BEAR Brown’s ex-fiancee Raiven Adams claimed Alaskan Bush People is fake in a bombshell Instagram Live.
Raiven, 22, is currently estranged from her baby daddy Bear Brown, 33, who she shares 4-month-old son River with.
Raiven appeared on Season 11 of the Discovery series when the two began dating after meeting at Bear’s brother Noah’s wedding.
Over the weekend, Raiven told all of her experience on Alaskan Bush People, including how the hit series is fake.
She said: “None of it is real. About 10 percent of it is real. My son is not going down with the show. This show is not real.”
Alaskan Bush People follows Billy and Ami, and their children Matt, Bam Bam, Bear, Gabe, Noah, Snowbird and Rain, who live in the wilderness away from modern society.
But Raiven claimed the family doesn’t live on “the mountain” as shown on the series.
She said: “When I was there, the only person who lived on the mountain was Rain and Bird, and they were living in trailers. They left half way of me living there and moved into an apartment.
“Bear asked me to fly in and meet him and that we were going to film. I asked if I could come without filming and he said they wouldn’t pay for it unless I did.
“When I showed up, I was picked up by an assistant and taken to a hotel. I met him at a restaurant. We hung out at the restaurant. I hung out with him and stayed in a hotel on and off on the mountain. They would take us to the mountain and we would film.”
She claimed she and Bear lived in a home in Loomis, Washington with his parents.
Raiven said that despite the siblings’ close bond on the show “no one gets along.”
She continued: “None of the siblings get along. The only siblings that get along are Bird and Rain.”
Discovery did not immediately respond to The Sun’s request for comment.
Alaskan Bush People has been hit with fakery claims through the years.
RadarOnline reported locals of Hoonah, Alaska spotted the ABP clan living in a cushy hotel as opposed to the wilderness when not filming.
Raiven’s Instagram Live rant came after Bear revealed he is meeting their son for the first time amid their nasty custody battle.
He said at the time: “I’ve got some news. It looks like I am finally going to be able to visit River soon.
“I should get to hold him, maybe rock him to sleep. There have been a lot of complications stopping me but I think I finally have it all worked out.
“I’m going to be able to actually hold my son. It’s going to be really awesome. I can’t wait until I can actually rock him to sleep.”
But Raiven fired back on Instagram: “I’m tired of me and my son being used for publicity. I have not been informed that Bear is coming to see River.
“I would have been informed because he is in my care. I’m not sure why he is posting that. He has always been welcome to – I recently asked him if he wanted to have a clean slate and work on co-parenting and he doesn’t want to.
“He wants to use it for publicity and attention, if he wants publicity and attention I’ll give him just that.
“He’s always been welcome to see him and he’s never come. He’s only doing it to get more ratings because the show is about to come on.”
Bear filed for joint custody of River shortly after his birth, and Raiven responded by requesting he receive “restricted visitation” with their son.
As The Sun exclusively reported, Bear and Raiven reached a custody agreement in June after months of fighting.
The custody case was sealed before the agreement was officially filed with the court.
The Sun previously reported Raiven and River will not appear on the series.
A source shared: “They have filmed recently, but River will not be on the show.”
Why did the cast of Alaskan Bush People leave Alaska?
THE ALASKAN Bush People family relocated to California to be treated at UCLA Medical Center after Ami was diagnosed with advanced lung cancer.
The Alaskan Bush People are a family from Alaska’s wilderness.
For more than eight seasons, the hit Discovery Channel’s reality TV show has followed the Brown’s daily life in the wilderness as well as that of their seven children.
Ami Brown, 55, and her husband Billy, 66 live with their five sons, Matt, 36, Bam, 34, Bear, 31, Gabe, 29, and Noah, 26, and daughters Bird, 24, and Rain, 16, in Washington State.
Raiven “never wanted to be part of it.”
The insider added how Raiven’s camp is unsure if the custody battle or the birth of River will be mentioned on the upcoming season.
Season 12 of the Discovery Channel series will premiere on August 23, with a recap/lost footage episode on August 22.
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