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Chelsea Houska's Baby Daddy Adam Lind Charged With FOUR Counts Of Domestic Assault

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Chelsea Houska's bad boy baby daddy Adam Lind was arrested in November for domestic assault against an ex-girlfriend. Now, can exclusively reveal the Teen Mom 2 dad was charged with FOUR counts of the chilling crime!

In court papers obtained from Lincoln County Court, Lind was arrested on November 2, 2017.


"He did attempt to cause bodily injury to another and had the actual ability to cause the injury," the complaint explained of the first count.

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For the second count, Lind "did recklessly cause bodily injury to another."

He was also charged with "attempting by physical menace or credible threat to put another in fear of imminent bodily harm, with or without the actual ability to harm the other person."

As for the final count, Lind was charged with intentionally causing bodily harm to another, which did not result in serious bodily injury.

Lind was released on a PR bond, which means his bail was dropped if he agreed to show up to court for his next hearing. He has a change of plea hearing set for December 21 with a jury trial set for January 18, 2018.

Lind was arrested again on December 5 for violating the no-contact order against his ex.

On the same day of the arrest, he was scheduled to appear in court after his ex-fiancée Stasia Huber filed a restraining order against him.

In the November 7 protection order filing, Huber, who appeared on the MTV series, made chilling claims of their toxic 3-year relationship.

"While under the influence of drugs, alcohol and steroids, he fractured my forearm, locked me in the house saying I couldn't leave, smashed my phone and once he realized what he had done, he broke down crying and took me to the ER," she alleged. "We broke up for a while after that."

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"The judge granted the protection order for Stasia against Adam," the Clerk of Court for Minnehaha County Circuit Court told "It is for five years."

Houska, who shares daughter Aubree, 8, with Lind, took action after the legal trouble. A clerk of court for Lincoln County told Houska filed a motion for change in parenting time on December 8.

"She wants to cut back on Aubree going to Adam's parents house," a source close to Houska told "She wants more of a regular grandparent visitation, not a visitation like the other parent where she has to go every other weekend. Maybe just once a month."

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