Alaskan Bush People star Bear Brown’s ex attacked by trolls for ‘making up’ abuse claim after dropping restraining order – The Sun

ALASKAN Bush People fans suspect something sinister is going on after Bear Brown's ex dropped her restraining order against him.

Just yesterday, The US Sun exclusively reported how Raiven Adams made a request to change her short-term protective order on March 6, according to Alaskan court records.

Raiven is Bear's ex girlfriend, and currently pregnant with the couple's child.

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.

Yet the swift change in circumstance surrounding the family at the heart of the reality documentary series has left some puzzled, with some questioning if the show had paid her off.

They cruelly took aim at the expectant mom with one quizzing: "I wonder how much money the poor bush people had to pay her?"

Another commented: "I bet there was a big pay off so they should be happy now," and even went on to speculate: ""What next who's the daddy saga, or is that under wraps too."

Another rudely commented: "Complete money w****.

"Nothing more. Must have been a great pay off."

There is no suggestion at all that the speculation of a pay off is true.

The unexpected legal news set another fan raging as they insisted: "I knew she was lying.

"If she REALLY was in fear for her life, no $$$ would change that."

Yesterday, a source told The Sun that Raiven had called a "truce" with the famous family.

Previously the Sun US exclusively revealed Raiven filed the order and accused the reality star of "abusive, erratic" behavior, gun threats and cocaine use.

In court papers first obtained by The Blast, the 23-year-old wrote the ABP star began "yelling, slamming things, preventing me from leaving rooms."

She said he told her his behavior was caused by "cocaine," which Bear has since denied.

The mom-to-be also claimed he began threatening to "kick her out" and started to "withhold food and money" when she expressed concerns about his alleged drug abuse.

Their child is due next month, a little baby boy.

Meanwhile, through the tough times, Bear's sister has been on hand to support him.

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