Kane Brown Once Got Lost In the Woods For Seven Hours and Had To Be Rescued By Police
Kane Brown got quite the welcome to his new home when he got lost in the woods with his friend…
Kane Brown got quite the welcome to his new home when he got lost in the woods with his friend Bama for several hours on the day he and his wife Katelyn moved in.
The superstar recently shared the unbelievable story with Extra, revealing that they had to call authorities to help when they couldn’t find their way back to his new home.
“Yeah, we got lost for seven hours. We have 30 acres and it’s all woods,” the “Cool Again” singer explained. “We made our own trail and then it started raining and it started getting dark and we were running out of gas… and we live by all these cliffs… We ran into a drop-off, so we ended up having to call the cops and walk down.”
His wife, who was at home unpacking, thought he was pulling a fast one on her, but in reality, he had no idea where they were.
“Kate thought I was just trying to get out of unpacking boxes because it was literally the first day we moved in,” he said.
Thankfully, the police were able to assist and now all is well.
Kane and Katelyn recently documented a few of their home renovation projects on Instagram, detailing the installation of their driveway and fence and their resort-style pool.
Brown will release his highly anticipated new EP on August 14.
The original source (ExtraTV.com) reported the information incorrectly, suggesting that Kane and Katelyn got lost together. This story has been updated to reflect factual information.
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