Amber Portwood Accuses Her Ex Matt Baier of Domestic Abuse on ‘Marriage Boot Camp’
It’s an Amber alert! Even though most fans know that Teen Mom OG star Amber Portwood was bound to bring the drama when she filmed Season 2 of WE tv’s Marriage Boot Camp: Reality Stars Family Edition over the summer of 2017, but we had no idea things would get this crazy! The network just released a teaser clip of the upcoming season featuring clips of Amber’s antics throughout the show and it looks like things really get tense between her and her ex-fiancé Matt Baier.
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In the clip, Amber rolled her eyes, hit a punching bag with what seemed to be a baseball bat, and then screamed at another cast member, “F–k you b—h, do I look f–king high?” Amber lost her temper again at another cast member when she yelled, “Shut the f–k up before I flip this f–king table against your g–damn head.”
Then, Amber turns her anger towards Matt, whom she had previously claimed that she had broken up with before they even arrived at the Marriage Boot Camp house. “You’re a piece of s–t,” she yelled at him. Matt responded, “Really?” and Amber dropped a major bombshell. “Why do you think I’m so angry? Because you hit me,” she screamed.
Amber has dropped hints about the alleged physical abuse that she suffered through while she was dating Matt, and her comment in the MBC teaser seems to confirm it. It’s unclear whether Matt and Amber will open up more about the alleged domestic violence that went on in their relationship during the show and it’s clear that Amber and Matt are not together anymore, but that’s not going to stop fans from tuning in to catch all of the tea.
“Although we know the ending, I am curious to watch the train wreck,” one fan wrote, and another commented, “Dam [sic] Amber really does have some serious anger issues.” Marriage Boot Camp: Reality Stars Family Edition is set to premiere in March on WE tv.
If you or someone you know is suffering from domestic abuse, please contact The National Domestic Abuse Hotline.
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