The family of the ‘Alaskan Bush People’ is said to be living in a (dollar)2.7 million mansion, dividing fans in the wake of Billy Brown’s death.
After learning that the Discovery family does not live in the woods, Alaskan Bush People fans were taken aback.
The Alaskan way of life depicted on the show is in stark contrast to what viewers and critics claim.
This has only gotten worse since the death of patriarch Billy Brown, though some of his children’s actions may change the Browns’ normalcy.
Recent events have seen brothers feuding, lawsuits filed against Brown’s estate, and even accusations leveled at the patriarch’s wealth.
Others have left the family to return to Alaska and appear to live the life they see on TV.
Following mother Ami Brown’s cancer diagnosis and treatment in 2017, the Brown family is said to be living in a (dollar)2.7 million Beverly Hills mansion.
Since 2018, the family has resided on a 435-acre property in Washington’s North Cascade Mountains, close to Discovery program filming locations.
The cancer treatments were the reason for both moves, according to an interview with Ami Brown in PEOPLE.
However, as the family came to terms with Brown’s death, his estate and financial information became public.
Brown did not sign a will before his death, according to a previous PopCulture report, leaving his wife to ask to be the personal representative of his estate.
She listed Brown’s total assets as (dollar)439,000 after taking over the role, with (dollar)415,000 in real estate for four parcels of land.
She also mentioned Brown’s Wells Fargo bank account, where he had (dollar)2,000 saved.
His furniture and other personal belongings are worth (dollar)10,000, while his livestock is worth (dollar)20,000.
Brown also had medical bills totaling (dollar)27,000 to pay.
His estate was estimated to be worth (dollar)412,0000 in total.
There isn’t any mention of a mansion.
While these claims have been twisted and changed due to the circumstances, there have been numerous other instances where the truth about Alaskan Bush People differs from what is depicted on television.
The Brown family’s “seclusion” is broken by gunshots, according to the Discovery series, according to a 2016 report in the Anchorage Daily News.
A neighbor, on the other hand, fired fireworks at a helicopter filming the show.
“The whole house is shaking; my youngest son Ethan, who was about 4 at the time, is crying,” said Jason Hoke, a neighbor.
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‘Alaskan Bush People’ Family Reportedly Living in $2.7 Million Mansion Divides Fans Amid Billy Brown Death
Watching Alaskan bush people really speaks to my heart living out open beautiful land
— 👑KweenB👑 (@tinessab) November 28, 2020
my mental stability rn is a jenga tower and I am one block away from running away and joining the alaskan bush people
— natalie (@nathilliard9) November 28, 2020
— Hamilton Brooks (@HamiltonBrooks4) November 24, 2020
“Time to spend Thanksgiving with my family” I say as I turn on Alaskan Bush People
— la nariz del diablo (@AekprrAcdeellnv) November 24, 2020
Alaska Bullshit People. What a farce.
— Thomas Normandy Austin (@ThomasAwesomeAu) November 29, 2020
Typical… Alaskan Bush People is a crock of shit….https://t.co/AbbnMC18fU
— Scruffmeister (@Scruffmeister1) November 25, 2020
#AlaskanBushPeople C’mon! Call it adventure-reality it’s not! Getting the house built for Mom & Dad as Gabe says on tonight’s episode! Gig is up! We know none of you live there! There’s even a question as to your owning any animals! It’s over, Discovery!
— Jeanne Jacobs (@jeannej44) November 25, 2020
Just found out that Billy and Bam from Alaskan Bush People didn’t actually live in Alaska and now I don’t know what to do with my life.
— Len (@LenRavelo) November 28, 2020