Tensions Rise in ‘Sister Wives’ – Coyote Pass Divides Kody Brown, Meri Brown, and Robyn Brown

Tensions Rise in 'Sister Wives' - Coyote Pass Divides Kody Brown, Meri Brown, and Robyn Brown

‘Sister Wives’ Season 18 is unfolding with more drama and tension, particularly around the future of the family’s Coyote Pass land. The recent episode, aired on Sunday, November 19, saw Kody Brown, Meri Brown, and Robyn Brown engaged in a heated discussion over the division of their shared property, revealing the deepening rifts within the polygamous family.

Property Division

The trio met at Coyote Pass to deliberate on the “division of property,” a significant step as the family is close to paying off the land. Meri Brown, feeling sidelined in the decision-making process, pointed out the proposed agreement’s imbalance: Kody and Robyn each were allotted 4 acres, Janelle Brown 4 acres, while she was left with only 2. This division has exacerbated existing tensions, especially following Christine Brown’s departure from the family in November 2021.

Robyn, in a moment of frustration, quipped about her and Kody’s uncertain future together, highlighting her discomfort with being constantly associated with Kody in family matters. This joke, however, didn’t sit well with the others, underlining the strained dynamics among the Browns.

Coyote Pass Update: Kody and Wives Make Major Strides in Property Payment Amid Family Strife

Purchased in 2018 for $820,000, Coyote Pass was meant to be a dream project for the Browns, envisioned as a communal living space for Kody, his four wives, and their children. Initially, Kody Brown dreamed of building a large house for the entire family, a plan quickly dismissed by his wives. The project has seen numerous delays, from financial constraints to the COVID-19 pandemic halting progress.

In a recent development, In Touch confirmed in June 2023 that Kody and Janelle managed to pay off $340,000 of the property. Additionally, another plot under Robyn’s name, worth $170,000, was paid off, as per documents viewed by The U.S. Sun. Despite these advancements, Kody’s financial obligations towards the Flagstaff, Arizona, property persist.

The Uncertain Future of Kody, Meri, and Robyn’s Family Dynamics

The ongoing property issues at Coyote Pass mirror the deeper troubles in the Brown family’s relationships. In January, Meri and Kody Brown announced their split after 32 years of marriage, a decision shared via an Instagram statement. This followed Christine’s separation from Kody in November 2021 and Janelle’s departure in December 2022, as exclusively revealed by In Touch.

The division of Coyote Pass not only signifies a physical partition of land but also marks the growing emotional and relational distances among the Browns. With only Kody, Meri, and Robyn Brown remaining from the original polygamous group, the future of their family and the Coyote Pass project hangs in balance.

As ‘Sister Wives’ continues to air Sundays at 10 p.m. ET on TLC, viewers can expect more revelations and developments in this complicated family saga. Stay updated with the latest news and insights on ‘Sister Wives’ by following The World News Daily.

Written by Sarah Milner

Sarah Milner is a freelance writer for over 5 years.

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