SISTER Wives’ Janelle Brown has officially launched her new weight loss business, Janelle Brown Plexus LLC, after splitting from ex-husband Kody.
According to documents obtained exclusively by The U.S. Sun, mom of six Janelle, 53, registered her new company on November 29.
According to the filing, JANELLE BROWN PLEXUS LLC is an Arizona-based domestic company registered under the Sister Wives star’s name.
The company’s address is Janelle’s business address in Coconino County.
She began renting the property in spring 2022 for $2,000 a month, and her retail trade business, NTYK LLC, is also registered to the same address.
Kody Brown’s ex has been promoting the weight loss dietary supplement Plexus for quite some time, especially after close friend Christine Brown became a big-time promotor.
Christine, 50, filed her own business, PLEXUS WITH CHRISTINE LLC, in March 2022.
The Murray, Utah resident has boasted about the brand’s health benefits.
She captioned an Instagram video: “Not only do these products target your gut health, healing you from the inside out, but they also promote healthy weight loss along with mental clarity, hormone balance, improved immunity, skin and hair growth, as well as a faster metabolism and reduced sugar cravings.”
Janelle, 53, has been open about her health journey, losing 100 pounds with help from the “pink drink.”
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A source previously told The U.S. Sun: “Janelle has lost a ton of weight. She does not look the same.
“She’s half the size she was. Her numbers have completely changed. She’s got to be at least 100 pounds down.”
Janelle told her fans in a recent social media post: “This health journey I’ve been on has been incredible. The results weren’t overnight and I’m okay with that. It’s all about slow and steady that wins the race. 2023 is my year!”
Luckily, the mother of six can use her own success story to her advantage by selling the multi-level marketing company.
According to David Johnson, CEO of Strategic Vision PR Group, she and the other ex-wives- including Christine and Meri Brown- can earn “anywhere between $800K to $2 million a year.”
The PR expert told The U.S. Sun that the extra income earned in addition to money from TLC can be from brand partnerships, sponsorships, selling products and more.
Janelle also does one-on-one health coaching through Strive with Janelle and is on Cameo, charging $39 per video.
Despite Christine and Janelle both having their own Plexus businesses now, the two are working together to “build a financial empire together.”
“They’re gearing towards their own show. It would be more about female empowerment like ‘Life After Polygamy.’ That’s the direction they’re going in,” a source previously told The U.S. Sun.
Janelle, who spent time living in her RV, is “even thinking of permanently moving near Christine,” a source dished.
The Browns are focusing on themselves and their new businesses now that they’ve both officially split from the family’s patriarch.
Christine announced her split from Kody in November 2021 and Kody, 54, revealed he and Janelle had separated during the Sister Wives: One on One special which aired in December.
He also teased that he and Meri, 52, were no longer together, but the pair clarified their relationship in a statement released earlier this month.
“In light of a recent unapproved press release, we feel compelled to share our own truth, in our own way, and in our own timing,” the former couple wrote.
“After more than a decade of working on our relationship in our own unique ways, we have made the decision to permanently terminate our marriage relationship.”
Kody remains with one wife left, Robyn Brown, who is the only wife he’s legally married to.
Meanwhile, the ex-wives are moving on and Christine, for her part, just announced she’s dating again.
“I’m dating again!! Holy. Hell. Awkward. Dating online is crazy!” she shocked her fans in a new post. “Any advice for dating at 50?!”