The Browns of Alaskan Bush People have been documenting their eccentric "wilderness" lifestyle for seven seasons now. However, fans have started questioning how honest the family is with depicting their lives. Do the Browns really live in isolation in the middle of Alaska, or is the entire show fake?
The family, who live out in an isolated part of Alaska, are known to shun modern society in preference for a simple life in "the bush." But according to several sources, including locals who know the family and fans with savvy investigation skills, some pretty surprising lies have been uncovered about the Browns and their story.
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The video below takes you through four facts that might make you see the show in a whole new light.
Out of all the behind-the-scenes secrets revealed in the video, probably the most damning is the revelation that the bush family stays in cushy lodgings when they're not filming. According to Radar, locals in Hoonah, AK have spotted the family at Icy Strait Lodge. The family is so comfortable there, oldest son Matt Brown is often seen hanging out at the lodging's bar.
“Matt is very good with the ladies, charming and funny. A natural flirt,” a source told Radar. “He holds nothing back when trying to get up a girl’s skirt. He even has memorized pick up lines!”
And today, the family has updated their living arrangements yet again. When news broke that Ami Brown had lung cancer, the family left their homestead in Alaska earlier this year to help her with her treatment. The family is now living in a million-dollar mansion in L.A.
Most of the Brown family have also started being active on social media since they're no longer in "the bush." In fact, Gabe Brown recently said he wants to "quit" social media. Sounds like they're becoming modern people already!
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