‘Alaskan Bush People’: Why Are Fans Worried About Bear Brown?

'Alaskan Bush People': Why Are Fans Worried About Bear Brown?

Bear Brown of the Alaskan bush will be back in court on April 26 to defend his innocence against domestic violence charges. The “king of extreme” has previously been accused by his now-wife Raiven Adams, but the couple seemed to be okay. In January they married and even planned to move to the North Star Ranch.

On 11 March, news broke that Bear Brown had been arrested near his home in Washington for assault on a fourth DV charge. Bear, whose real name is Solomon Isaiah Freedom Brown, was accused of pushing his wife on the bed in an attempt to get her mobile phone.

In Washington State, the law defines fourth-degree assault as an attempt to assault another person (which would allegedly be Raiven in this case) that results in contact that a reasonable person would consider offensive. Bear Brown, who has pleaded not guilty, will be tried in Okanogan Criminal Court.

‘Alaskan Bush People’: Why Are Fans Worried About Bear Brown?

Bear Brown will be hosted by an Okanogan court in Washington on Tuesday 26 April, when he faces criminal charges. Bear’s trial, which he requested on March 14 when he entered his “not guilty” plea to the judge, begins at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday. Observers are worried for the Discovery Channel star as he often gets into trouble with the law because Raiven Adams has entered his life.

According to InTouch, Raiven Adams was granted a communication ban after his arrest, which has now been lifted. The restraining order was valid for one year, but on 16 March, just two days after his court appearance, Raiven provided paperwork to the court asking for the order to be taken away. The paperwork showed that Raiven had named himself as the protected party. The newspaper shared that on March 31, the court granted Raiven’s request to withdraw the order.

Both Raiven Adams and Bear Brown have been posting more on social media as they have been spending time together. Recently, the couple took a trip to Seattle with their son River and even spent Easter at the North Star Ranch. There’s little news from the Alaska Bush People camp about the upcoming trial, but many devoted followers are hoping the case will be resolved amicably, especially since Raiven seems to be supportive of her husband.

Written by Hannah Gaynor

Hannah Gaynor is a US Reality TV/Entertainment Writer with theworldnewsdaily.


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