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New Man? 'Teen Mom 2' Star Adam Lind's New Girlfriend Danielle Anderson Speaks Out: 'He's Changed A Lot'

Adam Lind New Girlfriend

Apr. 14 2015, Updated 7:14 a.m. ET

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With a history of DUIs, car crashes and restraining orders, Adam Lind may seem like a risky choice for romance. But RadarOnline.com can exclusively reveal that stunning South Dakota mother of two Danielle Anderson, 26, is now exclusively dating the Teen Mom 2 bad boy, 24.

"People don't see what I see," Anderson exclusively tells Radar. "I see him as a person who is ready to settle down."

Anderson says she met the father of Teen Mom 2 star Chelsea Houska's 5-year-old daughter Aubree in March 2014, after she had separated from her husband. The two started a friendship.

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"I was going through a lot of marital problems, and I turned to Adam," the brunette explains. "Then he started opening up to me about what's going on in his own life, which I could relate to. We just clicked."

Months later, Anderson claims the platonic relationship sparked into something more. After dating on and off, they officially got together late last month.

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When her 7-year-old daughter and 5-year-old son finish school in June, Anderson and the kids plan to move in with Lind in Sioux Falls.

"We are making sure we have a plan for everything," she insists. "He wants that family life. That's what I think he sees in me."

Anderson acknowledges that Lind has an, er, complicated life. On March 23, he faced Houska, 23, in court over custody of Aubree, and a judge declined to give Lind unsupervised visits with his eldest daughter. Just hours later, the welder was arrested on a warrant for failure to appear in court in his child support battle with baby mama #2 Taylor Halbur, 25, the mom of his daughter Paislee, 18 months.

Last week, another ex, Jessica Nicole, 33, filed for a restraining order against him, claiming the MTV reality star assaulted her and threatened her life.

"People make mistakes," Anderson says. "He has changed a lot. He's been sober for two years, he has a full time job and a certificate for personal training. He wants to build a business."

"We want our kids to know what it's like to have a family. His girls deserve a family life with their dad as well."

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