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Amber Portwood Can Keep Taping Teen Mom, Doesn’t Have to Live at Halfway House
Amber Portwood can celebrate some good news today.
After reports came out that the Teen Mom star couldn't tape the reality show anymore, a new legal development took place today that will allow Amber to stay on the show.
A judge had ordered Amber to live in a halfway house while completing a drug rehab program, and that edict came with strict rules that barred Amber from taping Teen Mom while she was living there.
But it seems like the judge changed his mind; Amber can live with her grandparents while attending the program. If she completes it, she will avoid five years behind bars.
"Amber is so happy and relieved that she won't have to live at the halfway house," her mother, Tonya Portwood, told E! News.
"And now she will get to spend more time with her daughter, which is what this was all about anyway."
Perhaps not quite all. Sources recently told E! that Amber was seriously unhappy about not being able to tape Teen Mom, which is her main source of income.
We're happy for Amber, but more happy for little Leah to be able to see her mother!
Source: E! Online