Axed! The Browns Threaten To Fire Matt From 'Alaskan Bush' After Rebel Son Goes MIA

Alaskan Bush People Matt Brown Fired
Source: DISCOVERY

Jan. 4 2019, Updated 9:50 a.m. ET

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Matt Brown may be axed from his famous family's hit Discovery show Alaskan Bush People, RadarOnline.com has exclusively learned.

The troubled reality star, 36, went MIA several weeks ago following a second stint at rehab. And according to an insider, parents Billy, 65, and Ami Brown, 54, have decided to play hardball with their hard-headed son.

"Billy and Ami have finally gotten in contact with Matt since he left. They told him if he did not return home right away that they would not allow him to be a part of the upcoming season of Alaskan Bush," the source said.

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As fans know, Matt spiraled out of control before entering an in-patent treatment center for alcohol and drug addiction in September.

"They would like to pick up next season with Matt being sober and healthy. That is what Billy had planned," the source told Radar.

However, the patriarch's plans took a detour when Matt — who checked into rehab for the first time in 2016 following a DUI — got into a fight with his father over Billy's demands Matt have a sober coach with him 24/7!

After Matt allegedly refused his father's request , he ditched Washington and headed to Palm Desert, California. Since then, he has been spotted several times looking bleary-eyed and worse for wear.

"Billy and Ami are just praying now that Matt comes home to celebrate the New Year with them. That is all they really want at this point, and so far that has not happened."

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