Sister Wives' Meri Brown's catfish reportedly writing a tell-all book about her
Meri Brown just wants her catfishing scandal to go away.
But that seems unlikely to happen, considering the latest news: Her online lover plans to release a tell-all book about the affair.
"Sam Cooper," the man who Brown reportedly fell in love with and who is actually a 40-year-old Oklahoma woman named Jackie Overton, posted on "his" website about the book, Almost Meri'd, which is already available for preorder.
"I told my story following the timeline I have of the texts and voicemails," Cooper wrote. "I have only posted half of all the stuff I have. I kept some that I will never share because it’s too personal. The rest tells the stories no one knows about."
The book can be preordered for only $6, $1 for every month that he and Meri were together, Cooper wrote.
"Im (sic) exhausted but for the first time since the end of August feel like this whole thing is off of my shoulders," he added. "I think I will finally sleep all the way through the night. It’s finally over for me and I’m ready for it to be done."
The 200-page e-book is already causing problems for Brown, who "isn't happy about the book," according to a source close to the family. The insider adds, "Meri just wants to move past this already."
According to In Touch, Overton's ability to publish the book may be delayed due to her inability to produce documentation for SJC Investments, the company Cooper supposedly owns. But according to Cooper's blog, "he" expects to release the book before Christmas.