Ami Brown isn’t going back into the shadows quietly, as the Alaskan Bush People star has decided to appeal a judge’s recent motion regarding Billy Brown’s estate.
Since Billy Brown’s death in February 2021, Ami Brown has been picking up the pieces of his family. For months, she has been fighting a lawsuit that Billy left behind and hasn’t made much progress.
Alaskan Bush People showed viewers that family is everything to the Browns. Billy and Ami Brown made the decision to raise their children away from the continental United States. The parents taught their children how to survive on their own and hoped to pass on the legacy of the North Star Ranch. Now that the patriarch is gone, Ami has become head of the family and has done her best to keep the family afloat.
’Alaskan Bush People’: Ami Brown Appeals Judge’s Decision On Lawsuit
According to The Sun, Ami Brown has decided to appeal a judge’s recent decision that would allow Dr. Robert Maughon to move forward with his $500,000 lawsuit. Viewers of Alaskan Bush People will recall that the Tennessee doctor claimed to have invested money in Billy’s business, aptly named Alaskan Wilderness Family Productions. The lawsuit is over a breach of contract claim in which the doctor says Billy failed to pay him his share of the profits.
Ami has managed Billy’s estate as his representative since his passing. Ami and his legal team sought to have the lawsuit dismissed, arguing that there was a lack of “subject matter jurisdiction.” The Alaskan Bush People star’s representation suggested that the federal court was not qualified to rule on a case that was actually a probate case. Just last week, a D.C. judge denied Ami’s request. Ami has not spoken about the lawsuit or made any public appearances in court.