The cameras never seem to stop rolling on the life of Teen Mom 2 star Chelsea Houska, even when she’s going through some intense difficulties. But her openness with her fans has cemented her as one of the favorite stars in the series, and viewers are always willing to show support when she opens up about her hardships.
Over the years, Chelsea has been put through the ringer, largely when it comes to co-parenting with her ex, Adam Lind as he struggles with his addiction. But now, Chelsea’s recent hardship has brought fans to tears.
Chelsea’s fans are no strangers to watching her struggle with difficult times, especially when it comes to her first baby daddy. In 2017, Adam Lind started a downward spiral that he may not have begun recovering from. This all started in June when he tested positive for methamphetamines right before he was scheduled to spend time with his daughter.
He then violated a protection order that his ex had placed against him, landing him behind bars. While he was there, another ex was granted a restraining order against Adam.
During this time, Adam was prohibited from contacting any of his past victims, as well as Chelsea Houska. But recently, all of this has been set to change.
A recent report from Radar Online has revealed that a clerk from Lincoln County Court in South Dakota confirmed that “the condition of [Adam]’s sentence expired and that the case is currently closed.”
The clerk also confirmed that Adam has not committed any crimes in Lincoln County in the past year.
Even though these limitations have been dropped from Adam, fans aren’t totally convinced that he’s turned a new leaf.
This season of Teen Mom 2, Chelsea has struggled a great deal with the fact that her daughter Aubree is getting old enough to realize that Adam is consciously deciding not to spend any time with her. But there’s also another major struggle that Chelsea has opened up about: her battle with anxiety.
During the Teen Mom 2 reunion, Nessa asked Chelsea what stuck out to her from the past season.
“My anxiety,” Chelsea revealed. “Whatever you see on TV and whatever you see when I show up somewhere, there’s so much more that has happened to get me even like… here.”
“But it’s treatable, and it gets better,” Dr. Drew said. “Yes!” Chelsea agreed.