Alaskan Bush People's Raiven Adams says son, 4 months, has 'outgrown prematurity' as dad Bear Brown still hasn’t met him

ALASKAN Bush People star Raiven Adams revealed her 4-month-old son River has 'outgrown prematurity' and is 'hitting all his milestones.'

The 22-year-old welcomed her first child in March with ex-boyfriend Bear Brown, who she was in a nasty custody battle with.

But following her legal woes, Ravien revealed a positive health update.

Taking to her Instagram Stories, she penned: "River's pediatrician said he has outgrown prematurity!

"He is hitting all his milestones perfectly and weighs 15lbs.

"He is also very long for his age but my side of the family is tall so I bet he will be! 4lb 15oz baby is now 15lb what the heck" (sic).

Her comments come after The Sun reported Bear has never visited his son after the ABP star claimed he was "prevented" from being in contact with River.

A source previously said: "He has always been allowed to visit, but he never has.

"He most likely won’t even meet River any time soon.”

Bear, 31, filed for joint custody of River in March, as Raiven responded by requesting he receive “restricted visitation” with their son.

A source exclusively claimed to The Sun that the Alaskan Bush People star made the custody war difficult for Raiven.

The insider alleged: “He completely tortured Raiven with threatening to show up, coming to take the baby, and flying in and coming to her house.”

Raiven filed a restraining order against Bear during her pregnancy in February, accusing him of exhibiting “erratic” and “abusive” behavior.

She claimed in court papers that he threatened her with a gun and boasted “gun laws don’t apply” to him.

Raiven dropped the order only days before their son’s premature birth at 34 weeks.

As The Sun exclusively reported, Bear and Raiven reached a custody agreement in June after months of fighting.

The custody case was sealed before the agreement was officially filed with the court.

The Sun recently revealed that Raiven and River will not appear on the show’s new season.

A source shared: “They have filmed recently, but River will not be on the show."

Raiven, who appeared on Alaskan Bush People when she began dating Bear in 2019, “never wanted to be part of it.”

The insider added how Raiven’s camp is unsure if the custody battle or the birth of River will be mentioned on the upcoming season.

Season 12 of the Discovery Channel series will premiere on August 23, with a recap/lost footage episode on August 22.

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