Alaskan Bush People’s star Bear Brown has filed the results of the paternity test in court as she enters a bitter custody battle with her ex, Raiven Adams.
The 31-year-old – who initially denied being River’s nine-week-old father – has confirmed that he is the father after taking the DNA test and his lawyers have now sent the documents to the Alaskan courts.
Bear Brown filed the documents in response to Raiven Adams’s counterclaims in which he asked for sole custody of his son after he requested joint custody.
Raiven’s 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 of the minor child”. She requests that Bear have a “limited visit” with the two-month-old.
Alaskan Bush People: Bear’s Ex-girlfriend Raiven Adams Is Demanding Full Custody Of Their Son River
Raiven also asks the Alaskan Bush People. Bear Brown previously revealed in an Instagram video
The Bear said in the movie, “Hey, everybody, 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, but in order to have equal rights as a parent, I had to prove that I really am River’s father.” Raiven Adams gave birth to River on March 9, 2020 and raised him on her own as Bear was not present at birth and has not yet met him.
Bear Brown and Raiven had a tumultuous relationship. She filed a restraining order against Bear in February, accusing him of showing “erratic” and “abusive” behavior.
She claimed he threatened her with a gun and bragged that “gun laws don’t apply” to him.
Since then, the restraining order has been lifted.