The cast of  "Sister Wives"
Things still don't seem to be getting better in "Sister Wives" stars Kody and Meri Brown's marriage.Pictured (L-R): Meri, Janelle, Kody, Christine and Robyn Brown at the Summer TCA Press Tour in Beverly Hills, California on Aug. 6, 2010. Getty Images

The Brown family, famous for documenting their polygamous lifestyle on TLC’s “Sister Wives,” have assured fans they are safe and were not present at a Las Vegas concert that saw a man open fire and kill at least 50 people in the early morning hours of Oct. 2.

Kody Brown, the family patriarch, took to Twitter on Monday morning to share with fans that he and the rest of his large family were all safe, expressing shock over the shooting as well, after admitting that seven members of the large family had been at a concert across the street from the Route 91 Harvest festival earlier that weekend.

Kody and all four of his wives, Meri, Robyn, Christine and Janelle, as well as eldest son Logan and his fiancée, Michelle, were in attendance at an Imagine Dragons concert at the T-Mobile Arena on Friday night. The arena is located in the densely populated area of the Las Vegas strip near the New York New York Casino and hotel, roughly one block away from the Mandalay Bay, where Stephen Paddock opened fire on attendees at the Harvest festival, which was taking place at a venue across the street.

One night later, Kody and Janelle also attended a Depeche Mode concert at T-Mobile arena. The shooting occurred the following night.

His other extended family members, including Meri, Janelle and Christine, have all since taken to Twitter as well to share their thoughts and heartbreak over the situation.

Kody’s eldest daughter with Janelle, Madison, also took to social media, sharing prayers on Instagram and also alerting fans that the entire family was safe.

The Browns aren’t the only members of the TLC family to reach out on social media in regards to the shooting. The Duggar family has also responded to the tragedy, joining a long list of other celebrities who have spoken out in one way or another on social media platforms.

Also among those who have since spoken out was Tarek El Moussa, the star of HGTV’s “Flip of Flop,” who had been in attendance at the actual concert, but has since revealed he was safe.

The shooting occurred when Paddock, 64, reportedly opened fire on the country music concert from the window of his room on the 32nd floor of Mandalay Bay, during singer Jason Aldean’s set. 50 people have since been confirmed dead and over 400 others have been reported injured.

Aldean and other country music artists who were at the concert have all also taken to social media to alert fans to their safety and share their heartbreak over what occurred. Most notably, Chris Young, took to Twitter to share his account of the events, sharing how he had hidden as the shots rained out. He also revealed afterwards that he was still “literally shaking” from what had happened.

It is currently unclear why Paddock opened fire on the concert, though reluctance to label him as a terrorist has led to some ire on social media.