Adam Lind Released From Jail After Arrest For Violating Stalking Protection Order

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May. 31 2018, Updated 5:09 p.m. ET

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Adam Lind is a free man for now. The Teen Mom 2 dad was released from jail after being arrested for violating a stalking protection order, can exclusively reveal.

A spokesperson for Minnehaha County Jail in South Dakota exclusively told Radar that he was released yesterday at 8:30pm after a court hearing.

As Radar reported, he was arrested on Monday, May 28 for new violation of a stalking protection order at 3:37am.

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He was also served with two warrants, one for “violation of a protection or no contact order,” and a second for “non-support of a minor child.”

He also had a hold from Lincoln County for his domestic simple assault case.

He has a pretrial conference in Minnehaha County Court on June 6 at 8am and a court hearing in Lincoln County on the same day at 9am.

As Radar reported in April, a bench warrant was issued for his arrest when he failed to appear in court on March 7. The hearing was for his November 2, 2017 simple domestic assault arrest. He was arrested for violating the no-contact order against his ex in the case on December 5.

Lind’s ex-fiancée Stasia Huber, who appeared on Teen Mom 2 during their on-again, off-again three-year relationship, filed a restraining order against him on November 7. It was granted for five years.

In February, a warrant was issued for his arrest for being behind on child support.

Lind shares daughter Aubree, 8, with Chelsea Houska and Paislee, 4, with ex Taylor Halbur. A source told Radar the warrant is for his child support case with Halbur. “He owes her over $16,000,” the insider said.

In January, Lind’s visitation time with Aubree was modified to a visitation center after the series of arrests.

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