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'RHOSLC' Star Mary Cosby Allegedly Had Extramarital Affair With Late Ex-Church Member Cameron Williams, Who Accused Her Of Financial Exploitation & Religious Trauma

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Jan. 10 2022, Published 12:41 p.m. ET

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When Bravo fans met Real Housewives of Salt Lake City star Mary Cosby in late 2020, the most shocking aspect of her life was that she was married to her step-grandfather.

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The 49-year-old leader of the Faith Temple Pentecostal Church told viewers she inherited the congregation from her grandmother – Rosemary Cosby – after she passed away and that it was the late founder's dying wish for her granddaughter to marry her second husband, Robert Cosby Sr.

Though still difficult to grasp, that nugget of information is darn near child's play compared to the bombshell accusations just made by Mary's alleged cousin, Dan C.

To briefly recap: Last week, Radar broke the story that Cosby had skipped out on the Season 2 reunion taping. She later took to social media to slam the evils of reality television, seeming to insinuate that she would not be back for Season 3.

However, sources claimed the real reason she bailed was that she "did not want to confront the controversy surrounding her this season."

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On top of making and doubling down on numerous racial slurs and derogatory statements, her church was also called into question. Mary was accused of running a cult, financially exploiting her congregation and forcing them to worship her as God.

One former member of Faith Temple – a man named Cameron Williams, who has since passed away – even alleged on camera that he had suffered religious trauma after supposedly mortgaging his home and giving Mary $300,000.

When confronted by her co-stars, she denied the claims.

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Now, however, her supposed cousin is painting a more disturbing picture of the scenario.

"Dan C." recently appeared for an interview on the Sharrell's World podcast, during which he alleged that Mary had had an extramarital affair with Cameron.

To provide context for the accusation, Dan claimed that his daughter once dated Cameron for several years and that the two of them sought couple's counseling from Mary and Robert, who is known to members of the church as "Bishop."

"Cameron was dating my daughter for about three to four years," he told Sharrell. "During this time, Mary and Bishop would counsel the two of them and bring up reasons why they shouldn't be together. They wanted to be together, but there was always this over their head."

"Mary would actually tell my daughter, 'Why don't you bring Cameron around? I feel something with you. I think you're jealous. You don't want him to be around,'" Dan added, before "fast-forwarding" to when and why Cameron and his daughter allegedly split.

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"It was a Tuesday [or] Thursday afternoon. They were breaking up at the request of Mary and Robert," he explained. "So they broke up, and on Saturday, Mary went to Cameron's house. The reason why I know that is she went with my brother and his son."

Dan told Sharrell that he asked Cameron what he did. "And he said, 'She took my hand and put it in her vagina,'" alleged Dan.

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Dan's interview has since gone viral, prompting even more horrifying allegations about Mary, Robert and their church to surface.

The manner in which Mary acquired Faith Temple is now being questioned, as is what led to her grandmother's death.

The embattled reality star has not yet responded to our request for comment.

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