Gwendlyn Brown says religion has made Christine Brown a ‘nervous, insecure person’


Gwendlyn Brown, one of Christine and Kody Brown’s children, is opening up about life in the reality TV family. Like her brother, Paedon Brown, Gwen uses social media platforms to share what it was like growing up on television. She also offers sister wives fans a behind-the-scenes look at the Brown family dynamic. In a recent Patreon post, Gwen discussed Brown’s religion. She noted that leaving Mormonism wasn’t a choice for her because she was so young, but said she didn’t want to be part of it as an adult because of what it had done to her. mother.

The Brown family was excommunicated from their church

Kody Brown originally pitched sister wives as a documentary series that would positively represent polygamy. If that was his real intention, he failed. If anything, sister wives highlighted the power imbalance of the practice. The series brought a ton of changes for the Brown family; this would have led to their separation from the Apostolic United Brethren, the religious sect to which they initially belonged.

Meri Brown, Kody Brown, Christine Brown and Janelle Brown | TLC/Discovery+

According to Radar Online, the Brown family was officially excommunicated from their church in 2015, around the time Kody divorced his first wife to legally marry his fourth wife. Around the same time, Meri Brown, Kody’s first wife, was embroiled in a catfishing scandal. More recently, Christine Brown admitted that she doesn’t feel compelled to seek a spiritual divorce from Kody, as she had not been a member of the church for years. Gwendlyn Brown recently suggested that the Browns were expelled from the church years earlier.

Gwendlyn Brown said she didn’t really have a choice of religion

Leaving the church was not really a choice for Gwendlyn Brown. The 21-year-old student sat down to answer questions from fans on her Patreon account. A fan asked how the reality TV star felt about choosing to leave the family’s religious roots behind.

Gwendlyn Brown sits down for an interview on 'Sister Wives'
Gwendlyn Brown | YouTube/TLC

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Gwen told fans she had no choice, as the family was excommunicated from the church when she was eight years old. Although the Browns haven’t spoken much about their separation from the church, the timelines associated with it vary. Sources say the family was asked to leave the church after Kody divorced Meri Brown to marry his fourth wife, Robyn Brown. Other sources suggest the family split from the church when they left Utah and moved to Las Vegas. sister wives was the catalyst for the split, regardless, according to multiple sources.

Gwen is the 11th of Kody’s 18 children. She is the fourth of Christine’s six children. Gwen’s proposed timeline apparently confirms that Kody Brown and his four wives left the church when the family moved from Lehi, Utah, to Las Vegas, Nevada.

The ‘Sister Wives’ star said religion made her mother a ‘nervous, insecure person’

Gwendlyn Brown didn’t delve into her own religious beliefs during her Patreon Q&A post. Still, she noted that she didn’t want to be involved with the Brown family religion because of what it did to her mother. Gwen said faith made her mother a ‘nervous, insecure person’. She did not elaborate further.

‘Sister Wives’ features Christine, Kody, Robyn, Meri and Janelle Brown | TLC/Discovery Press

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Fans have long suspected that Christine struggled with her feelings of dissatisfaction in her marriage due to her prior religious beliefs. Since choosing to leave Kody Brown, she has blossomed. sister wives fans note that she seems happier, healthier, and much more confident than she was when she was married.


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