'Teen Mom' Amber Portwood Defends Bad News Fiancé For Bashing Her BFF

//amber portwood defends matt baier pp
Source: MTV

Feb. 24 2016, Updated 5:14 p.m. ET

Link to FacebookShare to TwitterShare to Email

Amber Portwood continues to stand by her man despite his dark past! The Teen Mom OG star defended her fiancé Matt Baier for bashing her friend Kailyn Lowry on Twitter.

RadarOnline.com uncovered tweets of the super fan making fun of Lowry's appearance.

"Kailyn's face breaks my TV," he tweeted in 2014, while another read, "The worst thing that ever happened to high definition is Kailyn's face #DAMN."

But Portwood, 25, apparently didn't see a problem with her fiancé's bullying, as she tweeted, "@KailLowry that was before we met you guys and he stopped that ignorance. We love Kail and she knows it… that's all that matters."

Article continues below advertisement

Lowry responded to her friend's apology, "I know that!!! Love you!"

This isn't the first time Portwood has defended the 44-year-old's bad behavior.

Radar obtained documents proving Baier has five child support cases against him for seven children after Gary Shirley broke the shocking news on a recent episode.

"There have been many stories and allegations surrounding Matt's past," Portwood, who has struggled with addiction issues, said in a statement earlier this month. "Just as my own journey has proven, people make mistakes and should be given a second chance without being judged solely on those choices. We are happy and focused on building our future together."

But the scandals don't end there, as Radar exclusively learned Baier moved from Massachusetts to Indiana to live with Portwood the same month he was evicted from his apartment in October 2014.

Do you think Portwood will ever dump Baier? Tell us in the comments!

Advertisement

© Copyright 2021 Radar Media Group LLC. Radar and RadarOnline are registered trademarks. All Rights Reserved. People may receive compensation for some links to products and services on this website. Offers may be subject to change without notice.