Alaskan Bush People‘s Bear Brown filed court papers that diss Raiven Adams by saying her baby, River Anthony Adams is not his son. Although he’s been sharing happy baby news for months now, even after the two split, and seemed to acknowledge “his” son’s birth, now he’s saying something else in a new court case. Check out the latest in the Bear versus Raiven saga.
Alaskan Bush People: Bear Brown’s Fall Split With Raiven Adams Triggers Paternity Question
If you follow the ABP family online, as well as on the show, you’ll know that Bear Brown met Raiven Adams at his brother Noah Brown’s wedding. That happened back in 2018. Then, Raiven and her then-boyfriend Bear went Instagram official and she filmed a few episodes of Alaskan Bush People.
But the real drama played out online, not on the Discovery Channel show Alaskan Bush People. Then, in September 2019, Raiven Adams revealed she was pregnant and reportedly confirmed she was involved with a woman before. Then, she and Bear Brown reunited only to split for good in November 2019.
Now, there may or may not be a new member of the Alaskan Bush People wolf pack. Because Bear Brown filed papers with the court saying he’s not the father of Raiven Adams’ baby. That came a couple of days after Raiven gave birth and dropped the restraining order case she’d filed against him.
Bear Says Raiven’s Baby Looks Like Him – Then Denies It in Court Docs?
Not long after Raiven Adams birthed her son River Anthony, Alaskan Bush People star Bear Brown shared the same photos of the little boy. Bear said he got the pics first and Raiven said he could share them. At the time, Bear referred to the little boy as “his father’s mini-me”, implying he’s the dad.
Then a fan commented “there is no doubt”. But apparently there is some. The question is when did doubt seep into Bear Brown’s mind. Alaskan Bush People followers know he and Raiven were on again-off again for a while. And many doubted her pregnancy timeline because of the size of her bump.
You can see above a photo where Raiven Adams says she was eight weeks along. One commenter noted it’s a “big belly” and suggested it looks like twins. So, did Bear Brown from Alaskan Bush People harbor paternity suspicions all along – or is this a new thing?
Alaskan Bush People Legal News: Bear Brown Files Court Case – Says He’s Not the Daddy
Despite just saying on a photo of River that the baby looks like him, Bear Brown turned around and filed a court case on March 12 to disestablish paternity. In legalese, that means the Alaskan Bush People star is telling the court that he is not the biological father of Raiven Adams’ baby and wants legal proof.
While you can see above that the documents are confidential, the youngest Alaskan Bush People son made it clear. This filing confirms Bear Brown’s taking steps to cut legal ties and the one way to disestablish paternity with certainty is a DNA test. And Raiven’s been served a summons.
Unless Bear drops the case (as Raiven Adams dropped her restraining order), they’ll likely set up a paternity test to see if baby River’s a match for Bear Brown. If so, then Raiven Adams should be entitled to some of that Discovery Channel series money, right? Check back for more on this.
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