Alaskan Bush People star Billy Brown’s estate is reportedly facing a lawsuit from a Tennessee doctor. Robert Maughon is suing the estate and Brown’s Alaskan Wilderness Family Productions for alleged breach of contract. Brown died on Feb. 7 at age 68, after suffering a seizure at the family’s home in Washington.May 7, 2021
Since 2018, the family has lived on a 435-acre property in the North Cascade Mountains in Washington, near filming locations for the Discovery program. According to an interview in PEOPLE with Ami Brown, the cancer treatments were the reason for both moves.Jun 6, 2021
When the Browns moved from Alaska to Washington in 2018, Matt chose to stay in California, where he had sought treatment. The decision further distanced him from his family, and he entered rehab for a second time later that year following allegations from two different women that he had sexually assaulted them.Apr 12, 2021
According to Screen Rant, the Alaskan Bush People have a net worth of around $60 million. In addition, the Brown family received a check from each episode and has money coming in from other outside sources. Each family member gets a different cut of the earring, however.Feb 28, 2021
Matthew Burton Brown (born January 10, 1981) is an American mixed martial artist currently competing in the Welterweight division of the Ultimate Fighting Championship. A professional competitor since 2004, Brown was a contestant on the seventh season of The Ultimate Fighter television series.
Ahead of his showdown against Dhiego Lima at UFC Vegas 29, Brown is getting ready for the fight in his own gym — Immortal Martial Arts in Columbus, Ohio — a facility he built from scratch that has now turned into a thriving facility for athletes of all ages from the Midwest.Jun 19, 2021