Sister Wives star Meri Brown had hoped her embarrassing catfishing debacle was behind her, but it only seems to be getting worse.
As you may recall, last year the reality TV star admitted to an online affair she had with a man named Sam Cooper who, much to her surprise, turned out to be a woman named Jackie Overton.
But as if that weren't enough, Overton now tells Life & Style that she has photos and more than 100 "sexually graphic" voicemails from Meri that she plans to make public.
“I am releasing 100 more voice mails on my blog, along with photos and more,” Overton said.
Last year, the catfisher wrote a tell-all book entitled Almost Meri'd, which chronicles the elicit affair and reveals details about their intimate conversations, including Meri's deep thoughts on ex-husband Kody Brown.
“The whole situation is embarrassing to Meri,” a source told the magazine. “She’s determined to fight. But she knows it won’t be easy.”
Shortly after the scandal became public, Meri, Kody and the entire harem opened up about the ordeal during a reunion episode of Sister Wives.
It was revealed that Meri first confessed to fellow sister wife Robyn, and then to Kody.
“I just knew I had to,” Meri said.
It could've been her good conscience, but she also revealed that Overton had threatened to destroy her and her unconventional family.
“I believe that was the goal - to break up this family,” she said.
With any luck, Meri will have the last laugh and expose Overton for the dirtbag she is. A documentary about the calamity is currently in the works.
“We’re going to be using the unfortunate scandal involving Meri as the catalyst to have a discussion about catfishing, identity theft and fraud,” said filmmaker Shannon C. Keith. “I hope to expose slimy catfish.”
We hope so, too.
While we may not be down with Kody Brown and his lifelong orgy, catfishers are the real bottom dwellers here.