Alaskan Bush People’s Bear Brown has submitted legal documents claiming that he is not the legal father of Raiven Adams’ newborn son, The Sun can report exclusively.
Just days after The Sun reported that the reality star and his ex-girlfriend had welcomed River Adams, Bear Brown and his highly-powered attorney made shocking legal moves on Thursday.
According to Alaskan court documents obtained exclusively from The Sun, Bear Brown, 31, filed a petition for determination of paternity against Raiven Adams, March 22, on March 12.
If successful, the petition will terminate River’s position as legal father and release him from child support and other financial responsibilities.
Raiven Adams has not yet responded to the petition and does not have a lawyer. This breakthrough comes days after the reality star welcomed his first child with his ex-girlfriend on March 9.
River – who weighed 4 pounds and 15 ounces – was born a few days after her mother’s request to end the short-term protection order against her famous ex, as revealed in Alaskan court documents. Bear Brown remained silent about the birth, revealing that a few days later he was “camping”.
Publishing a photo of him alone with the words, he wrote, “I’ve been camping alone! Bear Brown and Raiven Adams shared a tumultuous relationship and broke up for the last time this fall.
She had already filed a restraining order against the reality TV star in February, claiming that he had verbally abused her, threatened her with a gun and used cocaine.
Bear Brown denied having ever used drugs in a social media posting, but did not respond to the other allegations. Even though the order was temporarily granted, he later dropped it completely. A source told The Sun that the mom-to-be just wanted to “make up” with her ex and her famous family.