Sister Wives' Christine Brown has NOT dumped Kody despite her threats to leave family as she remains in Arizona home

SISTER Wives star Christine Brown has not dumped her husband, Kody, despite threats to leave the family, as she remains in her Arizona home. 

On the season finale of Sister Wives, Christine, 49, expressed her desire to move back to Utah now that polygamy has been decriminalized in their home state. 


But when her husband Kody, 53, and sister wives Meri, 50, Janelle, 51, and Robyn, 42, shut down the idea, Christine was brought to tears and admitted she “can't do marriage with Kody anymore,” as she “doesn’t matter” to him.

But The Sun can exclusively reveal the mom of six has remained in Arizona despite her threats to leave her family. 

Christine continues to live in the Flagstaff, Arizona home she bought in 2018 for $520,000.

The house features three bedrooms and three bathrooms.


The abode sits on two acres of land.

The Sun can also confirm Christine has not bought property in Utah as of April 2021. 

On the season finale of Sister Wives, Christine expressed her desire to move back to her home state: “Family's there, everybody has family in Utah. My dad's there. I don't know how long my dad's going to be around. My mom's there, sister's there, Aspyn's there, Mykelti's there, Peyton's there. Mariah and Audrey are moving there. 

“It's about living with the community again, living with like-minded people again.”


Kody told Christine during their conversation: "You're talking about something that I want that I just refuse to even entertain now. It’s an exciting thought, just 'cause all my friends are in St. George.”

But when she told the wives, they each turned down the idea. 

She said: "I want to move back. I think we have a beautiful property here, I'm not saying we don't, but we haven't done anything. We've been here for two years and we haven't really done anything.

"I am proposing that we not develop this land, even though it's wonderful and magical, and you guys have been dreaming on this land for a long time. I haven't. I immediately stopped, because I started dreaming about Utah and going back."

Christine is referring to Coyote Pass, four parcels of land the family bought in 2018 for $820,000 to build and live on, which they haven’t yet. 

When Meri, Janelle and Robyn gave their reasons for wanting to stay in Flagstaff, Kody added: “This is the most likely place for any of our kids to move back, our adult kids. For the price, we would never be able to replace this in Utah.”

Christine was “surprised” by her husband’s reaction, as she stormed off with Meri. 

She told her sister wife: "Meri, I can't do marriage with Kody anymore. I don't want to do it anymore.”

Christine then said in her confessional: “I agreed to move to Flagstaff and I followed Kody here, but it's been a struggle the whole time. I’m tired of feeling like I don't matter. I'm tired of not having his support when I really need it. I'm just tired. 

“I need a partnership. I need something different than this.”

Viewers have encouraged Christine to leave Kody since the finale aired.

One Reddit user wrote: “I really wish for her to find a partner that walks with her, supports her and is really a husband. Her eyes will open up.”

A second said: “I think she's no longer with Kody even though she's still living in Flagstaff. She seems over it. I think the coffin was nailed shut when she shared what she did in her confessional/interview.”

A third commented: “I wish she would leave, but I don't think she has left.”

A fourth wrote: “I hope she left. Whole thing made me sad.”

The Sun previously reported Kody transferred their Arizona home to Christine, to whom he is "spiritually" but not legally married to. 

In the Warranty Deed obtained by The Sun, “married” Kody is listed as the grantor, while “single” Christine is the grantee, meaning she is purchasing the home from him in the amount of “10 dollars.”

The Warranty Deed was dated August 28 and was filed with the Arizona court on November 6. 

The address listed for Kody is the $890,000 home he shares with fourth and “favorite” wife Robyn, who he legally married in 2014.

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