Alaskan Bush People wouldn't be a reality show without some relationship drama, and although the Brown family, the protagonists of the show, may live off-grid, they can't escape matters of the heart.
Discovery Channel's reality-documentary series Alaskan Bush People has been on air since 2014, and it is in Season 12 as of this writing. The show follows the Bear family— Billy, his wife, Ami, and their seven grown children, who attempt to survive the wilderness (they moved from Alaska to Washington), detached from modern society. As fans may know, Bear Brown — one of the stars of the show— has had an on-again, off-again relationship with Raiven Adams. The couple first met at Bear's brother's wedding in August 2018, and they went public with their relationship in July of 2019, per People. Brown proposed in September of the same year, but the whirlwind romance did not last, though, and the couple ended their engagement two weeks later, according to Country Living. Raiven later accused Bear of physical and emotional abuse, The Sun reported.
It was just the beginning of the drama between these two, and in November 2020, Raiven has opened up about how she feels about the show. Read on to find out what Raiven Adams thinks about Alaskan Bush People and all about her relationship drama with Bear Brown.
Raiven Adams claims 'ABP' is 'not real'
After a messy breakup, Alaskan Bush People star Bear Brown welcomed a son with his ex-fiancé, Raiven Adams, on March 9, 2020, per People. The two have since engaged in a difficult custody battle and made back-and-forth remarks about each other over social media, The Sun reported.
A source also told The Sun in July 2020 that Raiven will not be appearing on Season 12, nor will her son River and that she "Had never wanted to be a part of the show." In an August 2020 Instagram Live, per The Sun, Raiven opened up about the show and reportedly said, "None of it is real. About 10 percent of it is real. My son is not going down with the show. This show is not real." Either way, Bear got to meet his son for the first time in September 2020 as COVID-19 had previously prevented (per his claims) an in-person meeting. During the visit, Bear and Raiven rekindled their love and got back together, People reported.
Whether or not the couple's relationship sticks this time, fans are hopeful they'll see more of her and baby River soon.