Earlier this year Gabe Brown from Alaskan Bush People became increasingly active on Instagram — but then he suddenly disappeared.
Fans were left asking what had happened, and fears grew after his vanishing act back in August came just days after he posted a cryptic post suggesting he had decided to quit Alaskan Bush People.
After rumors started spreading that something bad may have happened, his sister Rain took to Instagram not long after to reveal that he had gone swimming with his phone and then lost it — and was not dead “despite popular belief”.
More than a month and a half has passed since then and questions have again started to be raised about whether something has happened to Gabe.
However, we have good news for fans — he is in alive and well! The Alaskan Bush People star has been regularly appearing in sister Rain’s Snapchat videos over recent days and weeks. Here are some stills and clips which have been posted on social media…
Fotos recentes de Gabe ,Rainy e BIRD no Snapchat de Rainy
Posted by Alaskan Bush people Exposed on Monday, September 11, 2017
Gabe and Bird both often feature in Rain’s Snapchat videos, with the trio all currently living with their parents at a property in Beverly Hills which they are staying in while mom Ami undergoes treatment for cancer. It’s thought the other children may be staying elsewhere.
Here’s Bam Bam pictured out and about yesterday, with the picture thought to have been taken in Savannah, Georgia:
Rain recently revealed the family were “hopeful” about her mom’s future as she starts a second round of chemotherapy. It has not yet been confirmed if there will be a new season of Alaskan Bush People — but here’s the latest on a potential Season 8.
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