ALASKAN Bush People's Bear Brown sparked rumors he's got a new girlfriend after he posted a snap of his female "friend" on a hike.
The 33-year-old shared a photo of the mystery girl smiling as she sat on a grassy hill – one day after Raiven Adams, the mother of his baby son, called him a "low life".
Bear captioned the photo: "Hanging out with a friend! It was a good day, with a beautiful view!"
While the Discovery Channel star didn't say there was anything romantic going on with the girl, his followers were convinced he'd moved on from Raiven.
One commented: "New girlfriend for you, Bear? She's cute."
Another asked, "More than a friend?" while a third fan urged, "Move on from Raiven. Be happy Bear!"
Raiven – who gave birth to their son, River, in March – shaded Bear in her Instagram Stories on Monday, saying that she felt belittled by the reality star.
The 23-year-old wrote: “If your baby’s mother takes care of your child day in and day out, takes the child to every appointment, makes sure the child eats, is safe, happy , etc . and you can’t respect her, [you're] a low life that will never respect anyone…
“…So next time you call her names and belittle her, think about what she does for your child."
She added: “Y’all men need to open your eyes. Being a mom isn’t easy. Respect is the least you can have for her.”
Raiven’s response comes after Bear posted his "test results" showing he was clean in response to her previous claims that he "abuses cocaine".
The TV star shared the document on his Instagram page with the caption: "I wanted everyone to know the truth without a doubt!"
He added: "They say a picture is a thousand words! I was accused of something I didn't do! I DON'T DO DRUGS!"
"I DON'T DO DRUGS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!"
Bear's defiant posts came after he was hit with disturbing allegations, including threatening Raiven with a gun.
According to the Alaskan court papers, he started exhibiting "erratic" and "abusive" behavior soon after the couple began dating.
Raiven wrote the ABP star began "yelling, slamming things, preventing me from leaving rooms."
She said he told her his behavior was caused by "cocaine."
Since then, Bear has threatened to reveal "the truth" after alleging Raiven had "lied" about the drug accusations and claims he brandished a gun on her.
Bear and Raiven have had a tumultuous relationship and in February, a month before she gave birth to their son, River, she filed a restraining order accusing Bear of exhibiting “erratic” and “abusive” behavior.
Now, Bear has alleged that the mom-of-one has been "lying," and has called the situation "heartbreaking."
Posting on Instagram, he shared: "I have something to say!
"Everything that Raiven has told the news tabloids and has insinuated about me, is a mean abusive lie and I will no longer stand by and say nothing!
Who are the Alaskan Bush People and why did they leave Alaska?
The Alaskan Bush People are a family from Alaska’s wilderness.
For more than eight seasons, the hit Discovery Channel’s reality TV show has followed the Brown’s daily life in the wilderness as well as that of their seven children.
Ami Brown, 55, and her husband Billy, 66 live with their five sons, Matt, 36, Bam, 34, Bear, 31, Gabe, 29, and Noah, 26, and daughters Bird, 24, and Rain, 16, in Washington State.
Originally, they were located near Hoonah, Alaska, or “Browntown” as the family called it.
Browntown was a series of homes the family built themselves using materials from the Alaskan bush.
The Browns left Alaska due to a sudden cancer diagnosis with Ami, the matriarch of the family.
He went on to allege that it was "Raiven who was abusive toward me and she continues to be so, by constantly lying about me," adding: "I will not stand by and do nothing!"
Bear confirmed he is the father of River in May after taking a DNA test.
He insisted that the news was "never any doubt but in order for me to get equal rights as a parent that is one thing I had to prove that I am actually River's dad.”
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