Amber Portwood is back in court fighting over custody. The Teen Mom OG star's battle against her ex and second baby daddy, Andrew Glennon, is heating up. Get all the details about the motion she filed here.
According to RadarOnline.com, Amber filed a motion in the custody battle over their one-year-old son and is asking for an “Injunction Against Custodial Parent to Prevent Interference with Parenting Time.”
The documents explained that the mother of two is asking the court to prevent Andrew from interfering when she is spending time with James, 1.
Andrew allegedly hasn't responded and a hearing hasn't be set. The Blast was the first to report the motion filed.
“On October 23, 2019, the undersigned counsel contacted counsel for Father requesting to confirm times for parenting time exchanges and no response was provided,” the court papers read, according to Radar. “Father’s failure to communicate or schedule parenting time is Violation of Paragraph 1(c) of the Mediated Agreement.” On October 25, 2019, Andrew was contacted again, but no response.
Amber was allegedly suppose to spend time with James on Halloween, but Andrew “failed to communicate with Mother in person or through counsel to allow Mother to exercise her holiday parenting time.” After Amber's arrest, a no-contact order was placed, so the parents can only speak via Our Family Wizard app.
Amber is asking that Andrew is to “be held in contempt of court for his willful violation of the Court’s orders.” The documents read, “Mother respectfully requests that this Court issue Rule to Show Cause and order Father to appear to answer as to why Father shall not be held in contempt for his failure to abide by the terms of this Court’s Orders." Amber is also asking to have the time with James that she allegedly missed and for Andrew to pay her attorney fees.
In July 2019, Amber was arrested for domestic violence and was charged with domestic battery, a felony count of criminal recklessness with a deadly weapon and a felony count of domestic battery.
In late October 2019, a judge accepted Amber's plea dealin the domestic violence case. The MTV star avoided jail time in the case and is on probation for 906 days. She also must complete parenting classes and 26 weeks of Batterers’ Intervention Program.
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