“It was dismissed based on the request of the petitioner,” the spokeswoman explains.
A close friend of the mom of two tells Radar that she no longer feels threatened by Lind, 23.
“She dropped it because he left her alone,” the friend says. “He respected her wishes and as long as he continues to do that, they won’t have a problem.”
Though a source close to the father of Houska’s 5-year-old daughter Aubree claims he never harassed Beaton, the 26-year-old claimed in court documents that Lind attacked her at a dirt bike racing event on November 28.
“Adam grabbed me by the back of the arms and threw me to the side,” she wrote in papers obtained by Radar. “By the time I got down the stairs, he was gone. He took off running.”
“Adam has been violent often in the past few months,” Beaton continued. “Adam has threatened to kill my family and is also contacting my family on Facebook and also via phone/text. There were multiple times he threatened me.”
Despite the dismissed protection order, Lind still has plenty of other legal troubles. On December 9, the construction worker pleaded not guilty to stalking charges stemming from the altercation with Beaton in Minnehaha County Court.
He is expected to appear in court for a hearing on February 4.
He also has a custody battle brewing. As Radar reported, Houska, 23, is planning to take Lind to court to prevent him from being alone with Aubree.
“Sadly, Chelsea might have to ask for visits at a visitation center to ensure Aubree is safe at all times,” a source revealed. “She feels bad that her daughter has a dad like Adam.”