the family and Sister Women feel that the large family should not give in because it would recognize that the life they lead is wrong. Meri ends her conversation by saying that the landlord pestered her to leave and that she doesn’t want to give in to that kind of unfriendly pressure.