Alaskan Bush People Are Facing Possible Jail Time As They Await Judges Approval Of New Plea Deal In Theft Case

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Source: Discovery Communications

Oct. 29 2018, Updated 4:43 p.m. ET

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The stars of the hit TV show Alaskan Bush People are having a pretty dramatic start to the new year as they face possible jail time in the family’s theft and falsification case!

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A judge rejected the plea deal presented for Billy and his son Joshua Brown back in November.

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And according to, Alaska District Court records have revealed that the duo and prosecutors have to present an updated plea deal to the judge on Jan. 11.

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The Alaska Dispatch News reported that during an earlier hearing the judge told the court that Billy and Josh should be punished with at least 30 days in a correctional facility.


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