From looking at Sister Wives star Meri Brown’s Instagram stories, one thing is clear. She is definitely living in Flagstaff. But the big question is whether she is living with her sister wives and husband Kody. Let’s take a look at what Meri has been up to.
Sister Wives: Wildfire Near Meri’s Home In Flagstaff
Meri revealed that there was a wildfire near Meri’s home. It was just 15 miles away. She made it clear that she is extremely freaked out about it. In the next slide in her story, she emphasized how worried she really is. Most of the Sister Wives fans think that Meri is living at her business place. However, she posted a picture of a yard. We could also see a few trees. On 22nd July, there was a pre-evacuation notice in which the people who lived in the areas near the wildfire had to empty their place. She stated that those were the days in which she would prefer living in the desert rather than the forest.
Sister Wives: Is Meri Living With Kody And Other Sister Wives?
Meri is living in Flagstaff but that doesn’t mean that she is sharing a place with Kody and the others. She lives 9 miles away from Christine and 13 miles away from Janelle. Even though the entire family is in the same state, they don’t live in close proximity. Let alone, live in the same house. According to sources, Kody spends the majority of his time with his fourth wife Robyn. He rarely visits his other wives. According to a source, he hasn’t seen the others for over a week.
Sister Wives: Robyn Brown’s Fears Come True
Robyn has expressed a fear of wildfires before. She has lived in Montana and faced wildfires before. It seems like her nightmare is taking form. Meri even posted a video of smoke that was visible at a distance. The family purchased the property worth $820,000. The wildfire also caused a great deal of risk for Janelle, Christine, and Robyn. Meri also posted a picture of a helicopter that was spraying water. She thought it was going completely crazy for her.
According to Coconino National Forest, burnout operations didn’t go through with the overnight crews. Helicopters, ground crews, engines have been working towards the redressal of the problem. First, the fire affected 200 acres. Within one night, it spread to 1000 acres. The cause is still under investigation.
The Brown family came to Flagstaff for a fresh start. However, peace doesn’t seem to be in their cards. The fact that they are not all living together is a red flag. What do you think of their situation? Let us know in the comments below.