Today’s!! Very sʜᴏᴄᴋɪɴɢ “Janelle, Meri and Robyn Brown” Drops Breaking News Brown Family.

In Sister Wives Season 17, some sʜᴏᴄᴋɪɴɢ new information about the family’s finances is revealed. Kody Brown’s first wife, Meri Brown, and his second wife, Janelle Brown, admit they were the ones to help Kody get into his $900,000 house for his fourth wife, Robyn Brown.

Janelle Brown paid $300,000 of her own money toward Robyn’s house

In Sister Wives Season 17, Janelle revealed some new information about Robyn Brown’s house on Sister Wives Season 17. Janelle bought a fifth-wheel trailer and lives on the family’s Coyote Pass property in Flagstaff.

The mother of six revealed that while she owns part of some of the lots, Kody and her other sister wives also have names on the properties. Because of this, she says she’s put herself in a “stupid position” financially.

She revealed a sʜᴏᴄᴋɪɴɢ inside look at the family’s financial decisions. Janelle revealed, “I gave half the proceeds from my house in Vegas to Robyn” to purchase her $900,000 house in Flagstaff. Based on Janelle’s Las Vegas home selling price, which means she gave $300,000.

Meri Brown also helped pay for Robyn’s house

In the November 27 episode of Sister Wives, Meri revealed how the family had worked together in the past to make sure each wife was taken care of financially.

Meri explained to the cameras, “Financially, at least up until fairly recently, our family’s always kind of like worked together and just put whatever funds that we had where they needed to go.

Kody, Robyn, and Meri Brown of TLC's 'Sister Wives.'

She revealed, “When I sold my house in Vegas, I gave my money that I made from that house to Robyn so that she could buy her house here in Flagstaff.”

She said that was the family culture that they had. “That’s just what we’ve done. We’ve always worked together. I have no problem with the fact that I’m renting still,” Meri said.

Is it fair that Janelle and Meri gave their money to Robyn?

In the Sister Wives episode, Robyn talks about the family culture of helping each other. “You know we’ve always worked together to take care of the whole family. We worked together to buy Christine her house. We worked together to take care of the kids.”

It seems slightly hypocritical that Robyn was the only wife in the family who has never helped out the family financially. In fact, besides being the only wife to own a house, she is also the only one to have child care. She has a nanny to help with her two school-aged children, Ariella and Solomon.

It doesn’t seem fair that Janelle and Meri helped Robyn get into a house, but Kody refuses to help Janelle get into a place. Janelle and Christine have called Kody out on his “favoritism” toward Robyn and her children, but this is another example of her getting her needs met while the other wives are ignored.

New episodes of Sister Wives Season 17 air Sundays at 10 p.m. ET on TLC.

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