Gwendolyn Brown and Paedon Brown seem to have a lot in common.
They’re both Christine and Kody’s children, and for a significant start, they’ve become more open than ever after their parents split.
For example, Gwendolyn recently admitted that she doesn’t like Robin Brown.
Meanwhile, Paedon leveled his accusations against Meri Brown a few days ago.
However, ask Gwendolyn and she’ll quickly tell you that these are where the similarities between her and her brother end.
“There’s no way,” the 21-year-old says in a short video clip published to her Patreon page over the weekend. [Paedon] Especially since he hasn’t changed at all, so he’s back in my life. “
Longtime fans of Sister Wyves may be aware that these relatives have clashed over the years.
In September 2020, Gwendolyn said she had not received any support from many of her siblings after coming out as bisexual.
Now her critique goes even further.
“He is still a sexist, gay, transphobic, racist, violent abuser and has been for years,” Brown told his social media followers. rice field.
“He’s the most disgusting person I’ve ever known, and I urge you not to take what he says as fact.
“I don’t think you should support him just by looking at the content he puts out because it will encourage him to continue.”
Paedon had actually been physically violent towards Gwendolyn in the past. He was the first to disclose this information through TikTok last year.
“I hit Gwen,” Paedon said in the clip, referring to an incident believed to have happened in the not too distant past, adding:
“After we exchanged words, I slapped Gwen. I went too far. I slapped her. I am scared.”
At the time,
Additionally, Paedon said Christine was “very aware” of the altercation and was trying to help Gwen navigate her feelings about what had happened.
“Mommy knows I’ll never [hurt Gwen]explained Paedon.
“I know I would never do that, but it hurts me. It hurts me knowing my sister wants me to hurt her. I don’t want to hurt her, but she thinks I do.”
At some point, Paedon hopes that loved ones can sit down and have heart-to-heart discussions.
“I want her to feel safe and it’s very important that my sister feels safe with me,” he said.
But I can’t exactly imagine this roundtable happening any time soon…if at all.