Alaskan Bush People’s star Bear Brown has filed “evidence” in court that he is the father of the son of his ex-girlfriend Raiven Adams in the middle of their custody battle, The Sun can reveal exclusively.
According to court records, 22-year-old Raiven Adams responded to Bear Brown’s request to establish paternity and obtain joint custody of River on May 4.
Raiven Adams also obtained an attorney in their custody battle. Bear Brown, providing evidence of paternity in court, comes after claiming in an Instagram video to be River’s father.
Bear Brown said in the video, “Hey folks, I have some great news to share with all of you. It’s 100% official – River is my son, I got the results today.
“It’s great news, there was never any doubt about it, but in order to have equal rights as a parent I had to prove that I really am River’s father.”
Raiven Adams welcomed River on March 9, 2020 and raised him on her own because Orso was not present at birth and has not yet met him. Raiven stayed in the hospital with her son after the birth, having been born several weeks prematurely.
The Sun only broke Bear Brown’s request for custody which read: “If Solomon is, in fact, the biological father of the minor child, legal and physical custody, the visit and all related matters should be determined”.
He argued that it is “in the best interest of the child that Solomon be granted joint legal custody” and “shared physical custody” of River.
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The Alaskan Bush People star has asked that he, Raiven and River undergo a genetic DNA test to confirm they are the father. Bear Brown and Raiven had a tumultuous relationship.
Raiven filed a restraining order against Bear Brown in February, accusing him of showing “erratic” and “abusive” behavior.
She dropped the restraining order three days before their son was born. Bear Brown claimed in social media that he was not informed of River’s birth until days later.
But Raiven responded by stating that he “mentally abused her for months” and that she tried to contact him during labor and after the birth. Raiven sent text messages where she told him, “Call me.
Raiven vowed to “keep his son away” from Bear while urging fans to see his side. She wrote on Instagram in March: “Too many people talk after hearing only part of the story.
“Judging a situation without being present and knowing the real facts ruins lives and relationships, so it’s better to know the whole story before you attack someone and make false accusations.