This Guy Has Five Wives – And Their Lifestyle Is So Controversial, Even Regular Polygamists Shun Them

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Image: YouTube/ABC News
Image: YouTube/ABC News

Comedians love mother-in-law jokes, but this man’s home life is no laughing matter – even though he’d have an abundance of material for a stand-up routine. After all, he is married to five women. Understandably, then, his chosen lifestyle is so controversial that even the more conventional of polygamists object to his way of life. Readers, let us introduce you to Brady Williams and his five wives.

Image: Facebook/Brady and Wives
Image: Facebook/Brady and Wives

Williams was brought up in a Mormon family, but now he’s an ex-bishop. In fact, he’s currently employed in project management with his brother’s construction company. He also studies philosophy in his spare time. Not that you’d think he has any time to spare, what with five wives – and 25 kids.

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Image: Facebook/Brady and Wives
Image: Facebook/Brady and Wives

Through his Mormon upbringing, though, the now 45-year-old began to learn about polygamy around his mid-teens. At 22, he married for the first time – to Paulie. He already knew that he would take on a second wife, however, and within 12 months he had married Robyn. And by the time he was 29, he had married his third (Rosemary), fourth (Nonie) and fifth (Rhonda) wives.

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