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Adam Lind Caught In Blatant Lies On 'Teen Mom 2' Reunion

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Adam Lind refused to answer Dr. Drew Pinsky's questions on part 2 of the Teen Mom 2 finale because producers wouldn't let him quit the show. But Chelsea Houska's baby daddy was busted lying about the scenario for a better payday!

Lind revealed he wouldn't be answering any questions when he sat down with Dr. Drew and his ex-girlfriend.

"I'm here because I'm under contract and I have to be here," he explained. "I'm done with the show. I don't want to participate in the show anymore. I texted MTV that I didn't want to come to f**king LA and they said you better get a lawyer to get out of your contract."

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The father-of-two then revealed how "money is not even worth it anymore."

Lind then explained how executive producer Larry Musnik said quitting would be a "breach of contract." But when Musnik was called on stage to confront Lind, he had a different story!

"I looked back at the text messages backstage and I didn't say it would be a breach of contract," Musnik explained. "I said, 'Honor your commitments because you made a commitment to the show.'"

Chelsea Houska

Although Lind previously said money isn't worth being on the show, he admitted he would sign on for another season for a raise because more money is "a big part of it."

When Dr. Drew told him MTV would not pay him more to sit on the couch and stonewall his questions, Lind replied, "I guess we'll see what happens, stay tuned," before storming off stage.

Do you think Lind lied for a better payday? Tell us in the comments!



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