It’s no longer a secret anymore: Amber Portwood has a new man. Fans don’t know a whole lot about him yet, and he’s yet to make his appearance on Teen Mom. However, once you date a reality star, it should go unsaid that people are going to find everything there is to know about you.
For Amber’s new boyfriend, Andrew Glennon, this might not be such a good thing. Apparently, with an ex-girlfriend, Andrew didn’t know when to call it quits. His aggressive acts were deemed to be over the line, and the girl, who felt that he was stalking her, took out a restraining order. We all think that Andrew will be a step up from Matt Baier, but this doesn’t bode well for Amber’s new beau.
It’s not uncommon for the Teen Mom cast members to cozy up with men who have criminal histories, or who have run-ins with the law during their time together. For Amber, it looks ilke she’s keeping this tradition alive. Even though we don’t know a whole lot about Andrew yet, this new update doesn’t exactly paint him in the best light.
According to an order of protection obtained from the Superior Court of Los Angeles, Andrew’s ex filed a restraining order against him in October of 2013, as reported by Radar Online. Per the order, Glennon has to say 100 feet away from her at home, at work, and in her car, and he also has to stay away from her dog.
Radar reports about the anonymous girl’s experience with Andrew, who she broke up with after they dated for three years. That’s when things seemed to take a turn for the worse. “I broke up with him and he was very upset,” she wrote in the order. “[He] hid my keys as I had to leave out of fear. The next day he wouldn’t leave [my] apartment until my dad threatened to call the police.”
After she moved his things out of her place and changed her locks, she probably thought she’d seen the last of him, but it wasn’t the case. “In May, he showed up uninvited and after I asked him to leave he secretly let the air out of my tire till it was flat,” she writes in the restraining order.. “On my birthday, [he] showed up at my work under a false name delivering flowers. Security at my work turned him away.”
She also provided one of the e-mails he sent her, which doesn’t paint him in a very good light. It reads, “You were my first love and my true love, that will always be so. After all of the heartache, sadness and never-ending pain, I know. You and I had something special that will never change. Because I love you and loving someone else will always seem strange.”
What’s more is that, in the court documents, Andrew owns up to his actions. ““I lived with [her] for three years, we had a falling out. I tried to get her back via flowers and cards. I didn’t hear back from her and was served with an order to appear here. I am determined to fulfill all requests made by [her] and this court. I have moved on and have buried myself in my work.”
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