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Real Housewives of Salt Lake City cast member Mary Cosby says she and husband Robert Cosby Sr. sleep in separate bedrooms.

She made the revelation during part 2 of the RHOSLC reunion show on Wednesday.

The 48-year-old mom-of-one became emotional while discussing her unconventional marriage to her late grandmother's husband -- her step-grandfather.

Mary explained her "arranged" marriage, saying her inheritance was dependent on her marrying her step-grandfather.

"My grandmother told me, for herself, that she wanted me to take her place," Mary said. "Basically, Robert Sr. was 20 years younger than my grandmother. My grandmother felt like she robbed his youth. So she said, 'If something ever happens, I want you to marry one of my girls, because I know that they will be loyal to you and treat you good like you treated me.'"

In an earlier episode, Mary said she delayed consummating their marriage by telling Robert she was still menstruating -- for an entire month.

Eventually the couple welcomed a son, their only child named Robert Jr.

When asked during the reunion if she is "in love" with her husband, Mary replied, "I absolutely think I am."

But she shared that they sleep in separate beds and they have not had sex in the "last few years."

Fighting back tears, Mary said, "We're happy. You can't say or do anything to take happiness away from me. It's hard to get. If you can find that in a man, it doesn't matter where he came from."

"Marriages are hard, they're horrible, they can be a nightmare," she continued. "I have a beautiful one."

"The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City" has been renewed for a second season.

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NeNe Leakes is a former reality TV star without a team. Her agents, publicists and attorneys reportedly grew tired of her shenanigans and washed their hands of her.

NeNe took to Twitter on Monday morning to complain that there's a conspiracy against her.

In a series of tweets, NeNe claimed she was dropped by her manager, Steven Grossman and her former attorney, Darrell Miller of Fox Rothschild LLP.

"You can't turn on your teammate and get away with this @stevengrossman #DarrellMiller #Foxrothschild suppression, retaliation, discrimination, unequal pay, devaluation against black women is real, it's painful and it hurts. I will fight for all women rights PS: FIX IT."

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According to Lovebscott.com, NeNe is no longer represented by Grossman at Untitled Entertainment, or repped by ICM, and she has parted ways with lawyer, Miller.

NeNe, 53, is also no longer being represented by Jonesworks PR.

As you know, NeNe was unceremoniously fired by Bravo TV for insubordination on the set of Real Housewives of Atlanta.

According to B. Scott, Bravo execs grew tired of NeNe's sometimes violent behavior. NeNe has accused producer Andy Cohen of racism.

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Production on "T.I. & Tiny: Friends & Family Hustle" has been suspended amid a sexual abuse investigation.

Rapper and actor Tip "T.I." Harris, 40, and his wife, Tameka 'Tiny' Harris, 45, who star in the hit reality TV series, have denied "appalling allegations" of drugging, abuse and sex trafficking made by dozens of women.

The couple threatened possible legal action against Sabrina Peterson, a former friend who accused the rapper of putting a gun to her head.

Celebrity attorney Lisa Bloom announced she is representing one of the accusers.

But VH-1 bosses aren't waiting for any legal action before shutting down the set.

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The family-themed reality TV show featuring T.I. and Tiny and their extended family was in the middle of its fourth season when the cameras stopped rolling this week.

"We are aware of the allegations, and while they are not connected to our show, we have reached out to T.I. and Tameka Harris, as well as local and state officials," an MTV Entertainment spokesperson said in a statement to Deadline.

"Given the serious nature of the allegations, we have decided to suspend production in order to gather more information."

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NeNe Leakes called out her former colleague Porsha Williams for not supporting her Bravo TV boycott after she was unceremoniously let go last year.

The mom-of-two urged her fans to boycott the network after she was forced off The Real housewives of Atlanta for insubordination.

NeNe is bitter after being ousted from the cast of the reality TV show that she helped develop in the early days.

Now she is calling out Porsha for not supporting her boycott (screengrabs by RhymeswithSnitch).

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Last week, Brooklyn restaurateur Marc Daly announced he was finally filing for divorce from his long distance wife Kenya Moore.

The couple share a toddler, daughter Brooklyn Daly, who lives with her mom in Atlanta, while Marc lives and works in New York City.

The marriage was doomed to failure from the start. But the couple made it work for appearances on Real Housewives of Atlanta.

Now that Marc is officially single he is planning to film his own reality TV show, according to RhymeswithSnitch.

Marc has reportedly lined up a celebrity co-star for his new reality show (no, the star isn't Kenya). The concept of the series will revolve around restaurant management and finding romance.

The source claims Marc will use the show to find a new love connection.

Questions: 1. Will you watch Marc's new show? 2. Do you want to be Marc's Love connection?

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K. Michelle shocked her fans by announcing she is departing Love & Hip-Hop: Atlanta after six years.

The studio singer announced her departure on Twitter.com on Wednesday, Jan. 27. Michelle explained that her heart was no longer in it and that she had "no desire" or passion to continue faking scenes on LHHATL.

"I just didn't care. I knew it was time for something bigger than throwing drinks," she said.

K. Michelle won't be gone for long. She will be throwing drinks on her own reality TV show on Lifetime Network in February 2021.

The 34-year-old mom-of-one is rebranding herself as a country music singer in Nashville, Tennessee, after her R&B career failed to take off.

"It's such an amazing feeling to not only watch your dreams come true but to KNOW ILL BE HELPING WOMEN TO LIVE. Saving lives," she wrote. "When they count you out, God will count you in."

