Alaskan Bush People Spoilers: Why Locals Allegedly Don’t Want Brown Family Back
Alaskan Bush People spoilers reveal that locals allegedly don’t want the Brown family to return. The Things reports that, with the family possibly returning to Alaska to film, natives aren’t too happy. Though the family claimed to live off the land, the backstory wasn’t without questionable elements. Read on to learn how that doubt has some locals with a bad taste in their mouths.
Alaskan Bush People Spoilers: Boat Spotted
According to Alaska Republic media, Alaskan Bush People traveled to the Southeast Alaskan community of Petersburg last month, apparently seeking to buy land. However, they were not met with the welcome they might have hoped for.
After living in Washington State for the last three years, when they showed up trying to buy land, locals like Mark Hofstad did not welcome the family. According to Hofsted, he first noticed the boat belonging to Alaskan Bush People moored in Petersburg’s South Harbor in early July.
Ami Brown’s Relationship
Alaskan Bush People spoilers reveal that fans began to notice some discrepancies with the Brown family’s math with regard to Ami Brown and Billy Brown’s marriage. Apparently, Billy married Ami when she was just 15 and he was 26
Over time, fans began to question the show’s origins, especially when they did the math and realized an uncomfortable truth about patriarch Billy’s age at the time of his marriage to a 15-year-old Ami Brown. But it wasn’t just the family dynamics that had people questioning the Brown crew.
ABP Spoilers: No More Lies
Though the show was reportedly filmed in the Alaskan Bush as it claimed, it was also very close to town. In fact, the Browns were often spotted in town, living in hotels, and ordering pizza. Also notable is that all the Brown children had a strong social media presence.
The idea that the entire show is based on a lie is nothing new to Alaskan locals. Last year, Radar Online noted that though Billy told fans he and his family lived in the wilderness, it was later discovered he and his wife Ami and their seven kids, actually lived in a “cozy Hoonah, Alaska hotel” while filming the show.
What Happens Next?
Whatever the case may be, at least some Alaskan natives don’t want the show to return. If the Brown family isn’t welcome back, will they move anyway and risk the natives’ wrath? That remains to be seen, so we will have to wait to find out what the family does next.
What do you think of this situation? Do you believe that locals don’t want the Brown family to return to Alaska? Do you think that the Brown family should come clean and be honest about their lives? Or is it all justifiable in the name of entertainment?
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