Ryan Edwards Admits He Wants To ‘Separate’ From Pregnant Wife Mackenzie
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Is Ryan Edwards’ wife Mackenzie going to be pregnant and alone? On the season finale of Teen Mom OG, Edwards told his pregnant wife that he wanted to separate during a blowout fight.
During a sonogram appointment, Edwards seemed unimpressed to see his baby for the first time. “It looks like a boy,” he mumbled. “Let’s get out of here so I could lay down.” When they got in the car, they began fighting over directions. “Mac your attitude,” he said, as she shot back, “You’re a d**k!” He then fired, “I just don’t know if I can do this for nine months with you. I think we just need to separate for nine months.”
As readers know, Edwards went to rehab in May for heroin abuse. Hs baby mama Maci Bookout expressed her concern that he could be using again while out to lunch with her mother. When her mom asked if Edwards, who shares son Bentley, 9, with Bookout passed a drug test, she responded, “No.” “If he were clean he would take a drug test,” Sharon said, as Bookout replied, “My people know people… he’s not clean.”
Also on the episode, Catelynn Lowell returned home from rehab. She entered on November 17 after suffering suicidal thoughts following a miscarriage. But only days after returning home, Lowell decided to go back to treatment. “I started having really bad anxiety in the mornings,” she told her husband Tyler Baltierra. “Obviously my meds aren’t working. I have to force myself to get in the shower and put makeup on.”
She then revealed that she is going back to rehab. “I wouldn’t blame Tyler if you want to just divorce me,” she cried. “I put you through so much. You’re an awesome husband to stand by me through this s**t.” He responded. “I’m not ever leaving. I’m not going anywhere. Don’t think like that.”
Although Lowell’s counselor recommended outpatient rehab before returning to inpatient, she decided to head back to treatment for six weeks to switch her medication in a more monitored environment.
While Balrierra was supportive, he went off while out to dinner with his sister. “It pissed me off a little bit,” he vented. “There wasn’t a process. She did not weigh any options. I think outpatient is what’s best for Nova. She looked at me and said, ‘She’ll manage.’ She’ll manage? She’s three! She’ll manage nothing.” When his sister explained that maybe she’s scared to be honest with Baltierra, he fired back, “Maybe you should not be with me. Maybe I’m not the right guy for you. Maybe I’m not good enough for you.”
As for Amber Portwood, she got upset when her daughter chose to sleep over a friend’s house instead of spending the weekend with her. “It’s an ongoing battle to stay in her life and for her to even be around me,” she said of Leah. “She don’t even want to come over anymore. She wants to stay with her friends instead of staying with me, which hurts my feelings a lot. I need to be strict and say no you have to come over here.”
When she asked her baby daddy Gary Shirley, who has full custody of Leah, 9, to switch weekends, he refused. “She wants me to give her my weekends,” he explained to his wife. “It’s my time. It’s up to me.” Portwood then explained that she would not go to court for more custody because she doesn’t want to take Leah away from her home with her father.
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