Alaskan Bush People’s Bear Brown says he's ‘an hour away’ from ‘finally getting to hold’ son with baby mama Raiven Adams

Alaskan Bush People’s Bear Brown says he's ‘an hour away’ from ‘finally getting to hold’ son with baby mama Raiven Adams


BEAR Brown has revealed he is "on his way" to hold his son for the first time, six months after he was born.

The Alaskan Bush People star took to Instagram to share a video, revealing that he "could not be more excited."

"Guess where I am going right now?" Bear said.

"I am on my way to hold my son for the first time. I could not be more excited, this will be so so so awesome."

He added: "I’m on my way right now and within a matter of an hour , I could be holding my son.

"Thank you for sticking with me through everything."

The 32-year-old reality star’s ex, Raiven Adams, welcomed their little one in March but the former couple have had a tumultuous legal battle in the months since. 

After nearly a year of feuding on social media and in the courtroom, Bear shared on social media last week hat his son would be coming to see him in person. 

He excitedly told his 142,000 Instagram followers that he had “some awesome news!”

The Discovery Channel personality continued: “Raiven is bringing little River up for a visit! 

“It’ll be the first time I’ve gotten to see him in person, but we have been talking a lot over the phone! 

“It’s gonna be so cool to be able to hold him,” he gushed of their first face-to-face contact. 

As The Sun previously reported, Raiven and her son moved to Texas from Alaska after she and Bear, 32, came to a custody agreement in June. 

She has showed off her son’s nursery and her kitchen on social media.

Bear has been residing in Washington on his family’s North Star Ranch however, the devastating Palmer Fire destroyed his family’s $1.6 million property. 

The proud father’s announcement comes after The Sun revealed that Raiven, 22, filed a proposed child support order on September 15 for River. 

A source claimed: “He’s still avoiding filing the paperwork he’s been ordered to for child support.”

Bear was ordered by the court to provide financial information in August, The Sun previously reported.

A source claimed at the time that Bear had yet to provide his financial documentation so the court could determine child support. 

The insider previously said: “Bear refuses to submit financial documents for child support. He thinks he’s above the law and can get away with not giving it to them. What he thinks is acceptable he gives."

Despite the custody drama, Raiven recently insisted on social media that the two are co-parenting well after months of fighting. 

The Alaskan Bush People star and his baby mama got engaged in 2019 after only a few months of dating. 


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