Alaskan Bush People star Bear Brown’s ex Raiven Adams cryptically posted, she will not “beg” anyone to be in her child’s life after claiming that the star has still not met his son.
The 22-year-old from Washington sent the message loud and clear days after the Sun revealed exclusively that parents fighting for custody of their children have put an end to their ugly custody battle.
On Thursday, Raiven Adams posted a photo of a mother and child on his Instagram page. The text above the photo was read: “I will not beg anyone to come into my child’s life.
My child will grow up to be great either way“. It’s your fault if you miss it”. Although she did not mention her baby’s daddy in the post, the choice of words comes after Raiven still insists that Bear Brown, has not met their three-month-old son, River.
On Monday, the mother of one told an Instagram fan that “doesn’t prevent” the Alaskan Bush People star from having contact with their child, amid the parents’ difficulties.
She made the comment in a question and answer session, as tensions between the two seem to be improving. A fan asked if Bear will be able to meet River soon.
Raiven Adams replied, “I’m not stopping him from meeting, if that’s what you mean and thank you! The same day she shared that she’s not the one stopping the father-son duo from being face-to-face with each other, she appeared in court for a status hearing in their ongoing custody battle.
It was confirmed by The Sun that Raiven and Bear Brown ended their court war over their son when they reached an agreement. The court of Alaska confirmed to The Sun that a hearing will take place later this month to announce their guardianship agreement to the court.
The exes appear to be on friendly terms under the guardianship agreement. Raiven Adams wrote on Father’s Day: “Happy Father’s Day! Hopefully you’ll meet again, and have a nice day together.”
She also revealed that Bear Brown sent their son a toy by signing a picture: “The toy Daddy sent me is a little big, but it’s nice to look at.”