Earlier this week, we reported that Amber Portwood's boyfriend, Andrew Glennon, has been accused of stalking and harassing an ex, with the situation eventually becoming so dire that the woman was granted a three-year restraining order.
But it turns out that wasn't the whole story.
We now know that two of Andrew's recent exes have requested and been granted legal protection from the reality TV producer.
The second restraining order request was filed in 2015 after a relationship of just three months.
The ex in that case said she feared for her safety and asked that her family be granted protection from Glennon, as well.
"He has threatened me verbally and I believe yesterday he sent an anonymous letter to my boss and coworkers to deliberately trying to smear me,” she wrote in court documents.
“He has contacted my family and my friends in order to try and find out about me. I am scared for my safety and I am scared of him.”
Fans are understandably concerned, as Amber just rid herself of one low-life with a history of troubling legal problems when she dumped Matt Baier back in June.
Now, it seems she's found herself in another dangerous relationship.
Perhaps in response to the outpouring of concern, Glennon is now addressing the charges against him.
“I have three sisters and would never consider stalking nor harassing any women," he said in a statement issued to Radar Online.
"In hindsight, I should have contested the first [restraining order filed against me].”
As for the second restraining order, Glennon rather astonishingly admits to sending the anonymous letter, but maintains he did so out of a sense of duty to our nation's children. No, seriously:
"I felt it necessary, her being a teacher, to let her employers know what type of person they have working for them,” he told Radar.
“She was one of the most poisonous relationships I’ve ever had.”
Despite the "poisonous" nature of the relationship, Glennon says he still speaks to the second ex on a regular basis.
Sounds to us like Amber should run from this guy and never look back.
Watch Teen Mom: OG online to relive Portwood's long history of awful relationships.