'RHOSLC' Star Mary Cosby Shares Message That 'Reality TV Rots Our Brain' After Reports Of Her Exit
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'RHOSLC' Star Mary Cosby Shares Message That 'Reality TV Rots Our Brain' After Reports Of Her Exit

Mary Cosby is reportedly in a heap of trouble after skipping out on the Season 2 reunion of The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City. Cosby’s decision comes after she made controversial statements about race in regards to her co-stars. Her future on the show has yet to be determined. But she’s sharing some cryptic notes on her social media in the aftermath. 

Why Mary Cosby skipped the reunion

​​Page Six reported Cosby didn’t attend the reunion episode because she “did not want to confront the controversy surrounding her this season.” “She was terrified of getting grilled about her ‘racist’ comments made toward Jennie and Jen,” an insider told the media outlet. “She also did not want to discuss the accusations that she runs a cult.”

Cosby marks the second full-time housewife to not attend the reunion, with Jacqueline Laurita skipping out on Season 4 of The Real Housewives of New Jersey. Laurita was asked to return as they were midway through filming Season 5 at the time of filming the season 4 reunion. But a source says Cosby’s career can be in jeopardy.

“Skipping out on the reunion is a big no-no for Housewives,” the source added. “This was the kiss of death for Mary. She hardly has any alliances left in the cast, who hoped she would have shown up to the reunion to take accountability for her behavior and the allegations about her church.”

Mary Cosby’s latest Instagram post

Cosby recently took to Instagram to trash the reality television world she stumbled into. She shared a quote from Dr. Marcia Sirota, a psychiatrist, author, and founder of Ruthless Compassion Institute.

“Reality TV is junk food for our brain, and in the same way that junk food rots our teeth and makes us sick, bad reality TV rots our brain and makes us rude,” the quote read.

She shared another quote on the “negative impact on our children in more ways than one.” “These shows focus on bullying, aggressive behavior and unhealthy competition, and kids often tend to confuse reality TV with the real world,” Sirota further explained.

 

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