Even when he's already behind bars, Adam Lind manages to find new and creative ways to get in trouble with the law.
Earlier this week, Lind was arrested for allegedly violating an order of protection attained by an ex-girlfriend.
While Lind was being held without bail in a South Dakota jail, a restraining order against him was granted to a different ex, Stasia Huber.
News of Lind's latest legal trouble comes courtesy of Radar Online.
The site reports that Lind will be forbidden to make any sort of contact with Huber for a period of five years.
“The judge granted the protection order for Stasia against Adam,” the Clerk of Court for Minnehaha County Circuit Court tells Radar Online.
“It is for five years.”
Because he was behind bars at the time, Lind did not attend the hearing.
“Because he wasn’t there it was granted,” says one insider.
“She still wanted to go through with it.”
In court documents filed last month, Huber provided a shocking account of Lind's violent and abusive behavior.
“While under the influence of drugs, alcohol and steroids, he fractured my forearm, locked me in the house saying I couldn’t leave, smashed my phone and once he realized what he had done, he broke down crying and took me to the ER," she wrote.
"We broke up for a while after that,” Huber added, noting that shortly thereafter, she and Lind separated for good.
This is just the latest in a long line of legal troubles for the troubled Teen Mom 2 star.
Back in June, Lind tested positive for methamphetamines just prior to a scheduled visit with his youngest daughter.
Lind has refused to check into rehab, despite frequent pleas from his loved ones and legal counsel.
Though she has yet to challenge his visitation rights, Lind's ex Chelsea Houska has taken steps to ensure that he will not be permitted to drive with their daughter in the car.
It's unclear what will happen to Adam from here, but it looks as though a stint behind bars may be in his near future.
Watch Teen Mom 2 online to be reminded of just how egregious Lind's behavior has been over the years.