The stars of Teen Mom have no problem bringing the drama — and the same goes for the women of Knocked Up! In a sneak peek for the new show, Audra Nothoff is unable to file for child support.
While registering her son Zane, Audra learned she is unable to file for child support unless the father of their son signs a declaration of paternity.
"He lives in Michigan, he doesn't even want to say that he's the father of this child so he's not going to fly to California and sign a document saying he's the father," Audra told the staff member, as she informed her he would have to sign for her to get child support.
She responded, "He doesn't want to take credit for being this child's father so in a situation such as mine, that's the only way I could obtain child support?"
When the staff member confirmed the bad news, Audra vowed to find another way to force her baby daddy to pay.
Audra, 32, used to be the "ultimate party girl" before she became sober.
"My life was back on track until I hooked up with an old friend and got pregnant," she explained. "When I told the dad, he didn't want anything to do with me or the baby. So I'm on my own as a single mom. Somehow I'm going to find a way to make it all work."
The producers of Teen Mom's new show Knocked Up premieres December 6 at 10/9c on Lifetime.
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