Sister Wives’ Meri Brown says she “couldn’t be happier” working for LulaRoe after documentary revealed “pyramid scheme”
SISTER Wives star Meri Brown said she “couldn’t be happier” working for LuLaRoe after the company was accused of ripping people off.
Meri, 50, shared a dazzling post about the fashion retailer alongside a photo of her enjoying an outing in the woods.
Meri appeared to be defiant as she said she was “proud” to work for the multi-level marketing company.
LuLaRoe was the subject of a recent documentary series titled LuLaRich amid claims it is a “cult.”
Meri wrote in her Tuesday post: âFive years into my journey with @LuLaRoe and I couldn’t be happier.
“Five years of finding my happiness, of serving others, of making incredible friends across the country, and yes, even outside of the United States.” she continued.
Meri said she often wonders why she didn’t get involved with the business earlier, but “there’s a reason things turn out the way they do.”
“HELPS ME TO HEAL”
She added, âI know in my heart that the time for me to find LuLaRoe and get involved when I did was good for me, for my well-being, for my healing. what the last five years have done for me.
âHelped me heal, helped me find peace and joy, helped me discover the SELF that I have always been and from whom I hid and sometimes fled. “
Meri finished her note: “I’m loud and proud LuLaRoe. I’m grateful to have a business like this to get involved in, a business inundated with women and men helping each other, a business that wants to seeing me succeed, a business whose owners pray for each of us daily, a business with integrity. I’m not going anywhere, LuLaRoe is not going anywhere, we’re here for the long haul, and we’re happy for that! ð “
Meri and her sister wife Christine Brown have been scammed for scamming fans while working for LuLaRoe.
The backlash comes after the release of a scathing documentary about the clothing company.
Over the years, Meri and Christine, 49, have given fans a glimpse of their closets by promoting LuLaRoe on Instagram.
The Sister Wives Stars – who are both married to Kody Brown – regularly model company clothes and promote them using hashtags.
Many people have expressed their aversion to the brand after a new Amazon docusery, LuLaRich, offered fans a glimpse of the company, as well as the people who work there.
In the document, a number of former sales reps came forward to reveal that the company had left them in financial shambles when they weren’t able to sell merchandise they were forced to buy.
Although neither Meri nor Christine are mentioned in the document, many Sister Wives fans are now blaming TV stars for the company’s success.
Speaking to Reddit, one fan admitted he doesn’t âsympathizeâ with TV personalities associated with the brand.
The Reddit user wrote: âIt looks like they, especially Meri, are the highest paying, which means they probably have some significant downlinesâ¦ has funneled all of their fame into looking for some sort of legitimate business instead.
“I was never a huge fan of Meri to begin with, but watching this doc really made me sour on Christine.”
‘TAKE (THE) ADVANTAGE’
Another added: âThey lie, plot and take advantage of others. They are horrible.
A third replied, “Meri seems so desperate to belong to something and be someone, and that’s how LLR sucked her up.”
Another Sister Wives fan commented, âEverything about the Browns is playing for sympathy for money. All.
“I’m amazed at how genuinely passionate people are about them and enamored of what are, to me, pretty fabricated scripts.”
Others criticized Meri for making a ‘victim’ in the scandal, as one person wrote: “LuLaRoe was and is a great scam. Meri is still the victim.
âIt has been said that she is only coach status, after more people watch this I think less people will buy this shit. Pushing desperate people to spend thousands up front is not not a good thing for Christians / Mormons to do. And they peddle it. “
Another agreed, simply writing, “Meri is still the victim.”
In addition to Meri and Christina, Kody, 52, is also married to Robyn, 42, and Janelle, 52.
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