Fans of Alaskan Bush People have learned that Noah Brown is no longer living on the family homestead with his wife and young son in their home. Instead, Noah has joined a few other siblings who have also decided to leave their mountain home for more cushy accommodations.
Fans will remember that back in August of 2020, the entire family was forced off the mountain in the season finale as their mountain retreat burned around them. The wildfire made national news as Okanogan County, Washington, burned for days. Sadly then, in February, Billy Brown passed away at the age of 68 after suffering a seizure. The wolf pack was saddened but honored their patriarch by talking about how he had chased his dream and made his love of nature a joy for all around him.
Noah decided to explain to his followers on Instagram why he is no longer living at Brown Town like his father had dreamed all his children would do. According to the reality star, the move had nothing to do with the drama between him and his siblings. Noah revealed that he and his wife, Rhain, had lost almost all their possessions during the Palmer Mountain wildfire and decided to start renting a house.
The 28-year-old shared a photo of the trees around his old hearth and wrote that he was going to set the record straight so fans would stop speculating. The father of one revealed that the mountain and North Star Ranch would always be their home, but they had to make a choice to leave for a little bit. Under the picture he posted, he wrote, “Rhain and I personally lost everything in the Palmer mountain wildfire; so we are in a rent house until we can rebuild what we lost." The couple thanked their followers for their prayers and well wishes during the difficult time. Only last week, the couple, who are usually quiet on social media, announced that they were expecting their second child. They already have a two-year-old son named Elijah.
The entire Brown family has had their share of drama in the recent months. Matt Brown revealed that his parents got him hooked on cocaine with the help of production, and he also shared that the show was a farce. Meanwhile, Bear Brown once again broke up with Raiven Adams after a whirlwind and toxic relationship. There has been no word on when the next season will premiere, but Bear has hinted there will be one. So naturally, Alaskan Bush People fans are hoping all the drama was caught on camera.
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