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No More ‘Teen Mom’ Paycheck! Matt Baier EVICTED From Apartment After Leaving Show

Amber Portwood claimed her ex-fiancé Matt Baier stole thousands during their three-year relationship, and it seems he’s in need of money again. can exclusively reveal the Teen Mom OG star was evicted from his apartment for failing to pay rent.

In court papers obtained from Las Vegas Justice Court, Baier began renting an apartment on July 5, 2017 for $1,195 per month. He provided his landlord with a security deposit of $525.

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“Rental payments became delinquent on September 4, 2017 and the tenant has remained in possession without payment of rent since that date,” the complaint read. “The amount of rent claimed due and delinquent is $636.”

Baier was served with a five-day notice to pay rent on September 14, 2017.

The court ordered his eviction on October 6, 2017.

He exclusively told of the eviction, "It was a joke."

Amber Portwood

Baier split from Portwood after a stint on Marriage Bootcamp. He moved to Las Vegas and competed in the World Series of Poker in July. He then married new girlfriend Jennifer Conlon on November 27.

Portwood revealed on a recent episode of TMOG that he stole thousands from her.

“Within the last three years we’ve been together, tallying everything up, it’s been $120,000 that I have no clue where it went,” she said. “I just realized he’s sending his daughter money that’s not even his money!”

Portwood has moved on from Baier, as she’s currently expecting a baby boy with new boyfriend Andrew Glennon.

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