ALASKAN Bush People star Bear Brown begged his fans to stop bullying a troll who “mocked” the death of his late dad, Billy.
Earlier this week, the reality star took to his personal Instagram to call out an internet blogger and accuse them of being “two faced.”
After Bear put the blogger on blast, fans went to show their support of the ABP star by flooding the writer’s Instagram with name-calling comments.
Realizing how top much hate was being sent the blogger's way, Bear begged his fans to stop bullying the troll.
He wrote in a follow-up post on his Instagram: "Please do not seek out this person.
"Please leave it be I appreciate the support more than you know!
"But the problem has hopefully been resolved and bullying is what I stand against not for, the only thing I asked anyone to do was report him not harass or bully.
"My apologies if I did not make that clear enough in my post! Thank you everyone!”
The blogger's last Instagram update was on November 2, but new comments from Bear's supporters suddenly started to appear on that post.
One Instagram user commented: "You're a pos mocking the Brown family's recent passing of their beloved Father and Pet."
Another said: "If you are the Ryan (who) is talking about @bearbrownthekingofextreme I'm very sorry for you !!! Your behavior is terrible!
"I pray your soul can become intelligent! loves without spite … love not to hate!!! do not bring hatred to the world!
"If it's not you, sorry but this is just a wrong message .. that wants to bring reflection … love and not hate!"
A third simply stated: "pos."
The comments were seemingly deleted by someone after a short period of time, and the section has now been limited to allow only certain users to leave messages.
It all started when the Alaskan Bush People star used his Instagram to call out the blogger, despite not revealing exactly what set him off about it all right now.
Bear wrote: "This is one that did an interview with my dad and he was so nice!
"Then he turned around and mocked his seizures!!! Two faced snake!!!"
The 34-year-old, who continues to grieve the loss of his father, went on to suggest that people who turn their back on others should "get what they deserve."
"Sick people should not be made fun of," he wrote. "Dying people should not be made fun of, dead people should not be made fun of! Stop the injustice!!!"
In his latest post, he said he felt the issue has hopefully been resolved and that the troll has learned their lesson.
Bear wrote: "I have removed my previous posts. Most of the comments and website have been removed.
"Making fun of my family is something that has come from the start, but when I’m reading jokes about my dad’s death it is too far.
"At this point it looks as if the culprit has seen the comments and maybe seen what I hoped he would, that what he was doing is widely agreed to be wrong and maybe change his perspective."
The reality star added: "I’m not sure if that happened or not. But the page was removed and that is all I can hope for.
"I don’t care when I’m made fun of and my family rarely says anything, but this was just too far and something needed to be said."
The Brown family patriarch tragically died in February at the age of 68.
Billy suffered a fatal seizure inside the family's Washington home.
Footage from the incident features members of the family shouting: "Wake up dad!"
Family members and crew working on Alaskan Bush People were on the scene when the seizure occurred.
As The Sun previously reported, CPR was performed unsuccessfully.
Not long after Billy lost his life, the family was dealt another tragedy when family dog Mr. Cupcake died unexpectedly.
The sad news came out during the October 17 episode of the Discovery series.
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