The following news is very depressing.
According to Christeline Petersen herself, she is now a member of Marcus Epps’s polygamous family, the same unit that just appeared in the latest season of Seeking Sister Wife.
“I wanted to reach out to you and confirm that I am officially part of the Epps family,” Christeline wrote to blogger John Yates this week, adding in her message:
“It’s really amazing to be with authentic people who are genuinely working to build a legacy for their family!
“I am very happy to be part of that legacy.”
Petersen, as Seeking Sister Wife fans know, shot to unfortunate fame last year due to the way her relationship with Dimitri Snowden ended.
The reality star married the aforementioned TLC personality…only to quickly file for a restraining order after she accused Snowden of assault.
In her filing, Christeline alleges that, in January 2021, she was woken up one day by a violent attack.
She says Snowden woke her up “banging my head against the headboard and he was yelling at me.”
Unfortunately, this was not the end.
He went on to claim that Dimitri also pushed his head against the headboard on numerous occasions.
Petersen also told authorities that Dimitri was abusive during sex, saying “he choked me during sex, even though I told him not to,” adding:
“The more he fought, the more he enjoyed it.”
Really heinous stuff around here.
The reality star finally walked away from Snowden and thanked fans for their support.
Petersen has aligned himself with someone who was also accused of domestic violence… and someone who has 10 children… and someone who has shown no respect for women.
As we have pointed out before, it is very sad.
“This is the first time I have been in an environment since I left my country that I feel like home,” Petersen added to Yates. “This really feels good!”
I wish nothing but happiness for everyone I have encountered on this journey, because they helped me get here at The Epps Family.
“This is what I was looking for all along!”
We really hope this turns out well for Christeline Petersen. Prayers for the troubled mother.