It’s still up in the air whether Amber Portwood will be appearing on next season of Teen Mom OG. But there is one thing that’s clear: there’s still a world of drama between her and her ex and baby daddy, Andrew Glennon.
Amber recently pled guilty to domestic violence charges brought up by Andrew, and has fallen out of favor among many fans due to her violence. But now, she’s accusing Andrew of covering up times their son has been harmed.
Ever since she first appeared on Teen Mom, Amber Portwood has made it clear that she is willing to fight for anything that believes in, for better or for worse. Her fighting — both verbal and physical — has gotten her into a world of trouble, especially when it turns into very serious cases of domestic battery.
But according to Amber, she’s not the only one who’s been violent.
After a convoluted report of fighting and battery, video of the notorious time Amber pulled a machete on her baby daddy was leaked.
The video quickly went viral in the Teen Mom world, and fans were shocked to see the ruthless battle between Amber and Andrew Glennon, all of which took place while their son James was present.
Now, Amber is claiming that Andrew’s behavior put their son in harm’s way.
Legal documents obtained by TMZ and filed by Amber claim that she and Andrew had a custody agreement that allowed her time with James during Christmas, but Andrew didn’t allow this to happen.
According to her, Andrew left the state during the holidays without telling her!
This isn’t the only claim Amber makes in the documents. She also claims that on Christmas day, Andrew revealed that James was going to the ER after being “nipped” by a family dog!
Andrew didn’t send news of this event until three days after it happened, the documents reveal. She claims the photo showed that James had gotten a black eye and injuries to his nose from the dog attack, “indicating that the injury was more than a ‘nip.’”
Amber also claims that he violated their agreement by posting a picture of James on Instagram after they decided they would not do so.