But Gary Shirley’s fun plan to let his daughter Leah share photos and connect with fans of Teen Mom might have backfired — he’s already being attacked by followers for setting up her account.
It was a happy reunion for Teen Mom Amber Portwood, 21, and her 2-year-old tot, Leah. The pair were able to see each other for the first time this morning, June 23, since Amber attempted to commit suicide and was found in a very depressed state in her home in Anderson, Ind. on June 14.
After her June 14 suicide scare, Teen Mom star Amber Portwood has personally decided to check into a California rehabilitation center to receive the help and support she needs during this tough time. Do you think she’s doing the right thing?
Amber Portwood’s step-grandma Marilyn Portwood, who lives in Anderson, Indiana talked to HollyBaby.com today and revealed, “I didn’t even know my granddaughter was at St. John’s Hospital until I read about it in the local newspaper. No one even called me to tell me!
Teen Mom‘s Amber Portwood, 21, needs help–and fast! Dr. Carole Lieberman, celebrity psychiatrist and author of Bad Girls, consulted with HollyBaby.com and gave suggestions for the troubled mom, naming MTV’s reality show as the root cause for pushing the young mother overboard.
Teen Mom star Amber Portwood seems to be in good hands after her suicide attempt, according to her baby’s daddy, Gary Shirley, who tweeted June 16, “Amber is safe and getting the help she needs right now. Thanks for your prayers and support.” However, we believe she may be staying in a mental health facility for the time being.
Teen Mom star Amber Portwood and her baby daddy Gary Shirley have a very tumultuous and sometimes physical relationship where they are constantly fighting. Well it’s one of their most recent battles that caused the 21-year-old reality star to attempt suicide and be rushed to St. John’s Hospital in Anderson, Ind. on June 14, a source tells Life & Style magazine!