Last week, Teen Mom star Amber Portwood revealed that she’s been suffering from bipolar and dissociative disorders for years. She’s going to want to hold tight to those diagnoses when she goes before a judge in January, because at the current moment she’s looking at jail time for failing to adhere to the terms of her probation.
Amber was put on probation after beating up babydaddy Gary Shirley; the sentence was suspended on the condition that she manage to stay sober in public and actually plan a future for herself and daughter Leah. But TMZ reports that the reality star has managed to break just about every rule put on her:
- “failure to behave well in society”—i.e., she would get drunk in public, and last month she hit someone in a restaurant
- failure to obtain a GED
- failure to set up a $10,000 college fund for Leah
- failure to pay probation fees
- failure to complete six months of anger management classes
Yesterday, Indiana’s Child Protective Services finally concluded its investigation into Amber and Gary, and it seems that Gary came out on top. He initially tweeted that he got full custody of Leah “with Amber in agreement,” but later erased that tweet and replaced it with “My daughter officially mine. More than before.” Amber told E! News that she and Gary have joint custody but that the only reason CPS decided that Leah should live with Gary is because Amber’s home got vandalized.
Not, you know, because Amber herself acts like a child.