OK! Exclusive Video: Chelsea Houska Wants To Raise Aubree To Be ‘Good And Happy,’ Doesn’t Want Adam Lind To ‘Ruin Any Part Of Her’ In Teen Mom 2 Sneak Peek

Despite Adam Lind’s criminal past, Chelsea Houska hopes she could raise her daughter right.

In an exclusive sneak peek of tonight’s Teen Mom 2, Chelsea hesitates to have her daughter Aubree’s time with her father at a visitation center.

“I’m still not sure how I feel about sending Aubree there,” Chelsea explained to her father Randy after visiting the center. “When I walked in, I got the vibe that it’s a negative place and it’s kind of sad. It’s a place where kids have to go because their parents are crappy.”

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Randy then explained that he thinks the judge will use the visitation center as a threat so Adam’s parents will stop letting their son take Aubree unsupervised.

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“If the judge thinks it’s serious enough for that then I would feel okay with it because there’s a reason,” she explained. “Best case scenario his parents stop being blind. He’s never going to change and if he does change, I’m never going to trust him.”

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Chelsea then explained the consequences Adam’s actions could have on their daughter.

“I just want to do a good job. I want to raise her right and I want her to end up good and happy,” she said. “I don’t want anything to be ruining any part of her and he is. I can try to show her the good side as much as possible but it’s still half of her.”

Teen Mom 2 airs Thursdays at 10/9c on MTV.


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