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Alaskan Bush People: Matt Brown Is Living The Quiet Life

Alaskan Bush People: Matt Brown Is Living The Quiet Life

ALASKAN Bush People’s Bear Brown may be fighting his misery.

But his brother Matt, who used to play in the show, lives a quiet life away from the media spotlights.

The 37-year-old completed six months of combined inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation in January 2019 and has spoken openly about his newly found sobriety on his Instagram.

Fans have not seen Matt on Alaska Bush People since season 8, as the Discovery star was dealing with his drug use issues while the show filmed its ninth and tenth season.

However, he has started his own You Tube Channel, which so far only contains a handful of videos.

His Instagram suggests a quiet lifestyle, with messages rich in nature, images of churches and the Bible.

The eldest brother and sister has not commented on his brother Bear’s recent misery, despite the fact that he is about to become an uncle.

Bear Brown confessed this week that his “heart is broken,” after his pregnant girlfriend filed a restraining order against him.

On Thursday, the 31-year-old Discovery Channel star shared a melancholic post with his Instagram, which said, “My heart is broken, can I have some glue?”

The reality star had previously insisted “everything is great” despite going against the accusations of his ex-girlfriend.

The Sun US exclusively revealed that pregnant Raiven Adams had filed a restraining order and accused the real-life star of “abusive, erratic” behavior, gun threats and cocaine use.

Earlier this week, Bear Brown appeared in higher minds as he shared photos on Instagram and told fans: “Everything is awesome when you’re part of a team.

Later, he wore a red, leather jacket and flashed a steely pose in an egotist who wrote “I.”

But many fans noticed a “sadness” behind his eyes in the midst of his ongoing drama with his ex.

Bear Brown is expecting a son with his ex in April, which he revealed earlier on Instagram.

Sun only reported the reality star’s pregnant ex, who filed a restraining order against him because new court documents were released.

According to the Alaskan court papers first obtained by The Blast, Bear Brown began exhibiting “erratic” and “abusive” behavior shortly after the couple began dating.

Raiven, 23, wrote the ABP star began “shouting, slamming things, making it impossible for me to leave rooms.”

She said he told her his behavior was caused by “cocaine.” Bear Brown shouted back that he wasn’t on drugs.

The expectant mother claimed he began threatening to “kick her out” and “withhold food and money” when she expressed concern about his alleged drug use.

In another disturbing allegation, she said he would use a gun as “harassment” and said that “the gun laws did not apply to him.

The TV star also claimed that he threatened retaliation if she ever came forward with the information.

This comes a week after Raiven’s mother claimed on social media that her daughter had been “mistreated” by him.

In addition to a sonogram of her “beautiful grandson,” Raiven’s mother, Kassy Michelle, shared the unborn baby boy is currently less than 3 pounds and is “trying to make an entry 10 weeks early”.

She added, “Please pray for Raiven and the baby. Stress can lead to complications in pregnancy, which is why she’s in preterm birth.”

The Discovery reality series follows the Brown family, supposedly building a life together in Alaska, before moving to Washington State in the most recent season.

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