‘Alaskan Bush People’ Fans Think Matt Brown Is ‘Looking Good’ in a New Radiant Photo
The Brown family has overcome many trials and tribulations over the last 10 seasons of "Alaskan Bush People." Matt, in particular, has had his fair share of struggles.
Matt Brown is the first-born son of Billy and Ami Brown. He has been the most mysterious member of the Brown clan.
However, he had struggled with substance abuse which led to his sudden disappearance from the show last year. Naturally, fans were concerned about the reality star.
Matt recently took to social media site Instagram to share a selfie and quick glimpse into his life with fans. He wrote:
"It's a good day to enjoy the little things, hope everyone has a nice weekend."
In the picture, Matt was seen wearing a blue cardigan and sitting outside. He smiled happily at the camera while enjoying the sun and what appeared to be mild weather.
Fans flooded the post with positivity and love. More than thirteen thousand people liked the post and many also took to the comments to share their thoughts.
Many fans took a moment to notice that Matt is looking really good. Many also took to the comments section to praise him for his successful efforts to beat his addictions. One fan wrote:
"I finally figured out how to see how you are doing, (from you). I am so happy that you are happy & healthy. Remember that you are blessed, you are a very special guy who has touched so many. We are blessed to 'know' you. Peace & keep on being you."
Matt first entered a rehab facility for issues with alcohol addiction in 2016. He revealed to People Magazine at the time that he noticed himself "spiraling" after spending more time in Juneau, Alaska where he was drinking with friends and making "bad choices."
The reality star returned to rehab for a second time in September 2018. He said that "after a year of ups and downs" his resolve had been pushed to its limit but he hoped to have his "life back on track soon."
At the time his father, 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."