Chelsea Houska’s baby daddy Adam Lind tested positive for meth during a court-ordered drug test and has been accused of steroid use – but the drug allegations don’t end there! In court papers exclusively obtained by RadarOnline.com, the Teen Mom 2 dad is now being accused of abusing cocaine.
In court papers obtained from the Circuit Court of Minnehaha County, Lind’s second baby mama Taylor Halbur accuses him of cocaine use in an attempt to change custody of their daughter Paislee, 3, to supervised visits.
“As part of Plaintiff’s legal troubles, he was required to be on alcohol monitoring,” the filing from January 19, 2017 reads. “He was on alcohol monitoring when we entered the agreement and was more stable.”
She claims that since Lind has been off alcohol monitoring, she has become “increasingly concerned regarding Plaintiff’s behavior.”
“Recently, he has had a significant change in his appearance,” the court papers read. “Chelsea Houska was contacted by an ex-girlfriend regarding concerns she has regarding Plaintiff’s drug usage, alcohol and erratic behavior.”
Lind’s ex-girlfriend, who Radar has chosen to respect the privacy of, claimed he “had showed her cocaine that he has in his possession.”
“She also confirmed that he does engage in steroid use,” she continued. “I understand that Plaintiff will use steroids for muscle growth but will then use methamphetamines to cut weight.”
As Radar reported, Lind tested positive for meth during a routine drug test as part of their custody battle. Court papers revealed he had a “substantial” amount of meth in his system “just over 24 hours before he was to have the parties’ minor child.”
Halbur then went on to give examples of his erratic behavior. When she picked their daughter up after New Year’s holiday, she claimed Lind was acting “very odd,” “overly happy” and “paranoid.”
“He cannot get off the drugs,” she wrote. “This would be consistent with his appearance. He is remarkably thin.”
In Lind’s response to the filing, he denied his ex-girlfriend’s claims.
“I deny using steroids or other drugs,” he responded in his March 2, 2017 filing. “I deny a significant change in my appearance. The only thing about my appearance that has changed is I have a beard and no longer have a shaved haircut.”
He also denied showing anyone cocaine.
As for New Year's, he claimed he was happy because his birthday is on January 1.
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