This is not good news for Amber!
For those Teen Mom fans who couldn’t stand “Mamber,” they’ll be happy to know that Amber has finally moved on. Now, she’s with a new man — Andrew Glennon — and it isn’t just rumors anymore. In addition to confirming that she’s with Andrew by posting pictures of him on her social media, she also attended the VMAs with him on her arm! It looks like the two are getting along just fine, but the more fans find out about Andrew, the less good it looks for the new couple.
Everything about Andrew seemed fine… that is, until outlets began uncovering a less-than-squeaky-clean background. Now it’s been revealed that Andrew had not one, but two restraining orders taken out against him. Does Amber have something to worry about?
“Scared of Him”
While things were looking good for Amber with her new man, news has broken that might not be the guy we think he is. Radar Online uncovered court documents from the Superior Court of California that reveal that Amber’s new man may have a dark past as he has had not one, but two restraining orders filed against him. Kind of.
The new documents state that a second ex-girlfriend of Glennon filed a restraining order against him in April of 2015 for domestic violence. Under the order, his ex requested that Andrew stay 500 feet away from her while she was at her job and at school, and that he also could not approach her father, stepmother, or brother.
According to the court document, the trouble started shortly after the couple’s few-month relationship crashed and burned. “Since breaking up with him, I have received hundreds of emails, phone calls, text messages and Facebook messages from him harassing me,” his ex wrote in the restraining order. “He has shown up at my work, home and the bus stops I take to and from work as well.”
According to Radar, she caught him waiting outside of her job for her after work. She even says that she moved in an fruitless effort to avoid him.
“He has threatened me verbally and I believe yesterday he sent an anonymous letter to my boss and coworkers to deliberately trying to smear me,” she wrote in the restraining order. “He has contacted my family and my friends in order to try and find out about me.” She goes on to say, “I am scared for my safety and I am scared of him.”
However, unlike Andrew’s first restraining order, this one was dismissed, and the former-couple never went to court. According to Radar, Andrew never even knew that she had filed a letter. In fact, he has a very different story to tell.
“I felt it necessary, her being a teacher, to let her employers know what type of person they have working for them,” he said in an interview with Radar Online. “She was one of the most poisonous relationships I’ve ever had. I’ve learned from those relationships and all those hard experiences have helped shape me to the man I am now.”
He went on to say, “I wanted to enter the next relationship with nothing but purity. I have three sisters and would never consider stalking nor harassing any women. In hindsight, I should have contested the first one (didn’t know about the second), but if that is what she wanted, then that is what I go through with. We still talk to this day.”
As for the first restraining order, it goes along a similar story. Andrew and his ex dated for three years, and after breaking up, he began acting strangely, according to the restraining order. “I broke up with him and he was very upset,” his ex 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.”
On top of this, he wrote her an e-mail that read, “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.”
Look, I don’t know for sure, but it sounds like someone is lying here (and my money is on Andrew). Guess we’ll see!
Read more about Andrew’s first restraining order here and Radar’s coverage of his second here.