Amber Portwood's future stepson is moving in to help overcome his addiction with drugs. But RadarOnline.com has exclusively learned Matt Baier's son isn't on Teen Mom OG to kick his drug habit!
"He didn't go there to get help with his drug addiction," Chris Baier's baby mama MaDonna Stands, who accused him of abandoning her while pregnant with his child, told Radar. "He just wants to be in the spotlight like his dad now."
MaDonna doesn't believe living with Amber and Matt will help him end his battle with various substances.
"If they wanted to help him why isn't he in some kind of treatment?" she asked. "He should be in treatment. They just pretend he's sober. They're not doing anything to help!"
MaDonna explained how she tried to "keep him sober" during their time together, but her efforts failed. She accused the father of her child of leaving her because they were "fighting a lot."
Now, she refuses to accept help from Chris and his family, as she believes he is "exactly like his father."
"I just don't need any of them, I never did," she said. "I'm better off alone than with a lying addict. I don't want my child to have a father like Matt was to Chris. I don't ever want Matt or Amber around my child!"
As Radar readers know, Matt has nine children with seven different women. Child support cases filed by five of the women were recently dismissed.
"Chris will be just like his dad, he already is," she recently told Radar. "I know he will have nothing to do with my child and I'm okay with that."
But Chris fought back against his ex-girlfriend's claims, explaining how he did not join the show for fame.
"I'm off the show," she said. "I don't live with Matt and Amber anymore, but we're doing fine."
He also revealed that he will be involved in their child's life despite the split.
"Of course I'm going to be in the child's life, that's guaranteed," he said. "I'm just not in love with MaDonna."
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