Why Meri and Christine will stay with LuLaRoe amid the scandal
Sister Wives stars Meri and Christine Brown work for LuLaRoe. Here’s why Christine and Meri are staying with LuLaRoe despite criticism from the company.
fan favorite Sister Wives Meri Brown and Christine Brown have faced criticism for their connection to LuLaRoe, but they have shown no signs of backing down from the allegedly crooked business. Typically, Meri and Christine receive the most affection among the Sister Wives stars because they tend to fall victim to Kody Brown’s neglect. Despite fan protest, Christine and Meri have placed themselves in the middle of the LuLaRoe controversy, and here’s why the pair of polygamous reality stars remain loyal to the company.
LuLaRoe is a multi-level marketing company selling women’s clothing that has come under criticism in recent years. The company was founded in 2012 by couple Mark Stidham and DeAnne Bran. In 2019, the Washington State Attorney General’s Office filed a lawsuit against LuLaRoe for allegedly operating as a pyramid scheme. LuLaRoe depended on their clients recruiting new consultants to work under them in order to increase their income, which could potentially have formed a pyramid hierarchy. In the end, LuLaRoe paid $ 4 million to settle the lawsuit.
Recently, LuLaRoe returned to Sister Wives fan radar like Amazon’s docuseries LuLaRich exposed the company’s fraudulent means. The new docuseries inspired another wave of outrage against the company, which specifically affected Sister Wives features Meri and Christine as they both work with LuLaRoe. Christine and Meri started working for LuLaRoe in 2016 alongside Janelle and Christine’s daughter, Mykelti. Meri and Christine are very dedicated to their work with the controversial company, making them the target of fan frustration. Despite the backlash that comes with sponsoring LuLaRoe, neither Meri nor Christine have shown any signs of putting their work with LuLaRoe behind them. On September 21, Christine shared a captioned selfie “lularoekelly.” On September 18, Meri shared a photo with her dog that featured the hashtags “LuLaRoe Retailer” and “LuLaRoeForLife.”
Sadly, it looks like Christine and troublemaker Meri Brown have been attached to LuLaRoe for a long time. Even though sister brides’ comments are inundated with criticism, it hasn’t brought the stars into phase with reality. The Sister Wives stars dedicate themselves to their business because they need the income. Recently, Kody couldn’t support her large family on her own, prompting Janelle to work as a real estate agent for a while. Due to their fame, Christine and Meri surely attract a lot of new customers to the LuLaRoe system. While this could be potentially bad for some victims of a potential pyramid scheme, it does mean that Meri and Christine are still making a profit. The income of the sister wives keeps them loyal to LuLaRoe, regardless of the alleged crimes of the multi-level marketing company.
Fans are sympathetic to Meri and Christine because they’ve endured tough journeys on Sister Wives. However, their continued support for LuLaRoe is untenable for some fans. Despite the judgment of the fans, Meri and Christine will likely continue to work for the company as they need the income. While fans might be disappointed with the Sister Wives the alignment of the stars with LuLaRoe, Meri and Christine does not seem to disturb.
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Sources: Meri Brown / Instagram, Christine Brown / Instagram
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