Incarcerated Teen Mom cast member Amber Portwood was visited by her daughter Leah for the first time since voluntarily entering prison almost 11 months ago. The last time Amber had seen Leah in person was Easter of last year. Find out what Leah’s father, Gary Shirley, had to say about the visit as well as his take on Amber’s current condition.
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It’s hard to believe it’s almost been 10 months since Amber Portwood began her prison sentence. Apparently, her daughter Leah’s father, Gary Shirley, was thinking the same thing and expressed as much via Twitter. In doing so, Gary also revealed that Amber has yet to see Leah since her incarceration. Find out his explanation as to why and what Amber’s brother Shawn suggested Shirley do about the circumstance.
Gary Shirley has responded to a recent report about facing eviction from the home he shares with daughter Leah.
Amber Portwood has been behind bars for four months now and has yet to see her three-year-old daughter Leah. However, all that is about to change as Gary Shirley has finally come to the decision that Leah having regular visits with her Teen Mom star mother is the best thing for both her and Amber.
As we reported last week, MTV will be airing their “Amber Behind Bars” special next Tuesday featuring Dr. Drew interviewing Teen Mom Amber Portwood inside the Rockville Correctional Facility where she is currently serving a five-year sentence for felony drug possession. MTV has just released a preview clip from the special in which Amber talks about the fact that she has yet to have a visit from Gary Shirley or her daughter Leah.
As MTV’s original Teen Mom series finishes its run with a seemingly never-ending series of follow up and check in specials, we’re finding out these young moms won’t be leaving the video cameras behind any time soon as they each (with the exception of Amber Portwood) seem to be working on individual spin-off projects. Details about their respective new shows are sketchy, so we thought we might put together a list of suggestions for titles and concepts!
Last night was the second part of the Teen Mom Season 4 Finale Special with Dr. Drew with updates on Maci Bookout and Amber Portwood. (Catelynn Lowell and Farrah Abraham appeared in Part 1) As you probably could have guessed, Amber was unable to attend because of all her legal and personal issues, but she did write a rather lengthy statement, which Dr. Drew read on the show. Keep reading for the complete statement, which addresses her drug addiction, relationship with Gary, how she was portrayed on the show, and what she hopes people take away from her story.
Teen Mom Amber Portwood may be serving a five-year prison sentence, but that doesn’t mean she’ll just be sitting around with a bunch of other inmates doing nothing. She has big plans for her future and her mother is letting fans in on what she’s been doing.
Last night was the series finale of Teen Mom and many of the cast members were online tweeting about the event and the episode. Most of the tweets were sentimental about the show coming to an end after four seasons, but for two of the cast members. the viewing party turned into an all-out Twitter brawl! Keep reading for the screen capped blow-by-blow of Farrah Abraham vs. Gary Shirley!
Teen Mom star Gary Shirley is no stranger to having a little fun on Twitter (as his “It’s Gary Time” motto and ID would attest) and last night was no exception as he shared a series of tweets obviously making light of cast mate Farrah Abraham’s recent album release and the much-disparaged single “Finally Getting Up From Rock Bottom.”