Bear Brown’s ex said he was desperate to protect his premature son from “a lot of people” during the coronavirus pandemic.
Raiven Adams, 22, shared his fears on Instagram today, admitting that he would like his baby River to be “safe in my belly” after the deadly virus outbreak.
She said, “River is 10 days old, and I already miss my belly. At a time like this, I wish I could keep it safe in my belly. I pray he can leave the hospital soon. Then she can get away from a lot of people.”
One concerned fan shared a message of support, writing, “You are living some of the best days of your life. Enjoy them. I miss my baby who is so small.”
But Raiven Adams said River’s early days had been ruined by fear of the spread of COVID-19, telling the fan, “This virus and some other little things about my pregnancy have made it so difficult for me to enjoy it.”But I’m trying to stay positive and enjoy my blessing.”
Raiven Adams went on a rampage after seeing this week’s Bear Brown’s Instagram post where he finally admitted to being the father of the newborn River. She also silenced the trolls’ claims that she was a gold digger and only went out with Bear Brown for money.
She shared her post after Bear Brown claimed that the court had made a mistake when she filed the application to establish paternity, and that she never intended to contest her paternity. The Alaskan Bush People star, 31, set the record straight on Instagram one week after Raiven Adams gave birth to their baby on March 9.
Meanwhile, Donald Trump has signed a $100 billion coronavirus aid package that guarantees paid sick leave and free testing.
The economic aid bill, signed Wednesday, will increase unemployment assistance and provide Americans with $1 billion in food aid. Free COVID-19 tests will be provided to Americans, as will an increase in federal funding for Medicaid and extended family leave.
The relief bill coincides with the number of coronavirus cases in the United States exceeding 8,000. Trump said in a statement, “Today, I signed H.R. 6201, the Families First Coronavirus Response Act.
“The law provides for additional emergency funding and other law changes to help the nation respond to the coronavirus outbreak.” The bill will provide $2 billion for state unemployment and improve unemployment insurance.
Paid sick leave will be offered to workers who have children in a nursery or closed school.
Companies with fewer than 500 employees will be able to take two weeks paid sick leave, as well as up to three months paid family and medical leave.