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Garrison Brown’s friend calls for Sister Wives to be cancelled after death of the TV star

Garrison Brown’s friend calls for Sister Wives to be cancelled after death of the TV star

He took to Instagram to share a statement following Brown's death

Warning: This article contains discussion of suicide which some readers may find distressing.

Garrison Brown’s friend has called for Sister Wives to be cancelled after 18 seasons following the TV star's death.

Brown, who starred on the TLC reality show since the 2010s, was found dead at his home in Flagstaff, Arizona, earlier this month (5 March) at the age of 25.

While an official cause of death has not yet been shared, police have told media outlets that the death appeared to be suicide.

Garrison Brown was found dead at his Arizona home earlier this month (5 March) at the age of 25.

Sister Wives documented the lives of Kody Brown, his four wives, and their 18 children - one of which was Garrison.

Garrison's mother, Janelle Brown, took to Instagram last week to share a tribute to her late son, confirming the news to her 1.3 million followers.

She wrote: "Kody and I are deeply saddened to announce the loss of our beautiful boy Robert Garrison Brown.

"He was a bright spot in the lives of all who knew him.

"His loss will leave such a big hole in our lives that it takes our breath away.

"We ask that you please respect our privacy and join us in honouring his memory."

Janelle announced her son's passing.

Many other tributes have since flooded in including from Brown's friend, Bryson Cook, who also took to social media to share a message following his death last week (11 March).

He wrote: "You told me you’d always be there for me. You said you’d speak at my future wedding and that you’d want us all to live next to each other once we settled down.

"I remember the days where you would be the one convincing me to stay for all three hours of church.

"I remember the late night chats about life and the future. I’m mad at you Robert, I’m mad you left without talking to me one last time.

"I KNOW I’ll get to see you again and we can hug it out then, but for now I’m angry…. I miss you buddy."

Brown's friend, Bryson Cook, called for Sister Wives to be cancelled following his death.

He then ended the post with three hashtags which read: "#storminmormonsforlife #cancelsisterwives #planofsalvation."

Cook's post has since prompted others to also calls for the show's cancellation.

One Instagram user penned: "Enough is enough. It's time to cancel this show. I pray to God they don't go right back to 'the way it was' and don't take the time to honour this wonderful young man's legacy."

"So sorry for your loss. I watch Sister Wives and I believe they should cancel the show. The last few years it hasn't been about the family," hit out a second.

And a final Instagram user added: "All the firsts without him will be hard but you did get to a point when you can talk about him and not be sad.

"I think you right the show should be canceled."

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Featured Image Credit: Instagram/@janellebrown117/@brizzle11

Topics: TV And Film, Celebrity