To viewers of “Alaskan Bush People,” the Browns have lived in the Alaskan wilderness for 30 years. Billy Brown says all seven of the children he has with wife, Ami, were “born and raised wild.”
It’s possible this is just one more lie to add to their growing list of fibs. Two locals tell RadarOnline that Billy, Ami, and their kids actually live in a nice hotel in Hoonah, Alaska.
Neighbors Jay Erickson and Becky Hunnicutt say they see the Browns arriving and leaving from the Icy Strait Lodge at all hours.
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“All of the boys have their own rooms,” Hunnicutt claims.
The “Alaskan Bush People” family try keeping these dwellings under wraps so no one is on to their secret. According to the report, Billy’s oldest son Matt, 33, frequents the lodge’s bar and restaurant.
A separate source claims that Matt is ready and anxious to “hook up with girls on his home turf.”
“Matt is very good with the ladies, charming and funny. A natural flirt,” an insider says. “He holds nothing back when trying to get up a girl’s skirt. He even has memorized pick up lines!”
It’s even said that some of Discovery’s crew members “kick back” at the Icy Strait as well. Erickson and Hunnicutt go on to say that Matt lived with some of the crew at the nearby Misty Bay Lodge, but he has since returned to the Icy Strait.
Sources say that the Browns have only spent the night in the rugged Browntown village while “Alaskan Bush People” is being filmed.
Do you believe the Browns are lying about where they really live?