If you watch Teen Mom 2 online, then you're probably aware that Adam Lind won't be winning any father of the year contests in the near future.
Lind has been creating problems for his daughters and their mothers for years, but in the past few weeks, he seems to have stepped his game up, finding new and interesting ways to hit rock bottom.
The most recent controversy surrounding Lind has to do with allegations of hard drug use.
The embattled reality star's second baby mama, Taylor Halbur, is fighting for custody of their daughter, and court documents reveal that Lind tested positive for meth following a supervised visit with the girl.
The drug doesn't stay in one's system for very long, so it was easy for Halbur's lawyers to argue that Lind was high during the visit.
Not a good look for a guy who's already provided several seasons' worth of televised evidence that he's not the world's most devoted dad.
Amazingly, however, it looks as though Halbur's efforts to have Lind stripped of his custody rights haven't paid off ... yet.
The above photo was posted to Lind's Facebook page earlier this week, and it appears to show his and Halbur's daughter, Paislee, enjoying some time in a kiddie pool with his two bulldogs.
The image caught some by surprise, as it was widely assumed that the court would suspend Lind's visitation rights as a result of the inflammatory claims made by Halbur.
There's no word yet on whether Lind has been permitted to spend time with Aubree, his daughter by Teen Mom 2 star Chelsea Houska.
According to recently-uploaded Instagram photos, Aubree is currently in Florida with her mother and stepfather, Cole DeBoer.
Houska has not spoken publicly about the latest allegations against Adam Lind.
In recent weeks, Lind's Facebook page has been a frequent source of controversy.
Hundreds of fans remarked on Lind's weight loss after a recent photo showed the former bodybuilder looking suprisingly gaunt.
Many speculated that the change in appearance was drug-related.
Lind has yet to comment on the matter.
He seems confident that he'll retain visitation rights, but the matter is in a judge's hands now.