Alaskan Bush People’s Bear Brown insists ‘everything is awesome’ as he fights baby mama’s abuse allegations – The Sun
ALASKAN Bush People's Bear Brown has insisted "everything is awesome" despite fighting his ex girlfriend's abuse allegations.
The Sun US revealed pregnant Raiven Adams filed a restraining order and accused the reality star of "abusive, erratic" behavior, gun threats and cocaine use.
Earlier on Tuesday, Bear shared photographs on Instagram and seemed to be in high spirits, telling fans: "Everything is awesome when you're part of a team."
Later, he wore a red, leather jacket and flashed a steely pose in a selfie, writing alongside it: "Me."
But many fans noticed a "sadness" behind his eyes, amid his ongoing drama with his ex.
Another fan wrote: "You look upset."
The Sun exclusively reported the reality star's pregnant ex filed a restraining order against him, as new court documents were released.
According to the Alaskan court papers first obtained by The Blast, Bear started exhibiting "erratic" and "abusive" behavior soon after the couple began dating.
Raiven, 23, wrote the ABP star began "yelling, slamming things, preventing me from leaving rooms."
She said he told her his behavior was caused by "cocaine." Bear has fired back that he doesn’t do drugs.
The mom-to-be claimed he began threatening to "kick her out" and started to "withhold food and money" when she expressed concerns about his alleged drug abuse.
In another disturbing claim, she said he would use a gun as "intimidation," and told her "gun laws didn't apply to him."
The TV star also claimed he made threats of retaliation if she were to ever go public with the information.
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This comes a week after Raiven's mother claimed on social media that her daughter had suffered "abuse" at his hands.
Alongside a sonogram of her "beautiful grandson," Raiven's mother, Kassy Michelle, shared the unborn baby boy is currently less than 3 pounds and "trying to make an entrance 10 weeks early."
She added: "Please pray for Raiven and baby. Stress can cause complications in pregnancy which is why she’s in preterm labor."
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