Details emerge about 'Sister Wives' star Meri Brown's online affair

More sordid details have emerged about the online affair of “Sister Wives” star Meri Brown.

In Touch published voicemails the publication claims Brown left for the person she was having an online relationship with. Brown has admitted to the affair and stated she never met the person, who turned out to be a woman posing as a man, according to People magazine.

In one voicemail, which In Touch posted online, a woman the magazine claims is Brown can be heard saying “I love you. I love you. I love you. I love you — I just do.”

A rep for TLC, the network that airs “Sister Wives,” did not immediately return FOX411’s inquiry regarding the authenticity of the voicemails.

Brown opened up about the online relationship in an interview with People magazine.

"During an emotional and vulnerable time earlier this year, I began speaking with someone online who turned out to be not who they said they were," the first wife of Kody Brown admitted. "I never met this person and I regret being drawn into this situation, but I hope because of it I can help others who find themselves in similar circumstances."

Despite the online affair, Kody Brown’s polygamous family, which includes three other wives, has stuck by Meri Brown.

"Throughout this ordeal, my family has supported and stood by me," she said. "I am grateful to them for their love and strength through this difficult time."

In 2014, Meri Brown divorced Kody Brown so he could legally marry his fourth wife; however they still consider themselves to be married in a not-legally-recognized marriage.  

The family has appeared on the TLC show “Sister Wives” since 2010.