Alaskan Bush People's Bear Brown 'pushed' & 'scratched' alleged victim in nasty fight before domestic violence arrest

ALASKAN Bush People’s Bear Brown has been accused of “pushing” and “scratching” his alleged victim in their nasty fight before his domestic violence arrest. 

The Sun broke Bear, 34, was arrested on March 11, 2022 for domestic violence assault in the fourth degree at 11:30pm. 

In the incident reported exclusively obtained by The Sun, a family member of the alleged victim called authorities to report a domestic violence incident. 

The alleged victim, who The Sun has chosen to protect the identify of, told authorities Bear was “cussing” and “being crazy” following an argument. 

Bear left and returned by “banging on the door” of a camper. 

The alleged victim did not feel comfortable letting him inside, but he “came back multiple times throughout the night.”

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The following morning, the alleged victim was on Facetime with a family member. 

According to the incident report, Bear accused the alleged victim of being “so crazy.”

The alleged victim asked him to leave, as he was “acting crazy and scary.”

He “pushed” the alleged victim onto the bed and attempted to take the person’s phone, according to the report. 

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The incident report read: “[The alleged victim] stated Solomon was holding [the alleged victim] down by having one hand on the hip and the other on hand.”

The alleged victim showed authorities a “scratch” from the altercation, which the officer confirmed was visible on the finger. 

Bear left when the alleged victim threatened to call authorities. 

The alleged victim claimed to have been pushed by Bear “a few times.”

The report continued: “[The alleged victim] became emotionally upset and was concerned due to Solomon's status they were going to attack [the alleged victim] for reporting this.”

The officer was able to locate Bear, who claimed the alleged victim was the one “banging on the door, yelling and screaming” at him. 

Bear admitted to grabbing the phone, but claimed the alleged victim “kind of hit him in the side a little bit.”

He did not admit to pushing or scratching the alleged victim. 

He was then placed under arrest. 

A family member who spoke to authorities and was on the phone during the incident heard the alleged victim saying, "Ow you're hurting me" and Bear allegedly using the words “b***h” and “crazy.”

A Washington jail confirmed he was released on March 14 after spending the weekend behind bars.

A judge approved his release without bond.  

Bear, whose real name is Solomon, has a court hearing set for April 26, 2022. 


The arrest comes just two months after the Alaskan Bush People star married Raiven, who he shares 2-year-old son River with. 

This isn’t the first time Bear has been accused of domestic violence. 

Raiven filed a restraining order against Bear during her pregnancy in February 2020, as she accused him of exhibiting “erratic” and “abusive” behavior.

She claimed in one alleged incident that he began "yelling and slamming things,” and prevented her from “leaving rooms."

The Alaskan Bush People star claimed he admitted his behavior was caused by "cocaine."

Bear denied the drug claims at the time.

Raiven claimed he began threatening to "kick her out" and started to "withhold food and money" when she expressed concerns about his alleged drug abuse.

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


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

The two were then involved in a nasty custody war over their son, who was born in March 2020, as Bear then filed for joint custody of River.

Raiven responded by requesting he receive “restricted visitation” with their son.

As The Sun previously reported, Bear and Raiven reached a custody agreement.

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The couple then reconciled and dated on-and-off before marrying in January 2022. 

They celebrated their son's second birthday last week. 

If you or someone you know is affected by any of the issues raised in this story, call RAINN (Rape, Abuse, & Incest National Network) at 800-656-HOPE (4673).

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