Alaska Bush People star Bear Brown has a restraining order against him, taken by Raiven Adams, the mother of his unborn baby. Around the same time she filed the restraining order, Raiven posted a blurb online promising to keep her unborn son safe.
Bear Hit With Restraining Order From Raiven
So, what’s going on with Bear Brown, the future father of the Alaskan Bush People tribe today? Raiven Adams requested a temporary restraining order against Solomon “Bear” Brown on February 11th. The next step is a lawsuit on February 27, for a long-term restraining order.
According to reports, Raiven Adams, 22, has applied for a restraining order on domestic violence in the legal system of Anchorage, Alaska. The 32-year-old son of the Alaskan Bush People goes by Bear Brown. But his full legal name is Solomon Isaiah Freedom Brown.
Raiven 30-Weeks Pregnant
Just before the news of the restraining order came, Raiven Adams posted that she recently had early contractions.
Raiven Adams, the future mother of the Alaskan Bush People, is 30 weeks pregnant with an expiration date of April 19. Bear Brown’s ex also reported that she is taking steroids and other medications to stop the early contractions.
Raiven Adams also claimed that she will do everything she can to protect her unborn son in the same place. Raiven also mentioned people displaying narcissism. But didn’t offer any names to go with that thought. Bear Brown’s ex-girlfriend didn’t comment on the restraining order.
Mother Knew Best?
Bear and Raiven separated for the first time shortly after the announcement of their engagement. At the time, Raiven’s mother Kassy Michelle went after Bear Brown online. She said Raiven claimed the divorce was friendly. But Kassy claimed that her daughter only said that to keep the peace.
Kassy also said that Raiven Adams signed a non-disclosure agreement for the Alaskan Bush People. But Kassy apparently didn’t sign an NDA with the Discovery Channel. So she said it left her in the dark to tell the truth. She then offered her version of Raiven’s reasons to leave the mountain to stay safe.
Kassy said that Raiven Adams had to leave Bear Brown to protect herself and her unborn baby. But she never went into details. Then she suddenly stopped making accusations against Bear. Then she withdrew from her social media sites.
Both Raiven Adams and her mother closed their Instagram page. Raiven’s mother seemed to refrain from anything to do with the Alaskan Bush People.
Then Bear and Raiven announced that a baby was on its way. Not long after that, they restarted their relationship. They got engaged again for a second time as future parents. But that didn’t last long, it was over in the blink of an eye.
From there, both Raiven Adams and Bear Brown said they intended to stay friends with the intention of co-parenting their son in the future. Now that a restraining order is in place, it seems that the plans have changed.