Alaskan Bush People: Lonely Bear Brown Camping Out İn The Alaskan Wilderness

Alaskan Bush People: Lonely Bear Brown Camping Out İn The Alaskan Wilderness

Alaskan Bush People’s star Bear Brown has published photos of his lonely life in solitary confinement in Alaska.

The 31-year-old was holed up in a remote location in Alaska, trying to avoid the coronavirus.

That’s also the reason he’s been given for not yet meeting his three-week-old son, River. Bear Brown published lone shots of Alaska’s wilderness and wildlife on Instagram. Some of the solemn photos are published without captions, but they capture the beauty of the Alaskan countryside.

One of them includes a self-image of Bear Brown standing near a bonfire, him standing on a giant tree and one of his iconic red shipping containers.

His most recent posts come after fans accused him of staying in a hotel rather than camping in the woods like he said he would.

Bear Brown fans called him in for posting a topless selfie, flexing his muscles on Instagram last week. “I thought he lived in the bush, I’m so confused,” one Instagram user wrote. Another one wrote, “Are you in a hotel?”

Fans are still pressing the National Geographic star for not meeting River yet.

Bear claims he’s trying to protect him from the coronavirus after his ex-foreigner Raiven Adams gave birth to their son two weeks early.

He wrote, “Hey, everybody! I just wanted to let you know I’d be with River if I could, but with everything that’s going on with this virus, it would only endanger him!

Raiven Adams said she tried to contact Bear Brown, but he ignored her. The 22-year-old welcomed River just three days after she filed a restraining order against Bear, where she claimed she had shown “erratic” and “abusive” behavior.

Bear Brown finally acknowledged that he was her father for the first time after The Sun confirmed exclusively on March 12 that the TV personality had filed a petition for restoration of paternity against Raiven.

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However, Bear Brown said the petition was a court error and insisted that he was in fact River’s father.

He told his 106,000 Instagram followers, “I’m not trying not to establish myself as Rivers’ father, I’m trying to establish myself as his father so that I have equal rights as a parent! When my petition was submitted there was a mistake in the order, it should have said that I am trying to establish myself as Rivers’ father! Not to not establish myself!”

On top of everything else, Bear Brown also suffered a severe head trauma recently. Last week he revealed to his fans that he suffered a severe head injury due to “a minor accident”.

Bear Brown posted a photo of the horrible injury to his Instagram, but did not want to reveal how it happened.

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