Question: Will you boy K. Michelle's country music songs?

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Like many women of her generation Drew Sidora grew up watching Kenya Moore on the Real Housewives of Atlanta.

The young actress dreamed of one day meeting her idol, but those dreams were shattered when the two women finally met in person.

The two personalities clashed right away, as Kenya, 50, was clearly intimidated by the fresh-faced 35-year-old, whom she rudely referred to as a "stray" in a recent confessional.

Drew was introduced to the cast by Kenya's BFF Cynthia Bailey, but Kenya became fast friends with another newbie, LaToya Ali, who was quick to throw shade at Drew.

LaToya, who isn't a full cast member on the show, made fun of Drew's wig one day. She told Kenya she could see glue under Drew's wig.

According to Hollywood Life, Kenya referred to Drew as "sneaky" after she confided in her about taking a private jet with LaToya, while the other woman rode in a Sprinter van.

Kenya had asked Drew to keep her luxurious extravagance a secret from the other women. But Drew innocently shared Kenya's secret with the other ladies.

When asked if she knew Kenya called her "sneaky," Drew said, "No, she never told me. She was smiling in my face."

"As you see she laughs in my face, she seems to treat me really nice, and then she runs back, you know, and she talks behind my back and I don't think that's right," Drew said.

Drew explained that she once admired the former beauty queen and dreamed of meeting her one day. The mom-of-three said she didn't expect Kenya to feel threatened by her and talk about her behind her back.

"When I met her I didn't have any problems with Kenya," Drew said.

"I looked up to her since I was a little girl... and meeting her she was just a different person and I didn't expect that behavior from her, and I was disappointed."

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Things are not going well for Matt James, the first Black 'Bachelor' in franchise history. Ratings are so low that ABC executives are searching to find an answer to the ratings dilemma.

ABC named Matt as The Bachelor to add diversity to the franchise. But rumor has it that Matt and his roommate of many years, reality TV personality and model Tyler Cameron, are lovers.

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While some women expressed an interest in dating bisexual men, not all women are there yet.

The Bachelor's TV ratings have been under 5 million viewers for the past two weeks. But ABC executive Rob Mills is not concerned about the low ratings. He said the ratings will rise once women get to know Matt better.

"I actually think you're going to see ratings rise more exponentially than you would during previous seasons because people are going to start talking about it and word-of-mouth is going to kick in," Mills told Variety.com.

Mills said producers are looking into "every single reason" why The Bachelor's ratings are so low.

"When the numbers are down, we look at every single reason, but I certainly think it's more to the fact that people are just getting to know Matt," he explained.

"It's the first time in so long we have someone who has no connection to the franchise whatsoever, and when you have a Bachelor who comes through that season, everybody knows who this person is and what their story is and wants to watch them get their turn, after seeing them get their heart broken on TV."

Matt was previously cast on Clare Crawley's season of The Bachelorette. ABC pulled Matt and offered him The Bachelor lead. Matt was announced as the new Bachelor star in June 2020.

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Food Network has pulled season 20 of "Worst Cooks in America" after its winner, Ariel Robinson, and her husband were charged with beating a 3-year-old girl to death.

Season 20 is no longer available for streaming on Discovery+, Hulu or YouTube following the arrest of Ariel and her husband, Jerry Robinson, on Tuesday, Jan. 19. They were charged with the murder of their 3-year-old foster daughter, Victoria Rose, according to Insider.com.

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Police responded to a 911 call about an unresponsive child who was pronounced dead after being transported to the hospital, Fox Carolina reported.

Ariel, 29, was named season 20 winner on August 2, 2020 finale episode, according to PEOPLE. She was arrested along with her husband Jerry, 34, both from Simpsonville, South Carolina.

In an interview with Fox Carolina News after her win, Ariel said she was a mother of five.

Ariel was also a former ELA teacher at Sanders Middle School until 2019.

The Robinsons are being held without bond at the Greenville County Detention Center, according to Fox Carolina.

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Mary Cosby is upset that she didn't get the chance to explain her "unconventional" marriage to her grandmother's husband before the story hit the blogs.

Mary's storyline was the most riveting of the cast members on Real Housewives of Salt Lake City. The Pentecostal preacher shocked viewers by sharing her private life with her husband, Robert Cosby, Sr., whom she first knew as her step-grandfather.

Mary inherited her grandmother's empire of churches, restaurants and her husband. Before her grandmother died, she reportedly told Mary to marry her husband,

A Faith Temple insider revealed that Mary was already a married woman when she was cleaved to Bishop Cosby. "Mary had a husband before she married the bishop, a year after the death of her grandmother. His name is Dana," said the source.

Mary's storyline is the main reason Bravo TV producer's asked her to be on the show. But before she could tell her own shocking story -- it was all over the blogs and social media.

"I was not expecting it to be dropped on social media," Mary told Us Weekly. "That was more of a disappointment for me because I feel like social media is a place I don't feel comfortable in."

Mary seemed to blame Bravo for leaking the storyline before the series premiere.

"They put that story right there with me," said Mary. "It didn't set it in a good light for me."

Mary said the comments on social media cut her like a knife.

"Sometimes I read it and sometimes I respond back to them and block them," she said. "Then sometimes I read it and [think], like, 'OK, that's your opinion.'"

She continued, "I try to separate it and I try not to put emotion into it. In my mind, I'm not here to make sense. I'm here to tell you, 'This is what Mary is and this is what I'm about.' And this is my story and you don't have to accept it again."