Alaskan Bush People’s famous Billy Brown is no longer in this world. But all he left behind is a $500,000 lawsuit for the family. Yes, you heard that right. Billy Brown’s estate has been hit with a $500,000 lawsuit. The deceased patriarch failed to pay back the investors’ profits and now the family has to suffer. What will Ami Brown do now?
Alaskan Bush People: The Estate Of Billy Has Been Sued For $500,000
A lawsuit has been filed against the estate of deceased patriarch Billy and his company Alaskan Wilderness Family Productions for wrongdoing. The Sun exclusively uncovered Tennessee doctor Robert Maughon filing a lawsuit against the Brown family estate on April 27, 2021. The person who allegedly acknowledged the agreement on January 6, 2010.
At the time, he invested $20 000. Robert also alleges that Billy Brown has agreed to pay 10% of the proceeds from the publication and sale of the Alaskan Wilderness Family Productions book. This payment arrangement was to last for ten years.
Well, it looks like Robert had to sue because Billy couldn’t pay him. The court papers state: “Billy Bryan Brown failed to pay to Plaintiff Robert Micky Maughon the monies called for in the ten-year contract”.
There are two contracts in dispute. The second claim is also made by Robert Micky Maughon. Billy also failed to meet the second contract deadline. The second contract was signed on 25 January 2009.
According to this contract, Robert invested 10 000 dollars during his lifetime. The Tennessee doctor claims that Billy Brown agreed to pay him 10% of the gross profits of Alaska Wilderness Family Productions.
In addition, it was to be paid from Billy Brown’s creative works, including books, films, television and even documentaries. Billy Brown once again failed to pay Robert. And Robert is now demanding $500,000 and a lawsuit because, in his view, Billy received $500,000 for each episode. He has now filed a creditor’s claim in Billy Brown’s estate.