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EXCLUSIVE: Raising Sextuplets Couple Refuse To Tape Episode About Their Broken Marriage


May 28 2018, Updated 10:18 a.m. ET

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Raising Sextuplets pair Bryan and Jennifer Masche have refused to tape a new episode of their WE tv reality show that would update viewers about their shattered marriage, has learned exclusively.

Producers wanted to film the couple talking separately and candidly about the status of their relationship but they both refused.

Their marriage imploded after Bryan was arrested at Jennifer’s parents’ home on September 11. She filed for a legal separation from Bryan at Yavapi County Superior Court on September 17.

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“Both Bryan and Jennifer rejected the chance to film the separate interviews because they just did not feel it was appropriate,” a source close to the couple told

“They are in the process of getting more of their belongings flown back from Florida and Jennifer has started a new job in Flagstaff, Arizona.”

In fact, the entire series may be at jeopardy according to the source. “At this point another series of Raising Sextuplets is just not going to happen for them. Bryan wants to try and get his wife back but at present she does not want to reconcile with him,” the source revealed.

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“It’s a sad situation particularly because there are so many kids involved but at least Jennifer is allowing Bryan to have access to them.

“Bryan’s family has tried to talk with him but he still wants his wife back, although at this point it just does not look it will happen.

“Despite their differences both of them don’t want anything to do with a reality show just now because it is just too painful for them to discuss.”

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The father of six was back in court last Thursday after being charged with two counts of disorderly conduct for domestic violence, one count of resisting arrest and one count of threatening domestic violence.

The case is continued until November 4.

When asked for comment, a rep for WE tv issued the following statement: "Out of respect for the Masche family and their privacy during this difficult time, we are not going to comment."



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