The former members of "Real Housewives of Salt Lake City” star Mary Cosby's church have accused her of operating a cult and calling herself a "God" amid her uncle's controversial comments against the church operations.

Rumors emerged at the show's Season 1 reunion in February, where Mary dismissed claims she was pilfering money following leaked audio recordings of her calling her congregation “stingy” and “poor,” the Decider reported.

“Clearly, I’m not gonna get on national television, be a Housewife and be in a cult,” Cosby said in her defense. “Like, come on. I believe in my church. There’s no cult. My church members know those are false allegations. Those are ridiculous. It’s the people that are looking for fault.”

The Season 2 trailer focused more on suggesting the eccentric, designer-clad preacher's ties to a cult, featuring Whitney Rose's interview with an unidentified man, who would then seemingly confirm she turned her late grandmother’s Faith Temple Pentecostal Church into a sect, where members are forced to worship her.

It further reveals Cosby’s co-star Lisa Barlow meeting with the late Salt Lake City community leader Cameron Williams, who said, “Is it a cult? Yes. Does she call herself ‘God’? Yes.” 

According to the Daily Beast, six former Faith Temple church members are supporting claims that Cosby is operating the church like a “cult," where members are urged to work at her family’s various businesses for free or under the minimum wage while treating her as their "God."

They further contended that the woman, who ironically carries a Biblical name, had been berating individuals from the podium and instilled fear that congregation members who turned their backs on Faith Temple for another church community would be condemned to hell.

Mary would also reportedly slam church attendees for not tithing enough money to fund church operations, Page Six noted.

Cosby’s uncle, Ernest Walton, would also lean on these allegations, saying his mother would not be pleased with how the church turned out under the new leadership.

“I think it’s an abomination,” he said. “Everything's coming out into the light now and everything’s coming down.”

Cosby has been known by many viewers for her unconventional religious path after securing herself a position in the church. The "RHOSLC" star married her step-grandfather, Bishop Robert Cosby, shortly after her grandmother, Rosemary “Mama” Redmon Cosby, died which also saw her inherit the elderly's multimillion-dollar estate. 

Mary Cosby Six former Faith Temple church members said the woman, who ironically carries a Biblical name, had been berating individuals from the podium and instilled fear that congregation members who turned their backs on Faith Temple for another church community would be condemned to hell. Getty Images