The Brown Family’s Finances Continue to Spiral Out of Control in ‘Sister Wives’
During their hiatus from filming Sister Wives, the Brown family has a lot to contend with. Janelle Brown first learned that her landlord had sold her rented home. Robyn Brown and Kody Brown are currently in debt to the city of Flagstaff. Followers of the Brown family can’t help but question if moving to Flagstaff was one of the worst decisions the family has ever made.
Kody and Robyn Brown are dealing with a tax lien on the home they bought together.
Janelle’s desire to find a new renting home was merely announced last week. However, her property issues aren’t the family’s only issue. Kody and Robyn are officially behind on their mortgage payments on the house they share. Kody and Robyn owe the state more than $1,000 in delinquent property taxes, according to The US Sun.
Kody and his fourth wife, according to Arizona court records, have missed two tax payments on their enormous five-bedroom, four-bathroom home. The house, which Kody and Robyn bought in 2019, is valued $890,000 and has been a source of friction between the two. When he and his wife couldn’t agree, Kody threatened divorce.
This isn’t the first time the cast of ‘Sister Wives’ has spoken out about money.
The current tax lien that Kody and Robyn are facing is far from the first time they’ve had to deal with a financial issue in public. The 14th season of Sister Wives spent a lot of time dealing with the financial strain of relocating to Flagstaff. TLC cameras, on the other hand, missed their issue with paying their property taxes on time. The Browns have paid their taxes late several times since arriving to Flagstaff.
The United States Sun reported in January 2021 that Kody owed the Arizona Treasurer’s Office more than $3,000. The debt was tied to a single piece of property and the home he shares with Robyn. Both loans were paid off by Kody.