Alaskan Bush People’s Raiven Adams was ‘bleeding internally’ and son ‘wasn’t breathing well’ before emergency C-section – The Sun

ALASKAN Bush People star Bear Brown’s baby mama, Raiven Adams, revealed her difficult delivery with her 4-month-old son, as she underwent an emergency C-section because of complications.

Raiven, 22, gave birth to her son, River Anthony, in March at only 34 weeks pregnant.

Raiven remained in the hospital with her premature son for weeks following the birth.

On Tuesday, Raiven gave details from her nightmare delivery.

She said during an Instagram Q&A: “I was bleeding internally and River wasn't doing well on the monitors. I had my second set of steroids the 2 previous days. (For his lungs).

“My abruption ripped two more times overnight! So my doctor did an emergency c section. He was born and wasn't breathing well at all so he was put on oxygen.”

An abruption is the separation of the placenta from the wall of the uterus.

Raiven went through the heartbreaking experience alone, as Bear was not there for the birth of their son.

Bear, 31, alleged on social media that he wasn’t told about River’s birth until days after, but Raiven fired back by claiming she did try to contact him during labor and after delivery.

She filed a restraining order against Bear in February, accusing him of exhibiting “erratic” and “abusive” behavior.

She dropped the restraining order three days before their son’s birth.

After River was born, Bear, whose real name is Soloman, filed for joint custody.

The Alaskan Bush People star later provided DNA test results that proved he is the father of River.

Raiven responded by denying Bear’s request for joint custody.

The court filing read: “It is in the best interests of the minor child that defendant Raiven Adams have sole legal custody of the minor child.”

She also asked for “primary physical custody” and for him to have “restricted visitation.”

Raiven requested the Alaskan Bush People star pay child support effective March 9, when River was born.

The Sun exclusively reported they had reached a custody agreement.

Raiven thanked him for gifting their son with a toy and wrote on Father’s Day: “Happy Father's Day! Hopefully by next you've met, and can have a fun day together.”

But their truce appeared to be off only days later, as she deleted her Father’s Day post to him.

She shared a quote that read: “Relationship with a narcissist in a nutshell: You will go from being the perfect love of their life to nothing you do is ever good enough.

“You will give everything and they will take it all and give you less and less in return. You will end up depleted. Emotionally, mentally, spiritually, and probably financially, and then get blamed for it.”

She captioned the quote: “This is my life you have no idea the abuse I’ve gone through. Don’t judge me until you have lived a day in my shoes.

“Then you are abused until waking up the next day feels impossible. My battle has just begun but I won’t stay quiet. I won’t pretend it’s okay.”

On Saturday, Raiven posted a quote that read: “If you don’t leave your past in the past, it will destroy your future. Live for what today has to offer, not for what yesterday has taken away.”

She captioned the photo: “I keep catching myself being angry defending myself. What happened to me hurts me every day makes it hard to move on. Being in a situation like that destroyed me.

"I’m in a nasty custody battle that crushes me every day. I love my son so much and I only want him to have a good life. I also realize I can scream from the top of my lungs what happened but it won’t change."

She continued: “I also realize by being angry and bitter I’m losing twice. I want my baby to grow up happy and healthy. I don’t want anyone to give up a fight to stand up to say no. Never ever ever settle never take abuse never take a single thing that doesn’t make you happy.

"Walk away because you are strong you are worthy you are valid. My son deserves to see me smile each and every day so from here on out I’m letting it go.”

Bear has not responded to her claims over social media.

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