Adam Lind is wanted by police. RadarOnline.com can exclusively reveal that there is a warrant out for the Teen Mom 2 star's arrest for overdue child support.
"He has a warrant out for his arrest for being behind on child support," a spokesperson for the Minnehaha County Sheriff's Office in South Dakota exclusively told Radar. "The warrant is for $2,025."
"He owes her over $16,000 in child support," the source told Radar.
A clerk for Minnehaha County Court exclusively told Radar that Lind's child support was modified on February 12.
"Petitioner Lind was ordered to pay child support for Paislee Lind $500 per month," the clerk explained.
The amount per month was lowered for Lind, as Radar reported in March 2017 that the court ordered him to pay $1,203 per month for Paislee.
Not only has Lind refused to pay child support, but he also hasn't visited his youngest daughter.
"He hasn't seen Paislee since August," the source claimed. "He doesn't call or check in. She doesn't even see his family."
In September 2016, Lind had two warrants out for his arrest for failing to pay over $9,000 for both Houska and Halbur. Lind eventually paid the amount.
In addition to child support drama, Lind was arrested on November 2 for domestic assault against an ex-girlfriend. He was arrested again on December 5 for violating the no-contact order in the case.
On the same day of his most recent arrest, he was scheduled to appear in court after his ex-fiancée Stasia Huber filed a restraining order against him on November 7. The judge granted the protection order for five years.
A source close to Lind previously told Radar that he "doesn't set up time" to see either daughter.
"He has the potential to be a good dad when there aren't obstacles in his way," the source said. "At the end of the day all that matters though is his actions and his effort and it's just not there. He only works on his cars and sleeps a lot."
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