It’s fine if the cable channel wants to have a cult leader be in the latest installment of their long running Housewives franchise, but they shouldn’t pretend she isn’t.
They shouldn’t ignore it.
She and her husband have terrorized the members of their cult for years.
Oh, and maybe they should mention the first husband and what happened to him. Oh, or what happens to a member of the cult if they don’t have their cell phones on and ready to answer 24/7 if she or her husband calls.
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‘Real Housewives’ star Mary Cosby explains why she married her step-grandfather
Mary Cosby turned a lot of heads when it was revealed that she’s married to her step-grandfather, Robert Cosby, Sr. But Mary doesn’t have any problems with telling her story.
People released a sneak peek video of the first episode of The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City, and in it, Cosby reveals that it was her grandmother’s wish for her to marry her then step-grandfather. So much so that she made the marriage a condition of the inheritance her granddaughter claimed.
Robert founded the Faith Temple Pentecostal Church with Mary’s grandmother, Dr. Rosemary Redmon Cosby, according to Refinery29. Redmond died of heart failure in 1997 at the age of 65, and a messy battle for her multi-million dollar estate ensued. Per Refinery 29, her daughter, Rosalind Cazares, was awarded $1 million after she accused her then-45-year-old stepfather of involvement in Redmon Cosby’s death.
Ultimately Mary did wed her step-grandfather and inherit her grandmother’s estate. The couple has a teenage son and they’ve been married for over two decades. Mary now runs the church, which has several different branches in Utah and Indiana, with her husband.
She says she ignores trolls and critics of her marriage, believing people will eventually move past the scandal. – Source
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UTAH JUDGE ORDERS CHURCH FOUNDER’S BODY EXHUMED
A judge in Salt Lake City has ordered exhumation of the remains of Rosemary “Mama” Cosby to determine the cause of death of the Faith Temple Pentecostal Church founder, who died in 1997 at the family’s St. Cloud vacation home.
Rosalind Cazares, a daughter of Cosby, argued that Florida law required an autopsy, which Cosby’s husband has fought.
Robert Cosby, who remains pastor of Faith Temple, and Cazares are engaged in a probate battle – punctuated by allegations of financial mismanagement and documents doctoring – over Mama Cosby’s multimillion-dollar estate.
Cazares said her 65-year-old mother, a charismatic preacher and pillar in Salt Lake’s black community, appeared to be in good health before her death. – Source