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Deadbeat Dad! Chelsea's Ex Adam Lands In Court Over Unpaid Child Support

Adam Lind STILL hasn't paid off his child support debt for his two baby mamas — and this time, the bad dad's behavior landed him in court.

The Teen Mom 2 rebel, 26, attended a hearing on February 28 in South Dakota's Lincoln County regarding thousands in past due payments for his 7-year-old daughter Aubree with ex Chelsea Houska, can exclusively reveal.

But the father of two wasn't heavily penalized, an insider claims.

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"He paid a small portion of what he owed before the hearing, so the judge didn't hammer down on him," a source alleges. "He was making an effort."

Toward the end of January, Lind allegedly paid $1,800 of his debt toward his oldest daughter. But, the source continues, he still owes $3,700.

Sources told that as of last month, he owed $7,000 for daughter Paislee, 3, with ex Taylor Halbur.

As previously reported, he is required to pay $945 per month for Aubree, and $1,203 for Paislee. In September, he had two warrants out for his arrest after falling behind by $9,000.

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Last year, he slammed his two baby mamas for requesting an increase in payment in 2016, accusing the women of being motivated by fame.

"Weird how they both file for more $$ right when season 7 is coming to an end to kick of their season 8," he huffed on Instagram.

Meanwhile, Houska, 25, welcomed son Watson with husband Cole DeBoer in January. Halbur got engaged to boyfriend Joe last summer.

Lind has not yet responded to's request for comment.

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