Sister Wives: The Family Is ‘Drowning’ Financially

Sister Wives: The Family Is 'Drowning' Financially

Sister Wives star Kody Brown owes $3,118.51 in taxes on his home and land in Arizona, while the family is struggling financially.

The Sun can only reveal Kody Brown, 51, is $953.97, which includes interest, in taxes on the five bedroom, four bathroom $890,000 home he shared with fourth wife Robyn Brown.

The Sister Wives patriarch also owes $2,164.54, which includes interest, on one plot of land called Pas Coyote. Both tax payments were due on December 31, 2020, according to the Arizona Treasurer’s Office.

Taxes on Kody Brown’s land with Robyn Brown and a second plot of Coyote Pass are due on May 3. He is aware of the taxes for the last two properties of the Coyote Pass.

Sister Wives: The Family Is ‘Drowning’ Financially

This is not the first time Kody Brown has missed his tax payments, as The Sun reported that he missed the first half of the accounts on the same two properties in November. The tax debt comes amidst the Brown family’s money problems.

As The Sun reported, Kody Brown dropped $1.8 million on homes and land, including $820,000 on vacant property called Coyote Pass that is to be eventually divided into four lots to build.

The family struggled to sell their four Sin City abodes, which were located in a cul-de-sac, as the houses eventually sold for thousands below their asking price.

Christine Brown said about the most recent season of Sister Wives: “Financially, we’re drowning.” Kody Brown added: “Basically, we pay four, not five mortgages with the Coyote Pass property.

Kody and Robyn Brown even applied for a $150,000 loan on March 20, 2020 for their house, which was previously approved, The Sun. The Sun reported that Kody Brown even transferred the three-bedroom, three-bathroom home he shared with Christine Brown, to her.

The wives have been helping out the family financially. Christine Brown held several Facebook Live sales a day to sell LuLaRoe clothes. She also posts ads for mascara, LIV health products and more on her Instagram page.

As for first wife Meri Brown, she also sells LuLaRoe clothes and owns successful bed and breakfast Lizzie’s Heritage Inn in Utah.

As for second wife Janelle Brown, she owns the health company Strive by Janelle and recently offered her health coaching services to followers. Janelle Brown also launched a Cameo page, where she charges $30 for personalized video messages, while Christine charges $35.

Written by Sarah Milner

Sarah Milner is a freelance writer for over 5 years.


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