Teen Mom 2 Premiere Exclusive Preview: Chelsea Houska Teams Up With Adam's Ex Taylor Halbur To Fight His Requests For Joint Custody

While we'll certainly see a little bit of Chelsea Houska's hot boyfriend, Cole DeBoer, here and there on the new season of Teen Mom 2, her drama is mostly focused around Adam Lind this season and the fact that he's requesting 50/50 custody of their daughter, Aubree. Yes, really. But in this exclusive clip from Thursday's premiere, Chelsea is clearly going to fight him on that and with the help of none other than Taylor Halbur, Adam's other ex, who's the mother of his other daughter, Paislee.

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In this exclusive snippet, Chelsea calls up Taylor to see if they got the same custody papers. Turns out both mamas got identical requests, so they decide to fight together for what's best for their daughters and have the same lawyer represent both of them.

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"At this point we need to team up so both of our daughters can be safe," Chelsea says on the phone to Taylor. "I don't feel safe with them over there!" Considering the fact that Adam doesn't have a driver's license and has a series of arrests, not to mention a new domestic stalking charge, we can't blame her!

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Watch above to see the rest of Chelsea and Taylor's conversation about fighting for custody and tune into the Teen Mom 2 premiere this Thursday, July 9 at 10pm on MTV!

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Do you think Chelsea and Taylor teaming up is a good idea? Does Adam really have a shot at getting custody of his girls? Tweet us @OKMagazine.


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