'Teen Mom' Amber Portwood Ordered to Live in Halfway House, Forbidden to Tape Show
Amber Portwood's reality show days may be numbered. An Indiana judge has reportedly ordered the Teen Mom to live in a halfway house for three years following her drug charges and arrest.
TMZ reports that Amber was told to get a "court approved 9-to-5 job that she must attend at least five days a week," and her MTV show does not count as a job. The judge also ordered that during her residency at the halfway house, she is forbidden to film Teen Mom at the premises and cannot film when she's with the girls from the house.
A source for the website also revealed that the judge reached out to MTV to make sure that Amber would not be sued if she broke her contract due to her troubles with the law.
Though this doesn't sound like the best news for Amber's TV career, it does sound better than serving jail time which was the other option. What do you think of the judge's ruling? Was this fair? Sound off in the comments.