Alaskan Bush People's Bear Brown shows off gun after on-again girlfriend Raiven claimed 'he threatened her with firearm'

ALASKAN Bush People's Bear Brown showed off his gun nearly a year after on-again girlfriend Raiven Adams claimed he threatened her with a firearm.

On Monday night, the Alaskan Bush People star took to Instagram to display his gun, tucked under the strap of his backpack, as he stared at the camera in the dark.

Raiven, 23, reunited with Bear, 33, in late September after visiting him with their nine-month-old son, River, following their split and nasty custody battle.

Earlier this week, he shared a sweet snap of his girlfriend and son against a stunning landscape and posted several festive family snaps over Christmas.

His gun post comes after Raiven alleged he would use a firearm as "intimidation" and told her "gun laws didn't apply to him," according to court papers first obtained by The Blast in February 2020.

Raiven claimed he made threats of retaliation if she were to ever go public with the information and alleged he started exhibiting "erratic" and "abusive" behavior fueled by the drug "cocaine" while they were dating.

In April, Bear posted a bizarre animation-style video in which he aimed a video game gun at his TV, yelling "that's right, come get it! Head shot, head shot, head shot!" and joked "the name's Bond, James Bond."

In February, Raiven filed for a restraining order request against Bear and accused him of "erratic" and "abusive" behavior, accusations which her mom Kassy Michelle reiterated on Instagram at the time.

Raiven dropped the request three days before she gave birth to their son.

In July, Bear claimed that "everything that Raiven has told the news tabloids and has insinuated about me, is a mean abusive lie" and he would "no longer stand by and say nothing!"

"I never did any drugs I never threatened her with a gun or anything else she has said I did!" he raged.

"She didn’t even tell me until two days after River was born! It’s sad that someone I loved would treat me such a way! It’s heart breaking!"

Later, Bear announced that he and Raiven had reconciled after she visited him in Washington so he could meet their son – six months after River was born on March 9, 2020.

Raiven and River made the journey from Texas to Washington after the new mom confirmed that she and Bear had gotten past their anger and were back on good terms.

Bear – one of Billy and Ami Brown's seven children featured on Discovery Channel's Alaskan Bush People – and Raiven got engaged in August, only to split two weeks later.

In a shocking twist, they announced her pregnancy days after the breakup.

Their rocky relationship delayed Bear's plans to meet River – but they had "been video chatting" for six months before Bear met his son.

Ravien revealed she was pregnant soon after the couple called off their wedding.

Bear filed for joint custody of River in March, with Raiven insisting on “restricted visitation” with their son.

They did not reach a custody agreement after months of fighting but have since reunited.

The Sun exclusively revealed that just days after Raiven gave birth, Bear filed papers claiming he wasn't the legal father of the newborn.

The petition would have freed Bear of the obligation to pay child support and other financial responsibilities.

However, the Discovery Channel star later demanded joint custody of River if a DNA test proved he is the father.

Bear claimed his first filing was a “court error" and filed a petition earlier in March to establish himself as the child's father.

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