Did Meri Brown’s Valentine’s Day Retreat Ever Happen?

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Sister Wives star Meri Brown shocked fans after she claimed that she sold out her Valentine’s Day retreat. The reality star was bashed by fans for the high-priced retreat ranging between $4,000 and $6,000. Although it seemed like Meri has a hard time filling spots, fans were surprised after she declared that her retreat was completely sold out. Yet, an eagle-eyed fan/YouTuber has managed to decode the truth behind her controversial retreat. They claim that the retreat never happened. Keep reading to find out the details!

Meri Brown Is Looking For Alternative Income Sources

Even though Meri’s first retreat didn’t go well, she announced a second one confusing viewers with the high price tag. Once again, she tried to convince her followers and Sister Wives fans that her retreat is worth the money.

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Given that the TLC series might end anytime soon, the family is looking for alternative sources of income. Seems like Meri Brown is just as desperate!

Meri Brown Was At Her Home On The Day Of The Retreat

However, YouTuber Katie Joy (Without A Crystal Ball), has finally decoded the truth behind Meri Brown’s Valentine’s Day retreat. She claimed that Meri’s latest retreat never happened. In her Instagram post, Katie explained the dynamics of what happened.

She revealed, “In January, Meri Brown promoted a retreat at her Inn which she advertised from Feb 16, 2023- Feb 19, 2023. She claimed the retreat was sold out after tons of backlash about price and potential fraud for her false advertising.”

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Katie then pointed out how on February 16, the day of the retreat, Meri went live from her home in Flagstaff at 12:05 pm Central time or 11:05 Mountain Time. Moreover, her Instagram Live was almost an hour long.

Meri had previously revealed that her guests were to arrive mid-afternoon and given that Lizzie’s Inn Heritage is in Parowan, she would have to drive 6 hours non-stop to reach there. So, it was surprising that she was still at home in the afternoon while her ‘sold-out’ retreat was without a host.

Katie Joy finally claimed, “Long story short, I’m pretty sure she canceled the event.”

Fans Claim Meri Brown’s Broke The Law

In the comments section, a fan claimed, “She might have canceled because I reported her to the Utah dept of commerce Division of Consumer Protection for fraud lol.”

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Another fan enquired what was fraudulent about Meri Brown’s retreat to which another fan explained, “She was breaking the law by not giving details about activities or accommodations unless you registered and paid in full.”

Do you think Meri Brown’s Valentine’s Day retreat really never happened? Share your thoughts in the comments and check back with TV Shows Ace for more on Sister Wives!

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