The unraveling relationships in TLC’s Sister Wives have fans caught up in a riveting debate: What will happen to Coyote Pass? We’ve seen Christine Brown make her exit, but the fate of this much-discussed property seems just as tangled as Kody Brown’s romantic life. So, who really owns Coyote Pass? And more importantly, are Meri and Janelle holding on to their share of the land?
According to theworldnewsdaily, the plot at Coyote Pass is divided into five different lots. Each of the Sister Wives – Meri, Janelle, Robyn and at one point Christine – had a stake in this dream community, along with Kody. But dig a little deeper, and you’ll find that the situation is far from simple.
Robyn Brown, Kody’s fourth and current wife, actually owns the lion’s share with 52%. Janelle is second with 32%, while Meri has only 15%. Sounds simple, right? Not so fast! Kody’s name is attached to each lot, making him essentially the 100% owner. These lots are also co-owned by at least one of the women, making it impossible for any of them to claim any ownership. This makes you wonder, with marriages on the rocks, who could leave with what?
Sister Wives: The Dilemma of Janelle Brown
In a recent episode, Janelle Brown opened up and called herself “stupid” for being 50 years old and owning nothing. She can’t just sell her share like Christine did with her house because she, well, technically owns nothing exclusively. Still, according to Reality Tea, her share of Coyote Pass could be worth about $170,000.
Confused? You’re not the only one. Despite this dilemma, Janelle has always been most enthusiastic about living on the property, so the thought of her selling seems unlikely to many fans.