ALASKAN Bush People star Rain Brown has taken to Instagram to share a positive message amid her brother Bear's abuse claims.
The 17-year-old told her followers to "stay strong" while posing for a selfie with older sister Snowbird.
The two look almost identical as they smile for the selfie in the snow.
Alongside the sweet snap, Rain wrote: "Twins?!? #staystrong #stayhappy #ststers #Godisgood."
Fans were quick to compliment the photo, with one writing: "Awwwhhhhh – this great of you both!!!"
Another said: "A bond between sisters is the best friend you can have. looking beautiful girls."
Rain previously posted a similar message on a picture of her and Bear during the holiday season.
In the post, which was shared to her profile on Christmas Day, the siblings look happy as they stand next to the tree in coordinating outfits.
Bear – who is currently in the midst of drama involving his pregnant ex girlfriend Raiven Adams – is wearing a red waistcoat, trousers and a shirt.
Rain captioned the snap: "Wishing a very merry Christmas to you and yours! May God bless you with warm meals tight hugs and lots of love! #staystrong #stayhappy #Godisgood #merrychristmas."
Bear will no doubt need all the support he can get from his family after his ex filed a restraining order against him.
The Sun US exclusively revealed Raiven filed the order and accused the reality star of "abusive, erratic" behavior, gun threats and cocaine use.
In court papers first obtained by The Blast, the 23-year-old wrote the ABP star began "yelling, slamming things, preventing me from leaving rooms."
She said he told her his behavior was caused by "cocaine," which Bear has since denied.
The mom-to-be also claimed he began threatening to "kick her out" and started to "withhold food and money" when she expressed concerns about his alleged drug abuse.
Taking to social media last week, Bear revealed he was sad about the situation as he shared an image and wrote alongside it: "My heart is broke, may I have some glue?"
The couple are set to welcome a son in April.
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