'Teen Mom' Scandal! Amber Portwood's Future Stepson Accused Of Selling Stolen Items For Drugs

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Oct. 13 2016, Updated 4:48 p.m. ET

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Another Teen Mom drug scandal! Amber Portwood's future stepson, Chris Baier, previously got into trouble due to drugs.

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Documents obtained by exclusively showed that Matt Baier, Amber's future husband's son, had charges for grand theft, forgery, petty theft, possession of marijuana and more.

The documents obtained from the Minnehaha County Clerk of Court, Chris was once charged with one count of grand theft, one count of forgery and one count of petty theft.

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Back in November 2013, a victim reported several items missing, valued at $5,100, from her home after a party was thrown at her house, hosted by her roommate, while she was out of town. Most of the items were found at Chris' place during a narcotics investigation. The report reads, “The roommate advised that the victim’s Wii and Nook Tablet was traded by Baier for meth."

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Back in June, Chris spoke about his rocky relationship with his father to “I had no father figure in my life,” he said. “I hate that man, for everything he is and isn’t. He owes us thousands and thousands of dollars, for 18 years of support. We struggled like dogs with money when I was growing up.”

Are you shocked with Matt Baier's son's previous charges? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section!


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