• Garrison Brown was known from 'Sister Wives'
  • He has unfortunately passed away by suicide
  • Janelle Brown has shared his last messages

In a tale that's as heart-rending as it is shocking, Janelle Brown, the beloved 'Sister Wives' star, experienced a mother's intuition in the most tragic way possible. She stumbled upon texts that spelled concern, texts that no mother should ever have to read.

The Silence That Spoke Volumes

"I want to hate you for sharing the good times. But I can't. I miss these days," read the haunting words of her son, Robert Garrison Brown, in a group chat that Janelle was not a part of.

After a brief conversation with Garrison, silence ensued – a silence that screamed volumes to Janelle. It prompted her to send Gabriel Brown, Garrison's younger brother, on a mission of mercy that no sibling should ever undertake. The discovery? A heart-shattering scene: Garrison, gone, by his own hand.

Garrison's roommates, residing in Flagstaff, Arizona, reported a "pop" sound on that fateful Monday night. Little did they know, the noise was not just a random disturbance but the sound of a life ending too soon.

A Family United in Grief

Despite the strains in their relationship, Janelle and her estranged husband, Kody Brown (55), came together to mourn their son's passing. "His loss will leave such a big hole in our lives that it takes our breath away," Janelle expressed in a joint statement, inviting the world to honor Garrison's memory.

Janelle had previously voiced her worries about Garrison's mental health, noting his shift from a happy-go-lucky young man to someone who seemed perpetually angry or sad. The family's dynamic, as revealed on 'Sister Wives,' hinted at underlying tensions that may have contributed to Garrison's struggles.

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If you or someone you know is in emotional distress or considering suicide, please reach out to the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK (8255).