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'Alaskan Bush' Matriarch Ami Brown Refused To Attend Dead Mom's Funeral

Nov. 20 2018, Updated 5:01 p.m. ET

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An emotional memorial service took place over the weekend for Ami Brown's estranged mother, Earlene Branson, and RadarOnline.com can reveal exclusively the Alaskan Bush People matriarch did not show up to pay her respects.

Following the service, which was held on November 16 in Texas, Ami's brother Les Branson — who has also not seen his sister in decades — told Radar that he wasn't holding his breath for his sister's arrival.

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"The service for my mother was very low-key but beautiful. The Brown's did not show up. There was no card nor any sympathy shown whatsoever," Les added.

As fans know, Ami's mother Earlene and brother Les had tried countless times to see Ami after she left home to start a life in Alaska with Billy.

And although Earlene is gone, Les said he would still love to see his sister, telling Radar, "I would love to see her and tell her that I love her and that I have missed her."

Prior to the service on Friday, a rumor exploded online that Ami— who nearly lost her life last year after she was diagnosed with late stage Cancer — anonymously paid for the funeral.

Do you think Ami Brown was wrong for not wanting to be at her mom's memorial? Sound off in the comments.

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