Alaskan Bush People star Bear Brown and his ex-girlfriend Raiven Adams have ended their annoying custody battle over their son when they have reached an agreement, The Sun can only reveal.
Bear Brown, and Raiven Adams, appeared in court Monday for a hearing on the state of their custody battle over their 3-month-old son River.
The Alaskan court confirmed to the Sun that a hearing will take place later this month to announce their custody agreement to the court. The exes appear to be on friendly terms in the middle of the custody agreement.
Raiven Adams wrote on Father’s Day, “Happy Father’s Day! Hopefully next time you’ll meet and have fun together.”
On Monday, during an interview with Instagram, Raiven Adams responded to a fan when asked if Bear Brown would meet River soon: “I’m not stopping him from meeting, if that’s what you mean, and thank you!” Raiven Adams also revealed that Bear Brown sent his son a toy with a photo subtitle: “The toy daddy sent me is a wee big but it’s fun to look at”.
As reported exclusively by the Sun, Bear Brown, whose real name is Soloman, requested “joint legal custody” and “shared physical custody” of River in March if it is established that he is the father. He later provided DNA test results that proved he is River’s father.
Raiven Adams responded by denying Bear Brown’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 interest for Raiven to have “primary physical custody.” She’s requested that Bear have a “limited visit” with the child.
Raiven Adams also asked the Alaskan Bush People star to pay child support from March 9, when River was born. Raiven raised River alone because Bear was not present at birth.