The brother of the troubled Alaskan Bush People’s star Solomon ‘Bear Brown has posted a motivating message in the midst of his custody battle.
Gabe Brown, took his fans to hell on Instagram to “never give up” in a heartfelt post.
He wrote, “In case no one ever told you. You can do anything you can think of, so dream big and never give up.”
“Remember that God gives to those who ask. He also knows what things you need before you ask. Trust in the voice of God/love that is within you, feel with your spirit and follow your heart. God bless us all.
His message comes as the bitterness between Bear Brown and his former stranger Raiven Adams intensified.
Raiven Adams, gave birth to their son River in March, although Bear originally denied being the father. But since then he has asked for a DNA test to prove he is the father and said he would have wanted joint custody if he was.
Raiven Adams had filed a restraining order against Bear Brown before River was born and later dropped it, but accused her ex of being violent.
She recently admitted in an Instagram Q&A that she was “rebuilding herself” and “processing the pain” after the alleged abuse.
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Just in case no one ever told you. You can do anything you put your mind to, so dream big, and never give up. Remember God gives to those who ask. He also knows what things you have need of before you ask. Trust the voice of God/love That's inside of you, feel with your spirit, and follow your heart. God bless us all. 😊
She gave birth to River, the baby of Discovery Channel’s Alaskan Bush People in March and came out of the hospital earlier this month. Raiven said, “Mentally taking her day by day is much better now that I am in a new situation and my baby is safe and sound.
Mostly I’m trying to get myself back on my feet”. I always told myself that I could grieve after she was born. When she couldn’t feel my emotions”. The 23-year-old continued: “But just seeing my baby helps me a lot. But I was able to process my grief and work on it”.
She added that while River is “happy and sweet,” he wakes up every two hours, so she is “exhausted and adjusting. In February, Raiven accused Bear Brown of threatening her with a gun and claiming that “the gun laws don’t apply to him.
Bear Brown began to show “erratic” and “abusive” behavior immediately after the couple started dating, he said in court documents obtained from The Sun.
Raiven wrote that the Alaskan Bush People star started “screaming, banging things, preventing me from leaving the rooms”.
One man’s mom said he started threatening to “kick her out” and started “withholding food and money” when she expressed concerns about her alleged drug abuse.
In another disturbing statement, she said he would use a gun as “intimidation,” and told her that “gun laws do not apply to him. After the revelation Bear Brown recently posted, he pretended to fire a gun in a new YouTube video.
The Alaskan Bush People star posted a bizarre animation-style movie in which she pointed a video game gun at his TV screen, shouting, “That’s right, come and get it! Shot in the head, shot in the head, shot in the head!”
The Alaskan Bush People star posted the clip – which he called “Strangekid” – on his channel, writing: “This is a project I’m working on!”