'Seeking Sister Wife' Star Bernie McGee Dies, Wife Claims Her Brother 'Killed' Him

Paige McGee has confirmed that her 41-year-old husband passed away over the weekend after he suffered from heat stroke and a heart attack while he riding his bike.

AceShowbiz - "Seeking Sister Wife" is mourning the loss of its star. Paige McGee has confirmed that her husband Bernie passed away over the weekend after he suffered from heat stroke and a heart attack while he was out riding his bike. He was rushed to St. Dominic Hospital in Jackson, MS, but his life couldn't be saved. He was 41.

However, it appears Paige believes that her brother Patrick Marble was the reason for his death as she blames him for making her husband so stressed that his health detained. For your information, Patrick accused the couple of harassing him and they were arrested in March of stalking charges. According to TMZ, she wrote on her private Facebook account that the matter put Bernie "under so much stress and the stress of going to court this coming Wednesday with fear of 1 year in jail wore on Bernie."

"Patrick's constant lies and attacks against us caused this! Patrick and my mother having us arrested for not doing a damn thing wrong did this! We were financially put out for having to hire lawyers, investigators, and missing work for this bulls**t," she additionally said.

Concluding her post, Paige stressed that she and Patrick "do not have a relationship. We never have," adding, "Patrick Marble... YOU KILLED MY HUSBAND AND I HOPE YOU BURN IN HELL!!! And you better stay the HELL away from me and my family!"

In the meantime, TLC has released a statement regarding Bernie's passing, saying, "Our hearts go out to the McGee family following the loss of husband and father, Bernie McGee. Our thoughts are with them during this difficult time."

A GoFundMe page has also been created in the wake of his death, as Paige now "has the burden of funeral cost, her house lease is up in a month, cost of living expenses and taking care of two young boys on her own."

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