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New Update: Christine Brown Ripped For Covering $770K House In Wasteful Halloween Decor With ‘Insane $5k Price Tag’

CHRISTINE Brown has shared a video of her outdoor Halloween decorations, and fans aren’t impressed. The 51-year-old shared a video showing off her decor on her Instagram feed. Christine said: “Hey, I love decorating for the holidays, but I don’t really like decorating the outside when it’s outside is cold or anything like that, but I want to be really festive though, right?

Christine Brown showed off her new Halloween decorations

“So, I got these permanent lights up! I’ve always seen these and always wanted these.”

Behind her, the Sister Wives star’s $770,000 house was lined with blue and red lights. They covered every inch of her awnings, and the lights lit up the front of her home. The TLC star was using a Halloween preset one of hundreds of different settings

She continued: “So, I have lights up all year round. I am so excited. Look at that. It’s so cute! For Christmas, all I have to do is reprogram it from my phone.” According to some of Christine’s fans, the permanent lights ran her around $5,000.

Christine installed permanent lights on her house


Fans in Christine’s social media comments had a hard time finding the bright side regarding the lights.

One said: “Looks cool. Not realistic ($$$) for most people.” Another said: “I hope you don’t have neighbors opposite. These lights can cause disturbance to people.”

A third said: “We have this on our home and the HOA flipped out. We aren’t taking them down considering we paid 15k for them so they better get used to it.”

Someone else said: “Very nice, but the average person cannot afford these lights.” A fifth said: “I wish they were more affordable. The price point is ridiculously crazy.”


Christine and her fiancé David Woolley recently moved into their brand-new Utah home, The U.S. Sun has learned.

It has four bedrooms and two and a half bathrooms, plus a great kitchen

She and David, 59, purchased a home together weeks before they got engaged in early April. According to real estate records exclusively obtained by The U.S. Sun, the couple signed the deed on March 15. The home has four bedrooms and two and a half bathrooms, it is located in Lehi and has over 4,200 square feet of space. The home is covered in laminate wood flooring and new carpeting upstairs.

The large gourmet kitchen features an island, hanging lights, quartz countertops, and white cabinets. Their backyard has unobstructed views of Mount Timpanogos, the East Mountains, and the Jordan River. Without A Crystal Ball was the first to share the news of Christine and David’s new home purchase.


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