Alaskan Bush People star Joshua ‘Bam Bam’ Brown and girlfriend Allison Kagan are almost finished renovating their 100-foot luxury liner, Fathom This! And now, as Brown, 33, and Kagan put finishing touches on their $55,0000 future home, RadarOnline.com has exclusively learned whether or not the unlikely couple is going to stay or sail away on their new love boat! Click through 7 telling photos to find out what their plans are after the upcoming season ABP!
Brown has been dropping major clues that he is going to return for the upcoming season of Alaskan Bush People! He recently posted this photo on social media, showing him with Kagan in front of Discovery, Inc. — the network that produces the Brown family’s hit reality TV show.
In 2016, Brown purchased this 100-foot luxury liner for a whopping $55,000. At the time, as RadarOnline.com reported, they were planning to fix the boat up and set sail to the Bahamas. However, the couple's priorities changed after matriarch Ami Brown, 54, was diagnosed with late stage lung cancer six months later.
It seems that the black sheep Brown brother is back to working on the boat now that his mother is reportedly done with cancer treatments. On Jan. 12, he posted this photo to Instagram, along with a caption that read: “Jan. 2017. Bam vs. Shelf.”
After posting the image of his “man cave,” Brown shared another shot that showed he and Kagan had installed outdoor plumbing on their boat! As RadarOnline.com previously reported, Brown told fans the vessel was rescued from the shipyard several months after he bought the boat from a private owner!
Last November, as the Brown family filmed the upcoming season of the show, Brown’s girlfriend was busy working hard on her future home!
And for good reason, too! According to sources, the couple is expected to set sail once Brown's finished filming the final season of Alaskan Bush People! But the proof is in the paperwork! Click on the next slide to see why!
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