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Real Housewives Of Salt Lake City star Mary Cosby celebrates after charges were dropped

Mary Cosby is now out of legal trouble after avoiding charges of unlawfully housing a minor.

Charges against the 49-year-old reality star, who left The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City after season two, were dropped earlier this month, People confirmed.

On Sunday, she took to Instagram to celebrate the good news while making it clear that her main goal was to please her god.

Mary shared a social media post from another account, which wrote that she was “nothing but confirmed.”

“Confirmed about Jen Shah Jennie and now her charges are dropped,” they wrote. “Furthermore, she has never been charged with a crime involving her church, as #rhoslc women wanted. Don’t come for the queen, for God is on her side [sic].’

The post included a beaming photo of Mary wearing large aviator sunglasses.

In her caption, she made it clear that her faith is her biggest concern.

“I don’t live my life to please people, I live my life to please God,” she wrote, adding a heart and prayer hands emoji. “To the people who feel obligated to believe lies! The truth will always stand. love you guys!! So much!! Don’t worry about haters, let them worry about you [sic].’

Among those who showed their support in the comments was her former co-star Meredith Marks, who is still on the show.

Mary faced two misdemeanor charges for illegally harboring a runaway and contributing to a minor’s delinquency.

She was charged again in April 2021 and in June of that year she pleaded not guilty.

At the time, her attorney, Stephen McCaughey, told People, “Mary is saddened to have been drawn into another family’s home situation but is hopeful that this misunderstanding will soon be resolved.”

“In this case, the right decision was made to dismiss it and [Mary’s] happy with it,” he told Fox 13 on Sept. 12.

Prosecutors said their request to have the case dismissed was based on “evidence concerns.” Mary’s son Robert Cosby Jr. had also been charged in the case, although his charges were previously dropped.

Although the details of the case were vague, a lawyer for Robert claimed the whole matter was a misunderstanding after a friend came to Mary’s house to visit him.

Her mother reportedly didn’t want her daughter to spend time with him and police were called to find her.

“Instead of the Salt Lake City department focusing on real crime, they become relationship police,” Robert’s attorney, Clayton Simms, told Fox 13 last year. “The basis of this case is just a misunderstanding. We believe the case is completely unfounded.’

Prosecutors filed a motion to dismiss the case on September 1, and Judge Katherine Peters dismissed it on September 7.

Mary has been embroiled in controversy that even stretched back to her RHSLC days when viewers learned of her non-traditional marriage.

Mary revealed to viewers of the show that her husband, Robert Cosby Sr., was originally her late grandmother’s second husband.

But the reality star has also been dogged by complaints that her church – previously run by her late grandmother – is a cult. Prosecutors cited her marriage to Robert and demanding large sums of money from parishioners as evidence of shady dealings.

Her colleague Lisa Barlow claimed her boyfriend Cameron Williams left the church due to “extreme religious trauma” after giving the church $300,000 and pawning his home, allegedly at Mary’s request.

Several former parishioners interviewed by The Daily Beast also claimed that the church is a cult.

A former member, Ralph Arnold Jr., claimed that Mary said in church that “she is God on earth.”

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