LOCK HIM UP! LOCK HIM UP! LOCK HIM UP!
When Amber Portwood chants this these days, she is not talking about Donald Trump and his impending impeachment trial, according to new legal paperwork filed on Wednesday, November 6.
Instead, she's talking about ex-boyfriend Andrew Glennon.
Portwood believes Glennon ought to be held in contempt because he is not abiding by the rules of the former couple's custody agreement.
In what way? And could this actually happen?
Scroll down for an update on the very troubled Teen Mom...
Everyone Knows How We Got Here, Right?
Amber was arrested on July 5 for allegedly attacking Andrew while he was holding their 18-month old son in his arms, James.
She Even Threatened to Kill Herself AND Used a Machete
Allegedly, that is. Andrew has said Portwood swallowed a bunch of pills (and then threw them back up), prior to using a machete to try and break down the bathroom door behind which Andrew and James were hiding.
Is She Going to Jail?
No. We previously detailed how Amber ageed to a plea deal
and will almost definitely avoid jail time for this incident.
What About Custody of James, Though?
That's the question we're dealing with now... and we have a bunch of details and updates we can offer to readers.
Let's Start with This:
Andrew has primary custody of the toddler. This is understandable and this has been the case ever since Amber was taken into custody.
When and How Can Amber See Her Son?
She can only see her son on three non-consecutive “days” per week, with one of those days (likely on the weekend) for 10 hours. The other days’ visits must last for no more than three hours.