LITTLE People, Big World’s Jacob Roloff feuded with his brother, Jeremy Roloff, and his wife, Audrey, for years before their explosive online fight this month.
The self-described “agnostic” reality star has clashed with his Christian sister-in-law and older sibling over their conservative views since their marriage in 2014.
Jacob, 23, has vocally supported liberal policies such as the legalization of marijuana, racial injustice and gun control since he was a teenager.
Meanwhile Audrey, 28, has come under fire over the years for various controversial comments, including her past “anti-gay” remarks in her religious blog post.
During the last Presidential election, the pair butted heads for their opposing views on who should be commander-in-chief.
The LPBW alum tweeted in October 2016: “What does it mean for Trump to say ‘I don’t accept the results of this election?’ Clinton can just go on being President
“And he can go on being a total clown, sputtering out of relevance, and business. Pathetically still upset he lost.”
The same day, the red-headed reality star posted several Instagram Stories that celebrated Donald Trump, 74, during the debates.
She posted a clip that heard POTUS say: “We cannot take four more years of Barack Obama, and that’s what you get if you vote for Hillary Clinton.”
Right after, a female voice – seemingly Audrey – cheered and yelled “that was good!”
After a year of tensity, Jacob unfollowed the mom-of-two on Instagram for the first time in December 2017, RadarOnline reported.
At the time, he still followed Audrey’s husband, Jeremy, and his other older siblings, Zach and Molly – who he remains close with to this day.
One month later, their feud reached new heights when The Marriage Journal author appeared to slam Jacob’s engagement to his Isabel Rock.
The ex TLC star was thrilled to reveal he popped-the-question to his now-wife in Iceland on Christmas Day 2017.
While Amy and Matt Roloff’s youngest son was congratulated by most family members, Audrey took to her blog soon after and wrote a critical message that seemed to be aimed at the couple.
She fired off in January 2018: “Some words on dating from a Christian perspective…
“Let’s just say you recently hurried into a relationship, dabbled with sexual intimacy, and then became emotionally attached.”
The scathing post continued: “As time passes, your friends and family may raise concerns about the person you’re dating.
“But you won’t be able to rationalize with them because all you will see is perfection. This is a titanic problem,” she blasted.
In March 2018, it was revealed that Jeremy, 30, and his wife would write a tell-all book together just after Jacob’s own novel, Out To See, was released.
Tension between Jacob and Jeremy along with his wife seemed to have improved later that year however, their feud was reignited once again in January 2019.
A source told RadarOnline that Jacob was yet again attempting to distance himself from the pair.
“People already know that he doesn’t really get along with Audrey.
“He thinks she’s too judgmental, and I’m guessing he just didn’t want to see her on his brothers’ account anymore,” the insider said.
Responding to the ongoing protests due to George Floyd’s death in May, Audrey reposted her brother’s video about unity to her Instagram Stories.
Jacob – who has attended multiple protests with his wife – called the video “police propaganda” and emphasized it was “not activism.”
The following day, Audrey posted that she was “weathering a shame storm.”
Jacob appeared to have once again slammed his brother and sister-in-law’s apparent support for Trump this month.
On June 1, he tweeted: “I, too, am embarrassed to be related to Trump voters.”