Breaking news! The ‘Teen Mom’ was released early Feb. 24 from jail, but the halfway house she was supposed to go to rejected her!
Teen Mom star Amber Portwood has been in jail since Dec. 16 for violating probation, but she was finally released from Madison County correctional facility at 6:45 a.m. on Feb. 24, a jail official confirmed to HollywoodLife.com. According to TMZ.com, the halfway house Sister 2 Sister Ministries refused to accept her for a drug treatment program. Instead, a judge decided to release her with an electronic monitoring bracelet.
The jail official tells us Amber’s release was “court-ordered.”
Sources say the halfway house Amber was supposed to go to after her release refused to accept Amber because people there feel she’s too wild and has too much negative energy to benefit from the program.
Amber will still have to apply for other drug treatment programs, but she’s to stay on home detention until then.
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