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Sister Wives star Janelle Brown's son Garrison sent alarming final text before death aged 25

Sister Wives star Janelle Brown's son Garrison sent alarming final text before death aged 25

Garrison Brown's last alarming group text before tragic death has been revealed

The son of Sister Wives star Janelle Brown sent a final 'alarming' text before his tragic death, it has been revealed.

Garrison Brown, aged just 25, was found dead at his home in Flagstaff, Arizona, on Tuesday (5 March).

Flagstaff police said it appeared he died by suicide.

A police report said Garrison lived with three housemates, who were at the home at the time of his death and claimed they 'heard a noise but did not think that is was a gunshot'.

Garrison Brown has died at the age of 25.

It wasn't until the following day when his brother went around to check on him that he was found deceased.

Mom Janelle said she asked all of the siblings to go and check on Garrison, but it was brother Gabe who offered to check on him.

Garrison's roommates told police that they thought that Garrison was struggling with an alcohol problem at the time of his death.

Now, Janelle has confirmed the last text she received from her son before his devastating death.

Janelle shared that she and her son text back and forth for a few minutes on the day of his death, until he 'stopped responding' to her.

She claimed that her son sent an ominous group text which allegedly included staff from the TLC show's production team.

When Janelle, who wasn't included in the group text, was told about the worrying text, she sent Gabe to go and check on him.

Garrison reportedly sent the group a final text which read: "I want to hate you for sharing the good times. But I can’t. I miss these days."

The text was seen as odd to those close to him, as he was said to be 'doing okay' at the time of his death and was feeling positive about a new job opportunity at a medical facility.

The family became well known for appearing in TLC show Sister Wives.

The reality star was one of the cast members of TLC's Sister Wives and was believed to be close with his family, but was 'estranged' from father, Kody Brown.

Janelle and Kody released a joint statement on Garrison’s death Tuesday via Instagram.

“Janelle and I are deeply saddened to announce the loss of our beautiful boy Robert Garrison Brown," the statement read.

"He was a bright spot in the lives of all who knew him. Our 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 honoring his memory."

Featured Image Credit: Instagram/@janellebrown117 / Facebook

Topics: Mental Health, News, Celebrity