Alaskan Bush People: Bear Brown Is Released On Domestic Violence Charge After Spending Time in Jail
Alaskan Bush People news reveals that show star Bear Brown was booked Friday for 4th-degree domestic violence and was released Monday from Okanogan County Jail without bail. The news of 34-year-old Solomon Isaiah Freedom Brown, known as Bear, comes as the show prepares for its 13th season.
Alaskan Bush People News: Solomon Isaiah Freedom Brown Was Arrested
TMZ obtained the police report which shows that the arresting incident began as an argument between Brown and his wife Raiven over, “cleaning their camp trailer for a move. Raiven told cops she asked Brown to watch their son, and things blew up from there.”
The report shows that Raiven claims the verbal argument turned physical and Brown, “allegedly pushed and pinned her down on a bed. Officers say they observed a scratch on Raiven, but no other physical injuries.”
Raiven was apparently talking to family members on the phone during the domestic disturbance and the individuals told police they heard Raiven yell, “Ow, you’re hurting me!” and heard Brown call her a “bitch.”
Alaskan Bush People News: Raiven and Bear Brown Involved In Domestic Violence
Brown told police that at one point he tried to grab Raiven’s phone but was never got physical with her. Despite his version of events, he was placed under arrest.
Brown and Raiven Adams married in January. They initially got engaged in August 2019, then two weeks later announced they had, “made the difficult decision to part ways as a couple.”
One day after they split, they announced that Adams was pregnant, and had now decided to reconcile. Since then they separated again, and reconciled again. They have a son named River.
Alaskan Bush People News: Bear and Raiven Have a Son Named River
Brown stars with his family on the Discovery Channel reality show Alaskan Bush People. The show is in its 13th season. The show follows the family’s exploits as they live off the grid for months at a time. The family refers to themselves as a “wolf pack” and are adept at surviving in the wilderness with only each other to rely on.
TMZ reported that The Sun broke the news of Bear’s arrest and the outlet has thus far, “reached out to Bear’s reps, Discovery Channel, and the Sheriff’s Office that made the arrest … so far, no word back.”
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