Amber Portwood has been at the center of some rather scathing allegations of late.
Most notably, she's been accused of attacking her boyfriend, Andrew Glennon, with a machete.
You're almost definitely familiar with that story if you're reading this article right now, but you may not be aware of an allegation Portwood just made herself.
She claims she's done with Instagram -- for the foreseeable future at least.
Why would the disgraced reality star make such an assertion?
What has driven her to arrive at this decision?
Scroll down for the latest...
Wait, Why Has Amber Even Been on Social Media This Whole Time?
It's a great question. Portwood's attorneys have been pleading with her for months to get offline because she keeps posting inflammatory things, often aimed at Glennon, that only hurt her custody case.
But Amber Has Been Ignoring These Pleas
Because of course she has, right?
And She's Been Making Life Worse for Herself
As predicted, you know? Most recently, Katie Joy, host of the Without a Crystal Ball vlog, told authorities that Amber has been issuing threats against her online after Joy shared multiple recordings that seemed to featured Portwood verbally abusing Glennon... a lot.
What Did Amber Actually Say?
A spokesperson for the Marion County District Attorney in Indiana told TMZ that Joy went to the police and cited these threats, specifically saying Portwood told her that she "knows her address," a statement Joy interpreted at a PHYSICAL threat.
Is She a Moron?!?
No comment... but we can only assume that Portwood reaching a plea deal to avoid prison sadly empowered the reality star, making her think she can now just say or do anything without legal repercussions.
But Here's the Thing:
First, Amber is on probation. She has to actually NOT break the law for the next two-and-a-half years if she wants to avoid prison.