Christine Brown Reportedly Sells Her Property To Ex-Husband Kody For $10

Taylor Sakellis
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Christine Brown clearly can't separate herself from her polygamist family fast enough. It's been reported by People that the mom and former wife of Kody Brown has sold her Arizona property to her ex for a measly $10.

In official documents obtained by Us Weekly, it's clear Kody and the rest of his family got the private property for a massive bargain.

As fans of the hit TLC series "Sister Wives" know, Christine Brown announced her exit from the family in November of last year.

"After more than 25 years together, Kody and I have grown apart and I have made the difficult decision to leave," the reality star said in an emotional post shared on Instagram.

"We will continue to be a strong presence in each other's lives as we parent our beautiful children and support our wonderful family."

At this time, we ask for your grace and kindness as we navigate through this stage within our family," she added.

On Monday, fans of the series got a preview of the show's upcoming 17th season, which is set to premiere on TLC next month.

In the trailer, fans watch firsthand as Christine and Kody Brown's marriage dissolves after over 25 years.

Now, it has been reported that Christine has officially cut ties with her family after selling her Flagstaff, Arizona property to Kody for $10.

The documents, obtained by Us Weekly, reportedly read: "For the consideration of Ten Dollars, and other valuable consideration, I or we, Kody Winn Brown and Robyn Alice Brown, husband and wife and Christine R. Brown, a single woman do/does hereby convey to Kody Winn Brown and Robyn Alice Brown, husband and wife the following real property situated in Coconino County, Arizona."

According to "Us Weekly" Christine chose to classify the transaction as a deed of gift considering the land is valued at $213,420.

The sale of the property will hopefully bring closure to Christine and allow her to move on with her life.

h/t: Us Weekly