If you’ve been following the turbulent life of Teen Mom Amber Portwood than you’ll know that the young mother has been on probation in Indiana since being shown on TV beating baby-daddy Gary Shirley in front of her daughter Leah.
Well, the latest in this saga doesn’t appear to be good news as court papers filed by her probation officer indicate that the 21-year-old has violated a long laundry list her mandated probation requirements. Here are some of the alleged violations:
-> “Failure to behave well in society” namely, drinking too much and hitting a person at a restaurant last month
-> Failure to complete 6 months of anger control evaluation and classes
-> Failure to set up a $10,000 college fund for her baby daughter
-> Failure to obtain a GED
-> Failure to pay probation fees
Following her hearing in regards to the Gary Shirley incident she was sentenced to two years in jail but that was suspended on the condition that she do all of the items listed above. Amber has a court date set for January to explain herself and if the judge doesn’t buy her explanations for the many failures things could get real bad for Portwood. As in up to 2 years as originally sentenced bad.
E was reporting earlier that Indiana’s CPS had ended its long investigation of Amber and that they closed the case. This means that the long standing order issued that barred Amber from seeing Leah and from being around Gary was lifted.
Amber told E:
“Gary and I have joint custody and Leah only lives with him because they [CPS] felt she wasn’t safe with me when my house got vandalized.”
Shirley had tweeted earlier in the day a message that seemed to indicate otherwise but he since deleted it. It read:
“As of Today, I’ve been granted full custody of Leah with Amber in agreement. Will only accept the best for my daughter.”
Gary is currently on a road trip with Leah to Florida.
Once again, when it comes to Amber and Gary we have ourselves a big ol’ mess. One would be hard pressed to imagine that the upcoming probation hearing for Amber will turn out well. You never know how these things are going to work in court but one would assume that she very well may be in danger of losing her right to see her daughter once again.
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