NEW PHOTO: Teen Mom Amber Portwood Gets Tattoo Of Daughter Leah

Controversial Teen Mom star Amber Portwood never wants to lose her daughter, so she recently took a dramatic step to prove it: she got a full-torso tattoo portrait of two-year-old Leah.

As discovered, Portwood is proudly showing off a colorful tattoo on the left side of her stomach featuring Leah’s face surrounded by roses.

The ink appears to be unfinished, as there are still parts left uncolored with just the outlining.

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According to a source close to the Indiana native: “she got the tattoo as a way to show her commitment to Leah” — and so far it’s her first and only tattoo.

The 20-year-old mother has come under immense scrutiny since she was charged with felony domestic violence for assaulting her baby’s father, Gary Shirley, during an episode of the hit MTV show.

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The Department of Child Protective Services was forced to get involved, placing the baby with Shirley for a short period before giving her back to Portwood after she purchased a new bed for her daughter and cleaned up her home.

As previously reported, Portwood hit Shirley again – this time away from prying cameras – after an argument ensued involving his new girlfriend, Ashley.

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Portwood has also stepped back into the dating pool since her split with Shirley, spending the majority of her time with Clinton Yunker, who has two children of his own and a lengthy criminal record.



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