If you've ever wondered what in the world it would be like to live next door to the Alaskan Bush People stars, there might finally be some answers. The Brown family recently moved from LA to a $500,000 lakefront house in Omak, WA to begin filming the next season of their Discovery channel show, and according to Radar Online the locals are not happy about it.
"Omak is a small conservative town. We're not like Hollywood and we don't like strangers running around," one resident said. "We're old-school. We can't tolerate having them in our town." Not only is the Brown family's presence not welcome in the small town, but their camera crew isn't either.
The source continued, "They’re guarded by the film crew. We’re all sick of the whole thing." While it's unclear when the Browns will make their way back into your living room, it is clear that in the middle of production they are under lots of scrutiny by their neighbors who seemingly watch their every move.
An onlooker reportedly spotted Rain and Gabe Brown recently in a nearby Walmart and said they "were playing together similar to the way they do in the show, laughing and talking," but it also looked like something was off.
"They seemed like they were trying to be happy," the insider shared. "It looked like something might have been bothering them." Although it's unclear what could have been upsetting the siblings, this town's residents certainly aren't hiding their own feelings when it comes to the famous family.
As we previously reported, the Alaskan Bush People stars made the decision to relocate to Washington after spending a year in LA so the matriarch of the family, Ami Brown, could receive treatment for lung cancer. The 54-year-old was diagnosed last year just before Christmas, though she more recently had a clean bill of health.