Alaskan Bush People star Bear Brown’s baby mama Raiven Adams beat her ‘narcissistic’ ex-boyfriend and swore ‘the fight has just begun’ after the two had just agreed to a custody arrangement.
As Sun previously reported, Bear Brown, and Raiven Adams, reached a custody agreement in their nasty battle over their 3-month-old son, River.
But the truce seems to be off, as Raiven Adams struck him on social media and deleted the post of her sweet Father’s Day dedicated to him.
She shared a quote that read, “Relationship with a narcissist in a nutshell. You go from the perfect love of their lives to nothing you do is ever good enough.
“You’ll give everything and they’ll take it all and give you less and less in return.” You’ll end up exhausted. Emotionally, mentally, spiritually and probably financially, and then you’ll get blamed.”
She wrote the quote: “This is my life, you have no idea of the abuse I’ve been through. Don’t judge me until you’ve lived a day in my shoes.
“Then you’ll be abused until the next day it feels impossible to wake up. My fight has just begun, but I will not remain silent. I won’t pretend it’s right.”
Raiven Adams also posted yesterday, “I won’t beg anyone to come into my child’s life. My child will grow up anyway. It’s your fault if you miss it!”
Raiven Adams raised River alone because Bear Brown, whose real name is Soloman, wasn’t present at birth. Raiven stayed in the hospital with her son after the birth, because he was born a few weeks prematurely.
As The Sun exclusively reported, Bear Brown asked for “joint legal guardianship” and “shared physical guardianship” over River in March if he was determined to be the father. He later provided the results of the DNA test that proved that he is River’s father.
Raiven Adams responded by denying Bear’s request for joint custody. The court filing read, “It is in the best interest of the minor child that defendant Raiven Adams have sole legal custody of the minor child.”
The documents also read that it is in River’s best interest that Raiven has “primary physical custody” and that he has “limited visitation”. Raiven Adams also asked the Alaskan Bush People star to pay child support from March 9, when River was born.
But in the midst of the custody agreement, Raiven began praising her baby daddy. Raiven wrote on Father’s Day, “Happy Father’s Day! Hopefully next time you’ll meet and have fun together.”
During an Instagram Q&A on Monday, Raiven replied to a fan when asked if Bear would meet River soon: “I’m not stopping him from meeting, if that’s what you mean and thank you!”