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Sister Wives star Kody Brown might be looking for a new wife to regain his polygamist status again. If rumors are to be believed, he had secretly been dating a younger woman from outside of the United States but was later dumped by her. But, is trafficking a woman of a foreign origin legally possible for the Brown family patriarch? Keep reading to find out the details!
Did Kody Brown Date A Woman From Mexico?
The 54-year-old has been searching for a new wife after his marriage with Christine, Janelle, and Meri Brown ended at the end of Season 17. Several sources claim that Kody and Robyn are actively pursuing a new wife via dating websites and found one in Mexico.
While nothing has been confirmed by TLC or anyone from the Sister Wives production team, YouTuber Katie Joy shared her take on the matter. She shared a screenshot on Instagram regarding the legalities of Kody bringing another wife from outside of the United States.
She wrote, “Kody is a public polygamist which is illegal. Trafficking a foreign woman into polygamy wouldn’t fly with immigration.”
YouTuber Katie Joy Claims Kody Brown Is A Felon By Law
There have been several reports over the year of polygamists involved in human trafficking and having relationships with minor women. Even if Kody Brown has nothing to do with this, he can and will be denied a fiancée or spousal visa. In the caption, Katie explained, “I know there is a podcast (Tender, Loving, Care…? Podcast) claiming Kody is looking for a mail-order bride. The podcaster is from the UK and she may not be totally familiar with our immigration laws.”
She further added that Kody Brown is a publicly admitted polygamist and technically a felon by law in the United States where polygamy is illegal. A big reason one can be denied admission to the country is if they are polygamist. This is because, in plural marriages, women are denied equal and basic human rights. They do not have constitutional rights under the law. So, immigration mostly denies such applicants.
Brown Family Moves To Las Vegas To Avoid Prosecution
After the Brown family went public with the debut of Sister Wives in 2010, they came under Lehi police’s radar that investigated the Brown family for practicing bigamy. In order to avoid prosecution, the family moved to Las Vegas. Kody Brown also filed a lawsuit against Utah Governor Gary Herbert, Utah County Attorney Jeffrey R. Buhman, and Utah Attorney General Mark Shurtleff.
In December 2013, the court ruled in favor of Brown stating that Utah can continue to ban multiple marriage licenses. However, the verdict mentioned that the state’s anti-polygamy law that prohibited multiple cohabitations was unconstitutional.
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