Sister Wives' Christine Brown dresses up in steampunk for Halloween after ditching husband Kody & moving to Utah

SISTER Wives' Christine Brown dressed up in a steampunk theme for Halloween and sent fans well wishes in her posts.

Christine's Halloween-spirited post followed her ditching her husband Kody Brown, 52, and his three other wives to move to Utah solo.


Christine, 49, wore an elaborate steampunk-inspired costume.

The blue dress had corseting along the front and her top hat was accessorized with blue ribbon and a black veil.

She added unique eye make up and wore large blue pendant earrings and a matching necklace to complete the look.

The mom of six captioned the post: "HAPPY HALLOWEEN!

"We went to Evermore a few days ago so I made my costume based on dressing up for that.

"It's this AMAZING immersive experience for everyone!"

She also added an Instagram video of her blowing some steam out of a pumpkin bowl.

Christine said: "I've been ready for over an hour waiting for Truley to wake up, seriously, and she's still sleeping.

"She needs to get up and partake in this amazing haunted breakfast."

Truley, 11, is one of Christine's six children she shares with her husband Kody.

Fans left remarks in the comments, as one said, "Welcome back to Utah."

Another chimed in: "You look so amazing and happy!!!"

CHRISTINE'S BIG MOVE

Christine's post comes after she left Kody and his three other wives to move from Arizona to Utah.

Earlier this month, The Sun exclusively reported that Christine has moved into a $1.1m Utah duplex after selling the Arizona home she once shared with her husband Kody for $700,000.

After Christine threatened to leave Kody amid their marital troubles, YouTube channel Without a Crystal Ball broke that she followed through with her threat.

The outlet reported Kody’s third wife listed her home as a duplex in Utah on the mortgage deed of her Arizona house sale. 

The Sun can confirm the home is a two-story duplex, which has two living units attached next to each other as townhouses, that was built in 2019. 

The mom of six will likely live there with Truley as her older children have moved out.

On Christine’s mortgage deed for her Arizona home, she is listed as a “single woman.”

As Kody's third spiritual wife, they are not legally married and she's considered “single” on the court documents. 

Kody was only legally married to first wife Meri, 50, before he divorced her to marry fourth wife Robyn, 43, to be able to adopt her children from a previous marriage. 

He is also spiritually married to second wife Janelle, 52. 

BUSINESS BUST?

In an effort to make money, Christine works for multi-level marketing companies LuLaRoe, which sells women’s clothing, and Plexus, a vitamin and supplements company. 

The Sun can exclusively reveal both LuLaRoe and Plexus have been hit with “Notices of Penalty Offenses Concerning Money-Making Opportunities and Concerning Deceptive or Unfair Conduct" from the Federal Trade Commission.

The same form letter was sent to hundreds of companies, and explains that the FTC is not suggesting the companies listed have “engaged in deceptive or unfair conduct.”

They are “widely distributing similar letters and the notices to business opportunities, franchises, multi-level marketing companies, coaching companies, gig companies, and others.” 

The letter obtained by The Sun advises the listed businesses to “take any steps necessary to ensure the company’s practices do not violate the law," as civil penalties can be $43,792 per violation.

SHOCK DOC

The letter comes after Amazon Prime released a docu-series called LuLaRich that exposes how LuLaRoe, which sister wife Meri also works for, launched an alleged “scam” targeted at work-from-home mothers. 

The business was accused in lawsuits of being a pyramid scheme because commission was largely based off recruitment of consultants over sales. 

The Sun previously reported the company was hit with a class action lawsuit for endless chain scheme, unfair and deceptive practices claims, false advertising, violation of California corporations code, and more. 

The case went to arbitration in August and no new court documents have been filed. 



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