Everyone who watched Teen Mom as entertainment should probably feel a little bit worse about it today, because Amber Portwood said that every time you see her on screen… she was high.
Which means we were all witnessing a young mother struggle on screen while putting her child in extreme danger. Her addiction came before her little one's safety.
Luckily — and we hope this is a trend that sticks — Amber seems to have been changed by prison. After being released in early November, we've seen in interviews a different side of her. She spent more than a year behind bars.
In a new clip on an upcoming episode of Dr. Phil, Amber talks about her addiction. You won't believe what she says! Check out the clip AFTER THE JUMP!!!
Dr. Phil's guest Jennifer, claims that she only feeds her son "health food." Right?
It's not until Jillian Michaels practically takes her head off, and tells her "You are literally killing your son" and "He's gonna die at 30" and he's gonna be "buried in a piano box," that she shows any sign of guilt.
Child Obesity is an epidemic!
Parents need to take responsibility for their children's lives!
Steven is a convicted drug dealer and once he was found with O'Donnell, he was also charged with third-degree distribution of obscenity to a minor and endangering the welfare of a child based on the fact that the then missing girl was only 17-years-old.
Now that Chels just turned 18, a judge agreed that she's able to reunite with Sheerer because she's a consenting adult.
Furthermore, C.D. also revealed that she initially misrepresented herself as 19 on the dating app Tinder where the two first met. Steven has been adamant about not knowing O'Donnell's real age during the time she was missing, a claim which has been corroborated with evidence.
A legal representative said of the dramatic situation: