Alaskan Bush People alum Matt Brown is absent from the show. He didn’t appear on the screen after season 8. And the fans are curious to know about his whereabouts. Matt is the eldest child of Billy and Ami Brown. He is also notorious for being the most mysterious member of the Brown clan. Here is everything you need to know about the current status of Matt Brown.
Alaskan Bush People: Matt Brown’s Time At Rehab Facility
Matt Brown took solace in a rehab facility for alcohol abuse in 2016. While the rest of the Brown clan moved to Washington, Matt went to California for the treatment at Betty Ford Center for addiction. Matt opened up about his drinking with people and making some ‘bad choices’ when he noticed himself ‘spiraling.’ He then returned to the rehab facility in 2018, hoping that his life will get ‘back on track.’
Matt Brown’s Family Has Been Supporting Him
Matt’s family has been supportive of him. His father, Billy, spoke to a news tabloid that the family misses Matt. However, they would prefer to lose him for a while than lose him forever. Billy added that the family wanted Matt to do what was right for him.
Alaskan Bush People: Matt Shares Updates After Being Discharged From The Treatment Center
Matt shared a picture of a sobriety coin from the Betty Ford Center for addiction in 2019. That signified his progress towards a positive change. He said that life is getting better for him. Recently, he shared his two-year sober coin with a sentimental caption. He recounted his initial days at the center and how it helped him get back on his feet. Matt updated his fans after he left the treatment center.
Matt continued to gush over his newfound happiness. He has been living a peaceful life in California since completing six months of combined inpatient and outpatient rehab in January 2019.