Alaskan Bush People Star Matt Brown has Entered Rehab For the Second Time!
‘Alaskan Bush People’ star, Matt Brown, has entered rehab for alcohol abuse after yet another relapse. The 36 years old reality star, who had been battling alcoholism for quite some time, is heading back to rehab after his first stint in 2016.
Matt Brown has been Enduring Alcoholism for Years.
In an exclusive weekly interview with People, Matt divulged his decision to return to rehab, saying, “I struggle with substance abuse, and after a year of ups and downs, I decided to return to treatment. I’m grateful for everyone’s support and hope to have my life back on track soon.”
Matt has been facing many problems in recent years. After his first rehab stint in 2016, he got injured after a refrigerator exploded on their homestead. The Brown family had been in Southern California when the mishap occurred. He had to get nine stitches and stay in intensive care for a few days.
Ami Brown is Becoming Strong for her Son
While Ami, Billy & Bear are in California waiting for the results of Ami’s cancer test, the rest of the family is having a hard time in Washington. So, this decision of Matt will add pressure on the Brown family.
Ami, currently in California for her once-in-three-month cancer test, said, “It’s hard not having one of my babies here with us. He was strong for me, and I want to be strong for him.”
Similarly, supporting his son through this hard time, Billy said, “We miss him terribly, but we’d rather lose him from home for a little while than lose him forever. We just want him to do what he needs to do to get better.”
We hope that Matt gets help and find his way back to his life.
Catch ‘Alaskan Bush People’ on Sunday at 9 PM on Discovery Channel.