“You treated dad with such grace and with me it’s like f**k you,” Amber fired at her brother over text. “You’re young, you know better. Get it together! There is no excuse.”
“I treat you mean?” He said. “I give you a car and a house to live in!”
When Baltierra showed up to his old home that he allowed his sister to live in, police were there.
“We had a few complaints about your house,” the officer said. "The issue was the lawn and front window. We need you to mow the lawn and cover up the window.”
But it was worse when they went inside, as they found broken doors, old food, holes in the walls, a burnt vacuum and more.
“I feel like I’m walking into a horror house,” Lowell said.
The home made Baltierra more mad, as he said, “Being responsible is so difficult! It’s so hard! Poor baby!”
As RadarOnline.com exclusively reported in May 2018, her ex-husband Billy Wade Elkins Jr. and her dad Butch confirmed to RadarOnline.com that she entered rehab.
On this week’s episode, Cheyenne Floyd opened up about her daughter’s Ryder’s condition VLCAD.
“She can’t process fatty foods,” she explained to her cousin. “When she was first born she had to eat every two hours. She used to take medicine in the morning and in the night. Since it’s genetic, it's something she’ll always have. Its scary to hear that she could go into shock. It’s scary to hear that she could go into a coma.”
After getting a blood test, the doctor told Floyd that everything looks “good.”
“They’re going to email me to tell me if she has to take the medicine or not,” she said. “That was the first time she didn’t say anything crazy. The most important thing is she’s eating.”
As for Maci Bookout, her son Bentley is starting the fourth grade. Ryan Edwards’ parents discussed the idea of enrolling him in a private school.
“Bentley could go to one of the good private schools here,” Jen said. “Education, athletic programs… they’re top notch. Ryan’s put the money in an education account. The funding is there for him. He wants that opportunity for Bentley.”
Although Bentley seemed excited by the idea, Bookout wasn’t on board.
"Don’t think that just because you want to go to a private school means you’re going to go to one,” she said. “That school costs as much as college tuition costs.”
She then told her husband Taylor McKinney that she is “upset” they discussed private school with Bentley without telling her.
“I don’t think there is anything wrong with public school,” she said. “He thinks because you have to pay for it that it’s special. The fact that Bentley grew up in an odd family situation and on TV, public school is better for him. He gets exposed to different walks of life than his. I don’t want Bentley to think he is on a pedestal or belongs on one being on TV.”
Also on the episode, Bristol Palin finally found a home to move into. While packing up her 9-year-old son Tripp’s room, she explained how now-ex-husband Dakota Meyer hasn’t reached out to her son with ex Levi Johnston.
“Tripp is crushed by it,” she told a producer. “It breaks my heart.”
She added, “I’m thankful Tripp’s dad is doing amazing. We’ve turned a corner.”
Although her marriage is over, she explained how she feels “relieved.”
“I can get back on my own,” she said. “I can be a better mom and have more patience and not be walking on egg shells.”
But the feeling didn't last long, as the two fought over custody of their daughters Sailor, 2, and Atlee, 1. They agreed to having the girls every other weekend. But when she asked to swap weekends for her sister’s wedding, he was reluctant.
“That’s my week,” he said, as she responded. “Why wouldn’t the girls go to my sister’s wedding if they’re flower girls in it? I already have their tickets booked.”
“They can go, I don’t care, but I’m telling you I think it’s crazy for a whole week for the girls to be in Alaska just for a wedding,” he responded, as she asked, “To see my family?”
He then said, “You can take them any week!”
“He changed me and I changed him,” she said. “I actually started to drink a lot. When I met him he was sober, he was drinking with me. We were doing that s**t together for a few months then I find out I’m pregnant. I had to stop immediately. A couple of months after he completely quit drinking. We’re keeping each other straight.”
Teen Mom OG airs Mondays at 9/8c on MTV.
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