As RadarOnline.com revealed, Amber Portwood's fiancé Matt Baier has at least eight secret children and a criminal past— but there's even more the Teen Mom OG star may not know about her man.
Right now, Portwood, 25, and Baier flip houses for cash in her native Indiana. But in 2008, the 44-year-old Boston native wrote a novel called Guys Don't Rat On Guys.
He used the pen name Grey Baker to publish his fictional book, which explores the life of a sexual abuse victim.
"I have lived, and survived, a very interesting life," Baier wrote on his author bio. "My writing is taken from my real experiences…I became a writer to show people (and myself) that your upbringing and past should not hold you back from reaching your dreams."
He claimed he was the vice president of Safety Zone Advocacy, a non-profit organization dedicated to protecting children from sex crimes.
However, the group's founder, Judy Cornett, told Radar that Baier never worked for her.
Baier also hosted a morning show called The Big Mattress in Montana back in 2004— but then disappeared just six months after he arrived, a local newspaper reported.
Baier's former friend, the radio station's operating manager Scott Richards, claimed he had no idea where his pal went. "That tells you something," he said "a little dryly," according to the article's author.
As Radar discovered through court documents, Baier has eight children with six different woman— though he initially told Portwood he only had two with an ex-wife.
He was also arrested for DUI, assault and issuing bad checks in his younger years.
However, Portwood is sticking by her man— and the wedding is still scheduled for October 2017.