ALASKAN Bush People star Bear Brown's pregnant ex has dropped her restraining order against him, The Sun can exclusively report.
According to Alaskan court records, Raiven Adams made a request to change her short-term protective order on March 6.
During a hearing in Alaskan court today, a judge "dissolved" the short-term order against Bear, and withdrew the petition for a long-term protective order at Raiven's request.
The case is now officially closed, and no criminal charges were ever filed against the ABP star for his alleged abuse against Raiven.
A source told The Sun that Raiven called a "truce" with the famous family.
The insider said: "She’s having a difficult pregnancy and just wants peace. All parties are happy with how the hearing ended today."
However, the source insisted the couple will not be getting back together as Raiven prepares to deliver their first child.
Last month, The Sun exclusively reported Raiven filed a restraining order against her baby daddy demanding protection from him.
According to court papers obtained by The Blast, Bear started exhibiting "erratic" and "abusive" behavior soon after the couple began dating.
Pregnant Raiven, 23, claimed he began "yelling, slamming things, preventing me from leaving rooms."
She said he told her his behavior was caused by "cocaine," but Bear fired back that he doesn’t do drugs.
The mom-to-be claimed he began threatening to "kick her out" and started to "withhold food and money" when she expressed concerns about his alleged drug abuse.
In another disturbing claim, she said he would use a gun as "intimidation," and told her "gun laws didn't apply to him."
Raiven is set to give birth to their baby son in April, but it's unclear whether or not the couple will work through their problems in order to co-parent their child.
Taking to social media last week, Bear was feeling particularly sad about the situation as he shared an image and wrote alongside it: "My heart is broke, may I have some glue?"
Bear's younger sister, Rain, took to Instagram earlier today to share a positive message.
The 17-year-old told her followers to "stay strong" while posing for a selfie with older sister Snowbird.
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