Alaskan Bush People star Raiven Adams posts snappy reply after fans spot someone missing from her wedding pics

ALASKAN Bush People's Raiven Adams gave a snappy reply after fans spotted a missing relative from her wedding pictures.

Raiven tied the knot with Bear Brown, 34, in a ceremony attended by friends and family over the weekend.


But as she shared a series of romantic images from the day on her Instagram page, some fans wanted to know why Bear's elder brother Matt was not among guests.

One follower queried: "Where is the oldest brother brown? Never see him anymore".

To which Raiven, who is mom to two-year-old River, replied: "That has nothing to do with me so not my place to answer".

The estranged family member has not been seen on the show since he was accused of rape by two women.

The eldest child of Billy and Ami Brown Matt, 38, first entered a rehab facility for alcohol abuse in 2016.

While the rest of the Brown clan relocated to Washington, Matt moved to California where he underwent treatment at the Betty Ford Center for addiction.

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Matt said at the time that he'd started to notice himself "spiraling" after spending more time in Juneau, Alaska, telling People he was drinking with friends and making "bad choices".

Some of those allegedly came in 2018, when Matt was accused of raping two women.

Both women reported the alleged rapes to the LAPD’s Topanga Division, who launched an investigation and passed the case to the Los Angeles County District Attorney's office.

However, the DA's office later declined to prosecute.

The former reality star returned to rehab a second time in September 2018, explaining that "after a year of ups and downs" he hoped to have his "life back on track soon."

In an Instagram video uploaded last month, he shared: "I'm focusing this year on kind of doing my own thing. Instead of holding to the old traditions and stuff of Christmases from the past, I intend to just kind of make my own thing now.

"And I'm really kind of excited about it, you know?"


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