‘Alaskan Bush People’ To Lose Cast Member? Why Matt Brown’s Rehab Stint Might See Him Leave Show

Toni Matthews - Author
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Jun. 29 2016, Updated 10:26 a.m. ET

The final twist in this season of Alaskan Bush People may have nothing to do with patriarch Billy and son Josh “Bam Bam” Brown heading to jail. Instead, we may find out that oldest son Matt may be leaving behind Browntown and the Alaskan Bush People series in an effort to face his inner demons.

Radar Onlinerecently reported the Alaskan reality TV star had already secretly checked into rehab.

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“[E]arlier this month, local sources told Radar that the 33-year-old had secretly checked into rehab.

“Now, three years after his shocking arrest, Matt’s problems were finally addressed on the last episode of the Discovery Channel reality show in a tense confrontation between patriarch Billy and his son.

“In recent weeks, the entire Brown clan has been traveling around the state capital of Juneau — but Matt has been noticeably absent.”

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“Judgement Day,” the most recent episode of Alaskan Bush People, seemed to be laying the groundwork for an on-air confession by the troubled “Wolf Pack” member. As previously noted, the confrontation between Billy and Matt seemed out-of-place. The overall tone of the episode was much different from the conversation, and it’s possible the encounter was edited into the actual episode to help make next week’s episode make sense to viewers.

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