Alaska reality show stars cited for faking hunting licenses

Six members of the Brown family, the Alaska clan featured on the reality TV show Alaskan Bush People, have been charged with violating hunting and fishing license requirements.

Glennallen, Alaska.

Glennallen, Alaska. Image by ilya_ktsn / CC BY 2.0

The citations show that the Browns purchased resident hunting and fishing licenses, but they did not meet residency requirements. The family has previously encountered suspicions about their Alaska residency. In 2010, members of the family were charged with falsification. The later investigation revealed that members of the family spent time living in Colorado and Texas. According to The Discovery Channel, which airs the show, the family was ‘born and raised in the wild’ – though, apparently, not Alaska. Read more:

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