Amber Portwood and Andrew Glennon have been in and out of court since their explosive and violent sit.
Amber was sentenced to probation, random testing for substance abuse, a travel ban after being found guilty of domestic violence against the father of her second son.
The two reached a custody agreement after Amber accepted a plea deal, but now Amber is accusing Andrew of violating the agreement already.
When Amber Portwood and Andrew Glennon revealed to fans that they were expecting a child together, fans were immediately nervous. Amber showed her true colors early on in Teen Mom OG when she was caught being violent towards her first baby daddy on camera, so it’s no wonder that fans were worried that Amber would go back to her violent ways.
And in no time, Amber proved many apprehensive fans right. The news that Amber had exploded again came during her July 5 attack and arrest after Andrew leaked audio footage of her attacking him while he was holding their son.
Although some resilient fans defend her, it’s no wonder that most Teen Mom viewers are totally done with Amber, and her legal charges reflect this. However, she had some charges dismissed as well.
She was sentenced to 910 days in county jail, which seems like a lot… until you discover that only 906 of those days were suspended, meaning that she’s essentially on home probation. For the remaining four days, she got a two day credit for time served. That means she only has to serve two days in jail.
It’s no surprise that many fans think Amber got off easy, but they’re not the only one. Andrew also recently spoke out about the update.
“Still no apology [from Amber] but that’s OK,” Andrew told The Ashley’s Reality Roundup. “You can lead a horse to water but you can’t force them to have a heart and apologize for kicking you in the short ribs because they were startled by their own ghosts.”
But Amber is apparently not done with Andrew. She’s reportedly demanding he be held in contempt for denying her time with James.
According to Radar, Amber filed an Information and Verified Motion for Rule to Show Cause on Nov. 6. She claimed that Andrew “denied [her] all parenting time since October 22, 2019.”