ALASKAN Bush People has turned into a bitter spat between recently separated new parents Bear Brown and Raiven Adams.
The latter, who gave birth to their son earlier this month, has today taken to her Instagram page to throw epic shade on her TV star ex – suggesting he is again being deceitful.
In the stark Instagram message, she wrote in the caption how Bear “must be sad to lie to everyone to look like a good person.”
This came alongside a screenshot of a black and white quote stating: “People will provoke you until they bring out your ugly side, then play victim when you go there.”
It appears to be a direct swipe at Bear, who only recently admitted he was the child’s father.
One Raiven fan was quick to show her disregard for River’s dad and posted: “I don’t believe his crap for one second.”
It comes after TV fans in the US demanded to hear young mum Raiven’s side of the story with regard to their break-up and suggestions he denied he was the father.
Raiven, 22, gave birth to River Anthony, who was born premature, on March 9, and has visited him everyday in the hospital while Bear has yet to meet their son.
He then revealed he wasn’t told about River’s birth until days later.
In contrast, Raiven claimed she has been “mentally abused for months” and that she did try to contact him during labor and after delivery.
Raiven posted text messages where she said: “Call me,” prior to suggesting he was using the tot for publicity.
He has since clarified he is not abandoning his child, and merely trying to establish custody of him.
Raiven gave birth just three days after dropping her restraining order against Bear, where she accused him of exhibiting “erratic” and “abusive” behavior.
While Raiven has been in the hospital with River, Bear has been on a camping trip.
Raiven went on a rant after he finally admitted he is the father of newborn River on Instagram.
Some also went as far as to claim she dropped the court charges as part of a “pay off” from the show.
It came as The US Sun exclusively reported how Raiven made a request to change her short-term protective order on March 6, according to Alaskan court records.
During a hearing in Alaskan court, a judge then “dissolved” the short-term order against Bear, and withdrew the petition for a long-term protective order at Raiven’s request.
The case is now officially closed, and no criminal charges were ever filed against the ABP star for his alleged abuse against Raiven.
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