Radaronline: Ami Brown's brother speaks out after she does not attend mom's funeral
An exclusive report from RadarOnline confirmed that “Alaskan Bush People” star Ami Brown was not present at her estranged mother’s funeral. Her brother spoke up following the service.
The Brown family matriarch’s mother, Earlene Branson, previously had a memorial service on November 16, 2018, in Texas and the publication confirmed that Ami did not show up.
Ami’s brother, Les Branson told Radar that he did not expect for his sister to attend the service. Les and Ami had not seen each other in decades.
Les said, “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.”
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It’s no secret for avid fans of the show that Earlene and Les had been reaching out to Ami for so long since leaving her home and heading to Alaska with Billy Brown.
Even now that their mother is gone, Les said he is still willing to rekindle his relationship with his sister. He said, “I would love to see her and tell her that I love her and that I have missed her.”
RadarOnline mentioned that there had been rumors about Ami anonymously paying for the funeral. Although, nobody has confirmed the speculations just yet.
Earlene had passed away without reconciling with her daughter. A source told the publication that "Ami is rather upset about this because she never go the opportunity to reconcile with her mom, who tried for years and years to see her daughter."
The source added, "There is nothing that she can do. It's too late. She's gone.”
As revealed in her obituary, Earlene, who was 85, passed away in her house at Springtown, Texas on November 9, 2018. As she took her last breath, she was surrounded by her loved ones.