Back in June, Teen Mom 2 star Adam Lind tested positive for meth prior to a scheduled visit with his youngest daughter.
Lind submitted to the test as one of the terms of his visitation agreement with the girl’s mother, Taylor Halbur.
The positive results have troubling implications, as traces of methamphetamines generally don’t stay in the body for very long, which means Lind likely used just minutes before arriving for a visit with his daughter.
Many hoped that the incident would serve as Lind’s rock bottom and would compel him to sober and up and get his life together.
Unfortunately, it now looks as though Chelsea Houska’s troubled ex has only sunk deeper.
Radar Online is now reporting that Lind’s girlfriend, Stasia Huber, has broken up with him when she learned that he had been lying about quitting drugs.
The breakup has apparently sent Lind into a free-fall, and sources his addiction has only worsened in recent months.
“Stasia [Huber] moved out six months ago after he lied about drugs,” a source close to Lind tells Radar.
“He’s depressed and still using.”
In recent weeks, Lind reportedly “hasn’t set up time” to visit youngest daughter, Paislee.
The source adds that he “barely sees Aubree,” his daughter with Chelsea.
“He has the potential to be a good dad when there aren’t obstacles in his way,” the insider claims.
“At the end of the day all that matters though is his actions and his effort and it’s just not there. He only works on his cars and sleeps a lot.”
It remains to be seen if Lind will lose visitation rights, but Halbur has reportedly already taken steps to ensure that he will no longer be permitted to see Paislee.
It’s unclear if Houska will take similar action.
Chelsea has stated in the past that she’s torn between wanting her daughter to have a relationship with her father and wanting to ensure that she’s protected from Lind’s increasingly erratic behavior.
Here’s hoping Lind is able to pull it together eventually–if not for himself, then for two young girls in need of fathers.
Watch Teen Mom 2 online to relive Lind’s long history of bad behavior.