Alaskan Bush People’s Bear Brown ‘threatened to take baby away’ from ex Raiven during custody battle – The US Sun

Alaskan Bush People’s Bear Brown ‘threatened to take baby away’ from ex Raiven during custody battle – The US Sun

ALASKAN Bush People star Bear Brown allegedly “threatened” to take his 4-month-old son with ex-girlfriend Raiven Adams away from her amid their nasty custody battle.

Bear, 31, filed for joint custody of River in March, as Raiven, 22, responded by requesting he receive “restricted visitation” with their son.


A source exclusively claimed to The Sun that the Alaskan Bush People star “tortured” Raiven during their court war.

The insider alleged: “He completely tortured Raiven with threatening to show up, coming to take the baby, and flying in and coming to her house.”

Raiven filed a restraining order against Bear during her pregnancy in February, accusing him of exhibiting “erratic” and “abusive” behavior.

She claimed in court papers that he threatened her with a gun and boasted that “gun laws don’t apply” to him.

A rep for Bear responded "no comment."

The reality star's lawyer did not respond to The Sun's request for comment.


Raiven dropped the order only days before their son’s premature birth at 34 weeks.

The source said of her decision: “Raiven dropped the PPO to allow Bear to be at the birth because River’s health was very questionable at that point.

“She wanted him to meet his dad just in case he wasn’t healthy. His attorney, and his family were contacted and nobody came.”

The insider confirmed Bear, whose real name is Solomon, has yet to meet his son.

The source added: “He has always been allowed to visit, but he never has. He most likely won’t even meet River any time soon.”

As The Sun exclusively reported, Bear and Raiven reached a custody agreement in June after months of fighting.

The custody case was sealed before the agreement was officially filed with the court.

Amid the custody agreement, Raiven began to praise her baby daddy on social media.

Raiven wrote on Father’s Day: "Happy Father's Day! Hopefully by next you've met, and can have a fun day together.”

She also thanked him for gifting their son with a toy.

But only days after the court outcome, their truce appeared to be off, as Raiven deleted her Father’s Day post to him.

She wrote: “My child will grow up to be great either way. It’s your fault if you miss it!”

Raiven also shared of their court war on Instagram: “I keep catching myself being angry defending myself. What happened to me hurts me every day makes it hard to move on. Being in a situation like that destroyed me. I’m in a nasty custody battle that crushes me every day.

"I love my son so much and I only want him to have a good life. I also realize I can scream from the top of my lungs what happened but it won’t change.

“I also realize by being angry and bitter I’m losing twice. I want my baby to grow up happy and healthy. I don’t want anyone to give up a fight to stand up to say no. Never ever ever settle never take abuse never take a single thing that doesn’t make you happy. Walk away because you are strong you are worthy you are valid. My son deserves to see me smile each and every day so from here on out I’m letting it go.”


What happened with Bear Brown and Raiven Adams from Alaskan Bush People?

BEAR Brown and Raiven Adams from Alaskan Bush People were engaged for two weeks before calling off their wedding.

They had their first child together, a boy, earlier this year.

The two were embroiled in a custody battle over their son whom they named River.

Raiven has vowed to keep the couple's newborn son away from the Discovery star.

Raiven continued that she is “choosing to make a better path.”

She continued: “My son will know his father and I pray that’s a healthy relationship. I will put a smile on my face and make sure my son knows he can love his father unconditionally.

"I want the world to know what happened. I want to make a change. But more than that I want my baby to live a wonderful beautiful life."

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