‘Teen Mom’ Amber Portwood Breaks No Contact Order

Filed in Gather Celeb News Channel by on January 25, 2011 0 Comments

Teen Mom Amber Portwood has broken the no contact order a judge enforced–or so it seems. The order was designed to prevent communication between Portwood and Gary Shirley, her former fiancé and father of her daughter Leah.

According to a report from RadarOnline, Portwood and Shirley have been communicating with each other on Facebook. And Facebook conversations among family members indicate that the two have either been speaking to each other on the phone or seeing each other. The order maintains that any form of communication is prohibited.

Both Amber Portwood and Gary Shirley have recently petitioned the court to have the no contact order lifted. The two have hopes of reconciling and working on their relationship. The judge didn’t see it quite that way, however, and said the order would stay in effect until Portwood’s trial.

Amber Portwood was charged back in December with three counts of battery and one count of neglect of a minor. She was originally issued a no contact order for both Shirley and her daughter Leah, but the order prohibiting contact with the two-year-old was eventually lifted.

The Teen Mom stars clearly have a lot of issues, first and foremost that of obeying the law. However, for the sake of the two-year-old child involved in the midst of this ridiculous chaos, someone needs to step in and take control of the whole situation. That may happen, too, if the courts get wind of the fact that the no contact order between the two has been broken. It is becoming clearer over time that neither Amber Portwood nor Gary Shirley has any business raising a child.

 

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