Sister Wives star Kody Brown reportedly has $1,000 in back taxes on the Flagstaff, Arizona home he shares with his fourth wife Robyn Brown, and the family can’t afford to build on the vacant land they bought in 2018. Lately, it’s been a whirlwind for the polygamous family, with Janelle’s home currently for sale, Meri and Christine Brown having difficulties with Kody Brown, taxes piling up, and now financial instability.
Sister Wives: Robyn And Kody Owe $1K In Property Taxes On Their Flagstaff, Arizona Home
The Sun reported that the 53-year-old reality star owes $1,058.31 in property taxes, which includes interest, on the home he shares with his fourth wife Robyn Brown, 42. The house was bought by Kody Brown and Robyn Brown in 2019 for the hefty price of $890,000. According to Arizona state court records, Kody Brown missed two tax bills on the house. When the couple made the decision on the hefty price tag for the 5-bedroom home, they faced marital difficulties that nearly ended their then-marriage.
The couple’s house, where they were living at the time, went on the market, forcing the couple to look for a new home. Robyn Brown didn’t want to buy the house, reasoning that the purchase would prevent the family from building on their land, which they bought in 2018.
Kody Brown at the time, irrational as he always is, threatened to end his marriage to Robyn Brown, which finally forced Robyn to give in and they bought the house. The missed tax bills are linked to the family’s recent financial instability.
When Kody Brown and his four wives, Meri, Janelle, Christine, and Robyn, bought the land called Coyote Pass in 2018, they did so with the hope of building either one large home to accommodate a large family or four separate homes.
Christine is adamantly opposed to putting the whole family under one roof, claiming she doesn’t want to share her three ‘sister-wife’ homes. “In the last season of ‘Sister Wives’, the family struggled to live in four separate homes miles apart.