Sister Wives reunion features Robyn Brown breaking down in tears & blaming Christine for 'giving up' on marriage to Kody

ROBYN Brown broke down in tears during the show's reunion special as she blamed Christine for "giving up" on their family and her marriage to Kody.

Sister Wives fans have instead claimed that the family patriarch was responsible for the split, as their more than 20-year relationship has come to an end.

Robyn, 43, broke down in tears during a reunion for the TLC show, where each individual cast member spoke in a one-on-one interview.

The network released a teaser for the heated special, as the family discussed Christine's departure from her polygamist marriage.

In the preview clips, Kody, 53, complained that he has been "moved out of his house" that he shared with his ex-wife.

Then, in confessional, Robyn broke down sobbing as she told viewers: "I don't see why giving up is an option when you haven't actually tried."


The newest addition to the Brown family seemed to blame Christine for leaving the family behind after she announced her split from Kody in November.

However, fans have chosen a different side, ganging up on the father of 18 as the culprit behind the breakup.

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Many have accused Kody of "playing the victim" after he claimed that it was Christine's "betrayal" that led to the pair's divorce.

Viewers watched what may have been the last straw for Christine on the latest episode where she banned Kody from sleeping in their bedroom.

Christine previously voiced her concerns about the pair's lack of intimacy in their marriage prompting her decision to stop his sleepovers.


In the clip, a confused Kody revealed his thoughts about Christine's choice to the camera saying he's unsure "if this is a phase or if this is just an awakening."

In a confessional interview, Kody further explained his feelings revealing that Christine "has been telling wives and adult children that she wants to leave me for years."

He then continued to bash his wife's claims that they have not been romantically close saying it's "because she murdered our intimacy with betrayal."

Following the episode, angry fans took to Twitter to slam Kody's words as several called him out on "playing the victim."

While others on Reddit slammed Kody for his reaction towards his wife's needs as one mocked him writing: "Yes, when she discusses her issues with others it’s a ‘betrayal'."

A second person agreed, commenting: "He accuses Christine of playing games. He completely seems to believe that she is being dramatic or unreasonable."


Previously, in a teaser for the episode shared by PEOPLE, Christine opened up about a difficult conversation she had with Kody about the "intimate side" of their relationship.

The Utah native said in a confessional: “He goes, 'I'm not interested in having an intimate marriage anymore. I don't like your behavior. We'll see if you can be a good sister wife,' and all this.

"I'm like, 'Okay, so you don't want us to have an intimate marriage?' And he goes, 'No.' I'm like, 'That's not enough for me. I can't not have an intimate marriage.'"

Kody told Christine he knows plenty of couples that aren’t intimate in their marriage, though she insisted she needs more from the Brown patriarch.

The mother of six then wondered if their relationship was “over,” adding: “I don’t know what to do.”

The star later said it’s unfair that Kody got to have “intimate marriages” with his other wives.

In addition to Christine and Robyn, Kody is married to Meri, 50, and Janelle, 52.

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