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‘Seeking Sister Wife’: Paige And Bernie McGee Released From Jail

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Seeking Sister Wife has some complicated dynamics this season with Paige and Bernie McGee.  In fact, fans and followers of the TLC show saw some unusual interaction with other family members. Incredibly, Starcasm reported on Saturday this week, that both Paige and Bernie ended up arrested. Now, their release from jail brings a bit more speculation.

Seeking Sister Wife‘s Bernie and Paige McGee’s arrest

According to the article by Starcasm, “online records indicate” the arrest of “Bernie McGee and Paige McGee on stalking charges.” Initially in the “custody of the Rankin County Sheriff’s Department,” they later reported that the McGees later “transferred into the custody of the Jasper County Sheriff’s Department.”

TV Shows Ace also carried the story, noting it wasn’t clear who the stalking charges referred to.  Now, John Yates social commentator, reports the couple’s release. His tweet said the couple, “reunited with their children last night after being booked.” Unusually, it seems perhaps the arrest may involve Paige’s brother.

Released from jail, allegations of stalking

According to John Yates’ tweet, he confirmed the arrest with Paige McGee’s brother Patrick.  He notes allegedly the charges involve “stalking.” Yates adds, “Paige’s brother Patrick…also the victim.” When news first came out about the arrest, some fans thought that the stalking charge may refer to a comment allegedly made by Paige to the mother of a Down Syndrome child.

An apparent screencap of that message showed that Paige may have vilified the child and the mother. In part, it said, “at least my children have intelligence. You should know that it’s genetic so he got that disability from you. God never planned for children to exist who struggle with life and basic needs… your child has Down syndrome because of what a horrible person you are…God’s punishing you.” Many other nasty things were allegedly said.

Charges of Stalking against Bernie and Paige McGee

Perhaps it is the unfortunate woman of a Down syndrome child who made a complaint. However, John Yates notes that Paige’s brother Patrick Marble is also a victim of stalking. In answer to a question by a follower, John confirmed this, saying that they stalked”Paige’s brother and mother,” adding that it seems like an old issue in the family.

Starcasm pointed out that Partick Marble posted a “video over the weekend showing Bernie taunting him, so it is being speculated that perhaps the video was evidence leading to Bernie and Paige’s arrest.”

Nevertheless, it’s doubtful that either party will elaborate any further right now, given that there’s a police investigation. So far, TLC never made any official comment on the arrest of Bernie and Paige McGee. How do you feel about what seems an intense family feud? Have your say in the comments below.

Remember to check in with TV Shows Ace often for more news about Seeking Sister Wife. The show currently airs on Sunday on TLC.

Woryn Jay

Woryn is a writer who started a small book publishing company in New Zealand. He wrote three books, one of them published by Domhan. Woryn prefers to write about real things, rather than fiction which is why he likes to focus on Reality TV shows.
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  1. Did you actually call this lady who has a Downs Syndrome child unfortunate? What kind of dolt says that? Downs children are gifts from God as is any child. Downs kids are so very loving and caring. I find it unfortunate that your parents apparently forgot to teach you about love and compassion. “Perhaps it is the unfortunate woman of a Down syndrome child who made a complaint.”

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