A ‘Real Housewife of SLC’ costs her husband his job, and 5 other things in the latest episode

The husband of a Housewives “friend” admits he’s behind anonymous Instagram account.

(Natalie Cass | Bravo) Whitney and Justin Rose on "The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City."

“Real Housewives of Salt Lake City” cast member Whitney Rose continues to bulldoze her way through life, oblivious to how she’s affecting others. And, in the latest episode, it appears her onscreen behavior led to her husband losing his job.

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Whitney’s husband gets fired • Justin Rose, who was the chief sales and marketing officer of LifeVantage, a Utah-based multilevel marketing company that sells dietary supplements, was let go — because, he says, of Whitney. Justin said his boss told him “how much he appreciated the work I had done, but with Whitney being a public figure, I just didn’t see how we were going to be able to make this continue to work.”

Whitney thinks Justin’s firing is an attack on her • “This has everything to do with them shaming me for what kind of woman I am,” she says. But even Whitney acknowledges that the “final straw” may have been when she and Justin stripped down, painted each other and rolled around on a canvas with Justin slapping her nearly bare bottom. “Yeah, that could be cringey,” she says, “but, like, I’m freakin’ proud of that.”

It’s also possible that sharing too much publicly about how they both cheated on their first spouses with each other while Whitney was Justin’s subordinate at a previous job didn’t play well at LifeVantage.

(Bravo) Chris Harrington, Angie Harrington, Meredith Marks and Seth Marks on "The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City."

Another husband admits he’s behind online attacks • Chris Harrington, the husband of Housewives “friend” Angie Harrington, confesses that he was behind the Instagram account @shahexposed, which attached both Jen Shah and Lisa Barlow. (The account appears to have been deleted since.) He calls it “a very immature moment” for “a 52-year-old man.” He says he did it because he believed Lisa was behind attacks against Angie, but offers no proof.

“There’s no manual to defending your wife on social media,” Chris says. (A 52-year-old man needs a manual to recognize inappropriate behavior?)

Chris does not explain why he attacked Jen • And Jen’s husband, University of Utah assistant football coach Sharrieff Shah, is puzzled and annoyed. “Why would he do that? We’ve never done anything to his family. Never said anything to his wife. Never. We’ve never done anything to him,” he says.

Heather is starting her own choir • She tells viewers, “Choir to Mormons is community, it’s worship, it’s music, and it’s service. But I can form my own choir and sing with people who feel the same as me. And that feels empowering. It feels like I’m taking a little piece of my life back.”

(Nicole Weinagart | Bravo) Heather Gay and Lisa Barlow on "The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City" reunion.

Heather lied about Lisa, and Lisa has proof • In the Season 2 reunion, Heather said Lisa sent her a message wishing her father well after he had already died. Lisa tweeted out the message and an obit proving she sent the message two days before Heather’s father died. But Heather claims Lisa is “weaponizing” her father’s obit, and she says Lisa has “lost me forever.”

They haven’t spoken to each other about it, but Lisa acknowledges she went about it “the wrong way. ... I should have picked up the phone and called her, but the intention wasn’t to hurt her back. The intention was to clear my name,” Lisa says.

The next episode of “The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City” airs Wednesday, Nov. 9, on Bravo — 7 p.m. on Dish and DirecTV; 10 p.m. on Comcast. Previous episodes can be streamed via Peacock or on demand.