‘Alaskan Bush People’ Don’t Live In The Bush? Locals Claim Browns Regularly Ditch Browntown

Toni Matthews - Author

Jun. 10 2016, Updated 6:06 a.m. ET

Alaskan natives have apparently had enough of the Browns and their show, Alaskan Bush People. Over the past few weeks, locals and non-fans alike have lined up to reveal shocking information about the Brown clan — and the authenticity of Alaskan Bush People.

As producers worked overtime to put their stars in a decent light (following the fraud scandal), Alaskans have held nothing back about what’s really going on.

That’s why we shouldn’t be too surprised that another bombshell revelation has emerged about Alaskan Bush People.

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According to an exclusive report by Radar Online, multiple individuals in Juneau, Alaska, claim to have seen members of the Brown family out and about. One even took a photo that Radar confirmed but has yet to share. However, Radar’s sources are adamant that the family is no longer in the Hoonah.

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“‘They are in Juneau for an extended stay,’ a local insider tells Radar. ‘They never stay in Hoonah for long in the summer.’

“Onlookers spotted Bam Bam, 31, and his two younger sisters, Rain and Bird, at the Juneau Department of Motor Vehicles earlier this week.

“In a photo of the group seen by Radar, Rain appears to be wearing an Apple Watch, a pricey accessory for a girl who claims to live in the woods.”

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If the family is being paid well enough for appearing on TV, such “upgrades” will make sense. What doesn’t make sense? An alleged bush family going out of its way to avoid the bush for extended periods of time.

Unfortunately, that seems to harken back to repeated observations that Alaskan Bush People is an entirely scripted reality TV show. There were internet rumors for years that the Browns only ever stayed in Browntown for filming purposes. This latest series of eyewitness claims seem to validate that rumor.


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Sure, it’s highly likely that Alaskan Bush People is fake, that observation might have nothing to do with the Browns’ decision to relocate to the state capital. If you’ve been following Alaskan Bush People news, you’ll recall an alleged recent shakeup. Specifically, the rumors that eldest son Matt Brown is currently in rehab.

Starpulse claimed Matt entered rehab to deal with an ongoing drinking problem. As the Browns don’t like to be too far apart from one another, it’s possible the entire “Wolf Pack” relocated to the capital to support him. As the road to recovery can be a tough one, someone in Brown’s alleged position would benefit from familial support.

The threat of exposing how fake Alaskan Bush People is? Obviously not as important as supporting a Brown family member through rehab.

Despite the legitimate nature of such an act, it’s important to note that Alaskan natives insist that the family always lives outside of the bush whenever possible. We’ve understood that legal matters, Billy’s health, and now Matt’s rehab to be the causes. All of these are valid reasons to leave Browntown. To hear Alaskans talk, the family isn’t too interested in the wilderness when cameras aren’t rolling.

So what exactly is the truth?

Do you think the Alaskan Bush People stars left the bush to support son Matt? Are they only faking the bush life for the cameras? Share your thoughts and theories below!

[Image via the Discovery Channel]


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