Amber Portwood was arrested for allegedly attacking Andrew Glennon with a machete in early July 2019. Now, the Teen Mom OG star has fans even more concerned after she shared a message about cheating on Instagram.
“Cheating is a choice not a mistake,” the post read that Amber shared, which she then deleted.
As it was previously reported, Amber was arrested on July 5th for domestic violence against Andrew.
Amber allegedly hit Andrew with a shoe while he held their 1-year-old son, James.
Following Amber's arrest, Andrew filed for primary custody of James. RadarOnline.com exclusively obtained court papers that revealed Andrew is demanding primary custody, child support and no unsupervised visits after Amber's arrest.
In court papers obtained from Marion County in Indiana, on July 9th, Andrew filed a Combined Verified Petition for Paternity Related Orders and Emergency Hearing Regarding Custody of a Child.
“Father believes it is in James’ best interests that he be awarded sole legal and primary physical custody,” the court papers read. “Father believes that it is not currently in James’ best interests for Mother to have unsupervised parenting time.”
Andrew is also asking for child support, insurance and payment of medical expenses.
“Mother was arrested on July 5, 2019, after she struck Father while he was holding James, and, then, charged at Father with a machete, also while father was holding James,” he wrote in the petition that detailed what went down before Amber was arrested.
“Father believes Mother is currently unable to provide a safe, stable and secure environment for James on an ongoing basis due to her frequent refusal and/or failure to take medicines prescribed to treat her mental-health conditions, among other concerns,” the papers read. Amber’s battery arrest against her 10-year-old daughter Leah's dad, Gary Shirley, was also mentioned.
Amber and Andrew started dating in the summer of 2017 and welcomed James in May of 2018.
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