Meri Brown appears to have herself a stalker.
The Sister Wives star took to Instagram on Friday, August 20, to slam "the creeper" who apparently followed her around Costco complimenting her eyes.
Meri posted a selfie inside her car while wearing a face mask and wrote on her Instagram Story: "I'm well aware my eyes are one of my finest assets. It's one thing to compliment me on them, it's purely another to keep following me and telling me it's nice you got to stare into them again…."
"Don't be a stalker!!" she added.
Apart from dealing with her apparent grocery store stalker, Meri has also been working on moving on from her rocky relationship with her polygamist partner Kody Brown. Earlier this month, the reality star shared a cryptic quote to her social media page about not being able to fix the past, but always moving forward.
“Life doesn’t allow for us to go back and fix what we have done wrong in the past, but it does allow for us to live each day better than our last,” her post read.
Her troubling relationship with Kody first began to really crumble in 2015 when she got caught up in a catfishing scandal. At the time, she struck up an emotional relationship with someone who she believed to be a man, but was actually a woman. Their relationship has never been the same since.
Kody — who wed Meri in 1990 — previously touched on his partner's affair during a March episode of their reality show series. "Meri and I sort of saw our marriage just dissolve," he said after the emotional affair that was made public.
"We've never come back together from that," Meri admitted while Kody emphasized that the "catfish situation and basically the year before it" was just "flippin' ugly." While the two have worked through some of their issues, Kody confessed he still has no "romantic inclinations within our marriage."
Meri also lost her mom, Bonnie Ahlstrom, this year. She passed away "suddenly, unexpected and extremely way too soon," Meri shared in March. A few months later, the mom-of-one re-opened her bed and breakfast in Utah, where polygamy was recently decriminalized.