There's more legal drama for Teen Mom star Gary Shirley.
The 24-year-old ex-fiance of Amber Portwood was pulled over by Indiana police recently who discovered that he had his license suspended, RadarOnline.com has exclusively learned.
Shirley, who split from Portwood after he was punched and slapped during an expletive-filled rant, appeared in court last Thursday and pleaded not guilty - the same day his ex was charged for domestic violence.
"He had a ticket for a seatbelt violation and then he was pulled over and the police told him he had a suspended license," according to a source close to Shirley.
He was unaware of the suspension and didn't get a notice about it, the source added.
Portwood was charged with domestic violence last week after scenes of her beating Shirley were aired on the hit MTV reality show.
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Even though the pair's daughter Leah is still in his care, as Amber settled into a new home, Shirley is finding his way around town without wheels thanks to the help of supportive friends and family.
"Gary has friends who drive him when they can and when his mom gets off work she'll drive him if he needs something," a pal said.
"They're all pitching in."