After her baby daddy Adam Lind's latest arrest, Chelsea Houska wisely moved to limit his visitation with their daughter.
And that makes even more sense when you here the details of the charges that he's facing for his domestic assault.
All four of them.
As we mentioned, Adam Lind was arrested ... again ... and has some serious legal struggles ahead of him.
This time, it's wasn't for yet again testing positive for meth right before having a visitation for one of his kids.
It wasn't even for another domestic assault, though it's definitely related to his recent bout of alleged violence against a woman.
This last arrest was for violating a protective order.
How did he get a protective order -- forbidding him from coming near or contacting baby mama Stasia Huber -- in the first place?
Well, hear it in Stasia's own words:
"While under the influence of drugs, alcohol, and steroids," Stasia reveals in court documents. "he fractured my forearm."
That alone would be a nightmare and, quite frankly, enough for us to be just fine with the idea of Lind spending a solid chunk of time in prison, but Stasia Huber continues:
"... Locked me in the house saying I couldn't leave, smashed my phone ..."
Terrifying. She's describing being imprisoned and cut off, unable to flee his alleged violence and also unable to call for help.
"And once he realized what he had done, he broke down crying and took me to the ER."
A lot of abusers display remorse; it doesn't mean that they're going to change. And it doesn't undo their unforgivable actions.
So, what do those horrible deeds look like in official, legal terms?
RadarOnline got a hold of some court documents. After Adam Lind was arrested on November 2nd, he was charged with:
For the first count: "He did attempt to cause bodily injury to another and had the actual ability to cause the injury."
For the second count: "Did recklessly cause bodily injury to another."
For the third count: "Attempting by physical menace or credible threat to put another in fear of imminent bodily harm, with or without the actual ability to harm the other person."
And for the fourth count, he was charged with intentionally causing bodily harm to another.
Quite frankly, we're surprised that none of those charges includes kidnapping or false imprisonment or something along those lines.
(It's always possible that the charges could be amended, we're sure)
Considering the allegations against Lind, the charges, the fact that he apparently violated Stasia's protective order, and the timeline -- that he got busted for meth as recently as April ... well, he's in a whole heap of trouble.
Adam Lind was released from jail. Maybe this time, he'll pay attention to Stasia Huber's protective order.
All of this is fodder to reduce or outright end visitations. Quite frankly, a man who does the things of which Adam Lind is accused does not need to be around children, no matter how much he may love them in his moments of sobriety.
Chelsea Houska is really one of the better mothers in the Teen Mom franchise. By all appearances, Aubree would be better served by spending zero time with a 'roided out meth-head.
Honestly, Adam Lind's arrest record isn't colorful -- it's chilling. Visitation and custody topics could be moot, depending upon what the court thinks of his behavior.
He has a plea hearing on Thursday, and his jury trial begins on January 18th. We'll keep you updated.