ALASKAN Bush People star Bear Brown has shared an update on his “work in progress” storage unit, as he continues to work to make it his new home.
The reality star first showed off his new abode on Instagram after formerly living in the wilderness of Washington State in the latest season of his family’s reality show.
Snowy mountains filled with green pine trees surround the Discovery Channel star’s place, which is a bright red storage unit.
Bear – real name Solomon Isaiah Freedom Brown – has shared a series of snaps inside his home, and his latest revealed he had placed an animal print rug down on the floor next to a red velvet love seat.
A previous picture showed the same angle but with white storage boxes taking up space, and Bear appears to have unpacked and began the process of settling in.
Inside, Bear has a bed and full-length mirror, in which he has shared several selfies, and he has bright red curtains across the windows.
The star has decorated the outside with bells and animal horns, and he also has his beloved guitar with him.
The TV personality has continued to fight for his newborn, River, in a bitter custody battle with his ex, Raiven Adams/
He initially denied he was three-month-old River’s dad but confirmed he is the father after taking a DNA test and his lawyers have now sent the paperwork to Alaska’s courts.
Last month, Bear filed the documents as a reply to Raiven’s counter-claims in which she demanded sole custody of their son after he filed for joint custody.
Raiven’s court filing read: “It is in the best interests of the minor child that defendant Raiven Adams have sole legal custody of the minor child.”
The documents also read it is in River’s best interests for Raiven to have “primary physical custody of the minor child.”
She is asking for Bear to have “restricted visitation” with the two-month-old.
Raiven is also asking the Alaskan Bush People star pay child support effective March 9, when River was born.
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