Ryan Edwards was caught on camera swerving while high on drugs on the season finale of Teen Mom OG, but that wasn’t the first time he’s been busted driving recklessly! RadarOnline.com can exclusively reveal that Maci Bookout’s baby daddy caused a crash when he swerved into the opposite lane.
According to a crash report obtained from the Chattanooga Police Department in Tennessee, Edwards caused a head-on collision on December 12, 2014.
“As Edwards entered the area, his vehicle drifted into the west bound lane of travel while he was moving east bound,” the report read. “As Edwards’ vehicle entered the west bound lane, the second driver did not have time to avoid contact with the front of Edwards’ vehicle.”
At the time of the crash, Edwards refused a medical transport and was taken to Erlanger Hospital by a personal vehicle.
Police claim alcohol and drugs were not found on the scene. Edwards was not given a drug or alcohol test at that time.
As readers know, Edwards was busted swerving while high on drugs on this week’s TMOG episode.
“Why are you swerving?” his wife Mackenzie Standifer asked, as he slurred, “My eyes baby in the sunlight I can’t keep them open.”
She punched his shoulder throughout the scene as he continued to nod off.
“Hey you know what would be the coolest?” he asked. “Bachelor and bachelorette parties. I just thought about it, but I can’t rethink about it. We’re going to be married, we’re going to be married.”
Standifer then turned the camera off, but left their microphones on as she asked if he took Xanax again.
After the scene was filmed, Edwards entered rehab for his addiction issues.
“A little over 30 days ago, I made the decision to check myself into a rehabilitation facility,” he told MTV. “I am back home now doing well, and life could not be better. Without the support of my wife and parents I would not have been able to do this. Thank you all for your well wishes.”
As Radar reported, Edwards’ ex-girlfriend Dalis Connell revealed he entered rehab in December 2012 for his alleged addiction to Roxycodone.
“He relapsed,” Connell said. “He wasn’t interested in rehab. We had to drag him there the first time. He never said he wanted to get better, he just wanted the withdrawals to stop.”
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