Sister Wives: Janelle Tells Kody to ‘F*** OFF’

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Janelle Brown is not happy with husband Kody Brown’s rules! On Sunday’s episode of ‘Sister Wives,’ the TLC reality star shared some harsh words with her partner while discussing holiday plans with their families. Janelle, who is in a plural marriage with Kody and fellow sister wives Robyn, Christine and Meri, does not agree with Kody’s opinion on COVID-19 precautions, which would exclude their sons, Garrison and Gabriel, from the family’s Thanksgiving celebration. Janelle ultimately tells Kody to ‘f*** of’ and doesn’t attend the holiday gathering. Christine also reveals she is not attending the Turkey Day festivities.

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