SISTER Wives fans are now worried about Meri Brown after she posted about "mental abuse" amid major marriage problems with her husband, Kody.
The reality star previously admitted to feeling "fully manipulated" after she left Kody for her Utah Inn.
Meri took to her Instagram Stories to promote mental health service The Depression Project with an ad that read: "Tips for loving someone who has been mentally abuse."
However, fans were left concerned for the TV star, as they took to Reddit to comment.
One person wrote: "I definitely think Meri has been treated badly, and I have empathy for her…"
Another wrote: "… Now who she is talking about, who knows. Probably Kody. She probably snapped at someone and now is saying it’s because she was emotionally abused. Which may very well be true."
While one fan suggested: "I believe she has been mentally abused. But maybe she was mostly just sharing info."
Last month, the Sister Wives star left Kody and went to Utah in order to open her bed and breakfast back up.
The 50-year-old shut down the inn a couple of months ago after losing her mom, Bonnie Ahlstrom.
Many people assisted the TLC star in the reopening, including her daughter, Mariah.
However, fans noted Kody was not in attendance to help Meri out, as the two have had plenty of obstacles in their relationship.
Meri was Kody's first wife, and the duo tied the knot in 1990, later expanding their family with sister wife Janelle, 51, and his third wife Christine, 49.
Kody, 52, then formally divorced Meri in 2014 so he could marry his fourth wife Robyn, 42, under the claim that he wanted to adopt her children from a previous relationship.
The father-of-18's relationship then suffered with Meri, who has since demanded an "apology" and "accountability" for his actions.
Recently, Meri shared a photo doing a power stance and wrote: "Ever had those days, those weeks, those months, when things just keep HAPPENING?
"Doesn't matter how much you work, how much you push, how much you try, something else comes up. Sometimes it's just life.
"Sometimes you have to just learn something. Sometimes you're being fully manipulated and you know it. Don't worry. Power stance is ON!"
The mother of one added: "I'm BRAVE, I'm STRONG, I'm COURAGEOUS, and I WILL do this!
"I will find MY tribe, the people who will STAND with me and not push against me. THOSE are the people that matter."
If you or someone you know is affected by any of the issues raised in this story, call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 800-273-TALK (8255) or text Crisis Text Line at 741741.
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