‘Teen Mom 2’ Star Adam Lind Arrested — Reportedly Violated Stalking Protection Order
Troubled Teen Mom 2 star Adam Lind is reportedly behind bars. Chelsea Houska's baby daddy was arrested in the early hours of Memorial Day for allegedly violating a stalking protection order against him and he is expected in court today, May 29.
According to the inmate listing report obtained by Radar Online, Adam was charged with "violation of a stalking protection order," "violation of protection or no contact order," and “non-support of a minor child." However, it is unclear who specifically the charges pertain to.
Two years ago, his ex-girlfriend Brooke Beaton filed a restraining order against him, and he has been in trouble in the past for reportedly stalking her. Last year, Adam was arrested for domestic violence against his ex-girlfriend Stasia Huber. He was arrested again weeks later for violating a no-contact order. "While under the influence of drugs, alcohol, and steroids, he fractured my forearm, locked me in the house saying I couldn’t leave, smashed my phone and once he realized what he had done, he broke down crying and took me to the ER," Stasia claimed in court documents. "We broke up for a while after that."
More recently, Adam lost custody of his daughter Aubree and a warrant was issued for his arrest after he failed to make several child support payments to his second baby mama Taylor Halbur. Despite a judge denying visitation with Aubree, Adam came over while his eight-year-old daughter was with her grandparents — and Chelsea was furious.
"Chelsea let his parents have her for a couple of hours. It wasn't their time to have her," a source told Radar Online. "[Chelsea is] livid and won't do that anymore. These grandparents haven't learned a d–n thing. [One] can definitely tell where Adam gets the rules and law don't apply to him attitude."
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