Chelsea Houska has expressed her concern over troubled baby daddy Adam Lind’s drug problem on Teen Mom 2, but his issues are worse than she could ever imagine. In an explosive restraining order exclusively obtained by RadarOnline.com, Lind’s ex-girlfriend Stasia Huber is accusing him of physical abuse, drug use, harassment and more chilling claims.
In court papers obtained from Minnehaha County Circuit Court, Huber filed for a protection order for domestic abuse on November 7, 2017. Huber, who has appeared on Teen Mom 2, requested he stay 500 feet from her for five years. She also requested that Lind, who tested positive for meth during a court-ordered drug test in April, obtain counseling for substance addiction.
In the order, Huber explained how the couple dated for three years and were engaged for one year. She broke off the engagement and moved out of their home in mid-April because of a "long list of betrayal, emotional abuse, drugs and lying/cheating.”
“On September 17, 2017, after the texts and calls wouldn’t stop, I blocked him on everything and have not talked to him since,” she wrote. “It was after he sent me some depressing texts and we started to argue he threatened to hit me with his car if he ever saw me by his place.” Since then, she explained that he has showed up at her home, messaged her friends and had his friend contact her.
Huber then described the abuse she claimed she suffered throughout their 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 wrote. “We broke up for a while after that.”
Another time, she claimed he became so angry with her that he “ripped the bedroom door off of its hinges and threw it across the room and then put a hole in the bedroom wall.” He then went to the garage and drank a pack of beer within minutes. “He threw a beer bottle and it smashed on the wall next to me and cut my leg and foot and hand,” she wrote. “Another time, out with friends drinking, I was driving us home and Adam began punching his windshield and laughed hysterically.”
In September 2015 while broken up, Huber went out for a friend’s birthday. She claimed Lind had been drinking and threatened to “beat up” any man she was with. “Once I got there, he came at me yelling and my friend ran to move me away from him and his friends began to hold him back. Then him and his friends started fighting each other until the owner told them they had to leave because they were trashing the place.”
She claimed Lind would ask for her back while “sleeping with and doing drugs with” other women. “He threatened to drive himself drunk to a guy’s house to ‘talk’ so I would drive him over an hour away, just to have this guy pointing a rifle at us,” she wrote. “I had a married women who I thought I was in the way of her being with Adam, threaten my life with an AK-47. I was constantly being stalked or harassed by other women he was cheating on me with.”
The final straw came when she woke up to knocking and her doorbell ringing the night Lind was arrested for domestic assault on November 2. “Due to excessive amounts and methods to contact me, I have had to block Adam from all social media, phone numbers and email,” she wrote in the bombshell order. “Because I did not want to see or talk to him, my roommate went outside and threatened to call the cops.” Although Lind left the residence, he began messaging her roommate to tell Huber to meet with him.
Huber ended the restraining order with, “He got very paranoid and edgy in the end of our relationship. I blame the drugs for most of it. When I moved out, it seems things have gotten worse with the drugs and desperation. This is something I never wanted to do, things I never wanted to bring to light, but I feel like this is the only option. I just want him to get help, move on, and be happy. I can’t be there for him anymore.”
The temporary protection order has been granted until their upcoming court hearing on December 5. Radar has attempted to contact Lind for comment.
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