Not so fast, Adam Lind!
On last night's episode of Teen Mom 2, Chelsea Houska's wayward baby daddy vowed to get custody of their 6-year-old daughter, Aubree, after the judge's six-month wait period had ended.
But in real life, six months has come and gone since a South Dakota court ruled that working mom Houska, 24, would keep full custody of her little girl for at least half a year, when the former couple could return to court for a reevaluation.
Now RadarOnline.com can exclusively reveal that Lind, 25, has not gotten his way.
"Nothing has changed," a source close to the MTV reality starlet tells Radar. "Aubree just started kindergarten, and Chelsea feels that her daughter needs to be comfortable with her new routine before anything else changes."
When Aubree adjusts to school, the source says, then Houska will be open to meeting Lind in a mediation setting to talk custody changes.
As Radar exclusively reported, frequent jailbird Lind, 25, took Houska to court in March in hopes or getting joint custody and unsupervised visits with Aubree.
Concerned for her little girl's safety, Houska took the stand and "brought up his long history of arrests and allegations of steroid use," a source said. (Lind has denied using steroids to Radar.)
Now, just as the judge ruled in March, Lind has visits with Aubree every other weekend, supervised by his parents.
It's good to be Ms. Houska these days: She recently moved in with her sweet, hunky boyfriend, Cole DeBoer, and they even adopted a pet pig.