Ryan Edwards is in deep trouble yet again.
The 30-year-old's legal woes began back in March of 2017 when Edwards was arrested for possession of heroin.
Since then, the troubled Teen Mom 2 star has been trapped in a downward spiral that has family, friends, and fans deeply concerned.
Now, Radar Online is reporting that Ryan tested positive for heroin during one of his court-mandated drug screenings.
It's a development that could carry major legal repercussions for Edwards, who is reportedly noe coming to terms with the fact that he may be forced to serve time behind bars.
Here's what we know about the situation so far ...
The Last Straw
Ryan has been flirting with disaster for at least the past year, but those familiar with his situation say it looks as though he's finally gone too far this time.
The Secret History
Ryan's struggles with addiction were documented on Teen Mom OG, but fans didn't realize how severe his legal troubles had become. He and Mackenzie somehow managed to keep his history of brushes with the law a secret from everyone, including his ex-girlfriend and baby mama, Maci Bookout.
Ryan's web of deceit fell apart in March of this year, when he was arrested for a probation violation. In the weeks since, a number of stunning of revelations about Ryan's life have gone public.
According to documents obtained by Radar Online, back in January, Ryan failed a drug test that was a mandated part of his probation. He tested positive for opiates, leading many to the conclusion that he's been less than honest about kicking his heroin habit.
Back In Custody
After Ryan's arrest last month, Mackenzie Standifer told the press that he had been taken into custody simply so that he could be booked for a prior charge. We now know that Edwards' probation was revoked as a result of his failed drug test.
It's too soon to tell if Ryan will be locked up when Mackenze delivers his second child in October. But the arrest isn't the only concerning news Ryan has received in recent weeks ...
The Real Reason
"He failed the scheduled drug test," one insider tells Radar, confirming that Mackenzie was not being truthful when she claimed Ryan's arrest was routine. "That is why they charged him with petition to revoke."
At first, Mackenzie did her best to help Ryan maintain the illusion that everything was under control. In recent weeks, however, she's kept her silence, and she now seems to be focused on putting some distance between herself and her troubled husband.
A Crumbling Marriage?
That may have something to do with the bombshell revelation that came just 24 hours after news of Ryan's arrest. Mackenzie's worst fears came to life, as three women claimed that Ryan had contacted them online using the dating app Tinder.
Ryan used a shirtless photo for his profile and falsely claimed that he was a 25-year-old diesel mechanic. And it's not the first time he's been accused of being unfaithful to Mackenzie.
It's All Connected
Ryan's infidelity may not be tied to his legal problems, but his cheating might well be a result of his drug use. Whatever the case, it's unlikely to do him any favors in the eyes of the judge who will soon to determine whether or not Edwards needs to be locked up. In fact, Edwards seems hell-bent on proving that he's severely lacking in the character department...
Orders of Protections
In addition to cheating on his wife, Edwards stands accused of terrorizing his ex. Maci Bookout and her husband, Taylor McKinney, were recently granted orders of protection against Edwards.
A Shocking Accusation
Ryan has been accused of stalking and harassing Maci and issuing a death threat to McKinney. In court documents, the couple claims Edwards threatened to "put a bullet in [McKinney's] head."
The Harshest Blow
As a result of the restraining orders, Ryan is legally unable to see his 9-year-old son, Bentley.
No One to Turn To
Needless to say, Ryan doesn't have too many people in his corner these days. But believe it or not, that may be a good thing.
A String of Enablers
Those who know Ryan best say he's incapable of being alone and has a history of clinging to enablers. Now that those around him are getting fed up, he might finally be forced to seek help.
Back to Rehab
Ryan's best hope for avoiding prison time is to check himself into an in-patient rehab program. It wouldn't be his first time seeking treatment, but his family reportedly hopes this time will be different.
Second Time's the Charm
Ryan ended his first stint in rehab several weeks ahead of schedule and did not follow up with the necessary after-care. This time, he might be inclined to take his treatment a bit more seriously...
The End of the Line
If he doesn't, of course, this will be the end of life as Ryan knows it. In addition to prison time, he's running the risk of being permanently barred from seeing his children. If that's not enough to motivate him to get sober, but we don't what would be.