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Sister Wives Helping 'Victims Of Polygamy'

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Sep. 21 2012, Published 2:00 p.m. ET

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By Alexis Tereszcuk - Entertainment Editor

Kody Brown and his four wives are a happy polygamist family but even though they often find themselves under fire has exclusively learned that they are trying to help victims get out of their own polygamy groups.

Robyn Brown, the newest wife in the Sister Wives family spoke out about her decision to be part of a polygamist family as her sister wife Meri Brown is raising money to help victims of polygamy.

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“If done the right way, plural marriage should give choices not take them away. I know it gave my kids and I a wonderful life and family,” Robyn Tweeted.

She explained what Meri is doing to help those that no longer want to be in polygamist groups.

“Wishing I was going to UT today so I could cheer on @MeriBrown1 as she runs a 5K to help raise support and awareness for victims of polygamy.”

Meri is running in a race benefitting the Holding Out Help foundation, which is a non-profit that provides aid to people who have been kicked out or are trying to leave any polygamous group, including the Warren Jeffs -led Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints.

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“Thanks all for cheering me on 4 the 5k! The run is tomorrow, headed out 4 a practice run now. I wonder how Utah's altitude will affect me?” Meri wrote to her followers.


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