Alaskan Bush People star Bear Brown has reportedly been arrested for domestic violence.
The 34-year-old — whose real name is Solomon Isiah Freedom Brown — was arrested on Friday, March 11, for domestic violence in the fourth degree, it was reported.
According to TMZ, the reality star was booked into the Okanogan County Jail on Friday before being released without bail on Monday, March 14. He is scheduled to appear in court next month to address the charges against him.
While it's unclear who the alleged victim was in the domestic violence incident, Brown's arrest comes just two months after he tied the knot with on-again, off-again partner Raiven Adams, with whom he shares son River.
The pair previously had a rocky relationship, as they initially broke off their engagement in September 2019, just two weeks after Brown got down on one knee. However, they quickly reconciled that same month following news of Adams' pregnancy before breaking up once more. The coparents eventually got back together again and tied the knot in January 2022.
According to the outlet, Adams accused him of having "erratic" and "abusive" behavior, describing an incident where he allegedly began "yelling and slamming things," as well as prevented her from "leaving rooms."
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She also claimed his behavior was caused by cocaine use, which Brown reportedly denied at the time.
Adams alleged in the court documents that Brown had been threatening to "kick her out" and started to "withhold food and money" when she questioned him about abusing drugs.
The accusations didn't stop there, as Adams maintained the reality star threatened her with a gun and insisted "gun laws don't apply to him."
Adams' restraining order was eventually dropped just three days before their son was born in March 2020, prompting Bear to file for joint custody of the infant. They eventually reached a custody agreement, according to the publication, and dated on-and-off leading up to their recent nuptials.