- Kristen and Cody Brown argued about truly custody of their daughter at Sister Wives on Sunday.
- Kristen said it would be “difficult” to take Trulli from Cody and move to Utah.
- Cody said he wants 50/50 hits with her and that Kristen can’t “honestly run”.
TLC’s “Sister Wives” star Kristen Brown finally told Cody Brown’s three remaining wives she was leaving him and Moving to Utah On Sunday’s episode, which is supposedly filmed in the spring of 2021.
With the announcement came a discussion about arranging custody of Kristen and Cody’s youngest 12-year-old daughter Kristen – and Kristen made clear her feelings about the situation.
In reply to Kody’s Second wife Janelle Brown Kristen, when asked about Truely, said, “I think Truely will be just fine. She’s going to miss everyone, of course, and it’s going to be tough. And taking her from Kody is tough. It’s tough, don’t get me wrong.”
Cody immediately objected to Kristen’s wording. “Oh no, you can’t take it from me,” he said. “Because we should have joint custody. It should be 50/50.”
In a sectarian interview, he said that while they had yet to discuss a custody agreement, he couldn’t allow Kristen to share her plan without “objecting it.”
The exes then argued about Kristen’s plan to move in with Truely. Although Kristen seemed to believe that Cody had accepted the fact that she would live in Utah, which they discussed in previous episodes of this season, He told her he “didn’t say he was okay” with him.
“You never asked if you could move, you said you would move,” Cody explained.
He told Kristen that the first time she said she was leaving him, she didn’t mention moving on. He added that his acceptance that she is leaving the marriage does not mean that she can only “run with Truely and Suddenly a reality came out of my life.”
In a confessional interview on Sunday’s episode, Cody explained his frustration with Kristen to the cameras. “From the beginning of this, You didn’t ask me if I was okay “If I hadn’t stayed at her house,” he said, “she told me not to.” “You didn’t ask me if it was okay if I moved my things, I did.”
“She didn’t ask me if it was OK to move to Utah and take a trolley, she just told me she would,” he continued. The couple announced to the public that The “spiritual” marriage was ending More than 25 years later in November 2021.
As he continued talking to Kristen, he told her she “actually couldn’t stop” him from being a part of Truely’s life.
Details of the potential visitation plan were not discussed in the episode, but in a sectarian interview, Kristen indicated that she wasn’t in favor of splitting her time with Truely evenly.
“I find it ironic that he now wants to be involved in my children’s lives, now that I’m leaving. Now he wants 50/50 time with them?” She said. “Well, he could have spent 50/50 of his time with us the whole time we lived here. If he wanted 50/50, he should have been around more.”
“He doesn’t get 50/50,” she added. “He wasn’t around enough for it.”
Kristen’s announcement of Cody’s three wives and her discussion with Cody about Trulli came at the same time that the directors were also fighting over Cody’s reluctance to visit their 18-year-old daughter Isabel at Kristen’s house because She was going back to high school in person in her final year.
In the Sunday episode clip about Ysabel, “You’ll be fine,” Cody said. Without seeing him in her final year. The teen was planning to move to North Carolina after graduation.
New episodes of “Sister Wives” air Sundays at 10PM ET on TLC.