It's only been four days since Ryan Edwards got released from prison after serving three months for a probation violation.
And already, the Teen Mom OG star is showing signs that he still hasn't changed his ways.
Within 24 hours of returning home, Ryan accused wife Mackenzie Standifer of cheating on him.
And with erratic behavior like that, it's not hard to see why the rest of his family has severe doubts about Edwards' ability to remain sober.
Take a look:
One Troubled Dad
In the past two years, Ryan has been arrested three times, and he's checked himself into rehab twice.
The Power of Addiction
From an outsiders' perspective, Ryan seems to have it all. But heroin has such a profound hold on him that he keeps throwing it all away.
An Attempt to Get Clean
Ryan's most recent stint in rehab was also his longest. He spent 90 days in a treatment center in late 2018, missing the birth of his second son in the process.
Back to His Old Ways
Unfortunately, less than two months after leaving treatment, Edwards was arrested for heroin possession and skipping out on a bar tab.
A Familiar Pattern
The drink-and-dash charge was dropped, but Ryan wound up behind bars for three months for violating his probation.
Ryan was released from prison on Monday, but already, it seems his family is concerned that he's returned to his old ways.
"Being incarcerated, his family hopes he learned his lesson and stays clean," a source close to the situation tells Radar Online.
Preparing For the Worst
"Would they bet on it? Not on a dime," the insider adds.
A Powerful Spell
"Drugs are very powerful," says the tipster. "When your body needs them, you do things you normally wouldn't do."
A Familiar Pattern
Ryan's family has been down this road several times before. And it seems they have some ideas with regard to what might help him avoid disaster.
"Jen would like for Ryan to find a counselor, someone he can talk to," the source says of Ryan's mother.
"Larry has a lot of plans they would like to happen, but they don't happen," the informant adds of his father.
Turning to a Higher Power
"His family is hoping and praying," the insider adds.
A Complicated Man
"A lot of people love him. He's a good guy. He's done good things and bad things," the tipster continues.
"They believe God has a plan for Ryan," says the anonymous insider.
All the Love
"They'll always love him," the source adds."They will always be there. They're not shielding them because it is what it is. They're there to support him."
"They will always be there. They're not shielding them because it is what it is. They're there to support him."
In the time since he left prison, Ryan has reportedly been eager to spend some time alone, but his family isn't letting that happen, as they know where it leads.
On a Short Leash
"He's had no private time at all," the insider says.
Back to Nature
"He said he wants to sit in the woods for a whole day and not have to listen to anyone talk. He wants to get on his motorcycle and ride it," says the informant.
But apparently, Mackenzie is having none of that. "She told him, 'I've been taking care of these kids. You need to help me with the kids when you're done!' She's been really good," the source claims. "She's been very firm with Ryan."
Tough But Fair
That may sound harsh, but Ryan has a lot of trust to earn back -- and a whole lot to lose.