Sister Wives Star’s Son Garrison Brown Passes Away At Age 25

Garrison Brown, the 25-year-old son of Janelle and Kody Brown, stars of the reality TV show “Sister Wives,” has passed away.

Janelle, who has been a part of the TLC reality show that follows the lives of a polygamist family since 2010, took to Instagram to share the exciting news.

In a heartfelt message, Kody and I express our profound sadness over the passing of our beloved son, Robert Garrison Brown.

“He brought a ray of sunshine into the lives of everyone who had the privilege of knowing him. His absence has created an immense void that leaves us breathless. We kindly request that you respect our privacy during this difficult time and join us in celebrating his remarkable life.”

Lieutenant Charles M Hernandez II from the Flagstaff Police Department informed People magazine that on 03/05/2024, officers from the Flagstaff Police responded to a report of a death inside a residence.


According to the FPD, it was Garrison’s brother Gabriel, aged 22, who found Mr. Brown deceased, suggesting it was an apparent suicide.

Lt. Hernandez stated that there is currently no evidence of foul play, and the detectives from the Criminal Investigations Division are conducting an investigation.

TLC expressed their deep sorrow and condolences upon learning about the heartbreaking loss of Garrison Brown. In a statement, they shared their devastation and extended their heartfelt sympathies to the grieving Brown family during this challenging period.

The family initially resided in Lehi, Utah, but later relocated to Las Vegas in 2011 and subsequently settled in Flagstaff, Arizona, in mid-2018.

After Janelle and Kody entered into a “spiritual union” in 1993, they welcomed the arrival of their children Madison, Logan, Garrison, Gabriel, Hunter, and Savanah. However, in December 2022, Janelle made the announcement that she and Kody had decided to separate.

In his latest social media post, which he shared only five days ago, Garrison revealed that he had recently adopted a cat.

Introducing the newest addition to my home, meet Ms. Buttons! In a heartwarming photo, I can be seen cradling this adorable 9-year-old cat. It’s hard to believe that she was once facing the grim fate of euthanasia, but I couldn’t resist stepping in to save her. My savior complex kicked in, and now she’s part of our loving family.

In a 2023 episode of the reality TV show “Sister Wives,” Kody shared his struggles in dealing with his sons.

“I haven’t been keeping in touch with Gabriel and Garrison for a while,” he revealed. “It makes me quite sad that we have grown apart. We had numerous enriching and special experiences together, and those memories hold a special place in my heart.”

In his statement, he expressed his optimism and belief that with time, the situation will improve, and people will feel safe and comfortable being in each other’s company once again. However, he acknowledged that currently, there seems to be a lack of communication and openness from Gabe and Garrison, as they are not willing to engage with him.

According to Jannelle, speaking to Us Weekly last year, she emphasized the importance of finding peace in father and son relationships. She believes that even if reconciliation is not possible, it is crucial to resolve any conflicts as the tension in such relationships can greatly impact one’s life.

“I hope that in the future, things can improve because it does have an impact on them when they don’t have a strong bond with their father.”

If you’re feeling distressed or finding it difficult to cope, you can reach out to the Samaritans for support. They offer a confidential helpline at 116 123 (UK and ROI), an email service at, and you can also visit the Samaritans website to locate your nearest branch.

If you or someone you know in the USA is in need of immediate mental health assistance, there is a valuable resource available. The National Suicide Prevention Helpline can be reached at 1-800-273-TALK (8255). This confidential crisis hotline operates 24/7, offering free support to individuals in crisis.

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