TEEN Mom fans have slammed Amber Portwood’s ex Andrew Glennon for leaving her home in disarray amid their legal woes.
Amber returned to the home for the first time in several years and was shocked at the state of it.
The MTV star walked through her former home with ex-fiancé Gary Shirley, his wife Kristina, and her daughter Leah by her side during Tuesday’s episode of Teen Mom: The Next Chapter.
When the group pulled up to the house, they were shocked at how overgrown and unkept the yard was.
Gary was first to enter the home, with Amber and the others following close behind.
He exclaimed that it smelled “like pee very bad” in the house.
The group walked through the house, which Amber let Andrew and their son stay in after her arrest, surveying the damage.
Each room they walked into seemed somehow worse than the last, as Kristina pointed out: “There’s, like, tons of stains on the floor.”
As Amber prepared to head upstairs to the room that was once her son’s, she said: “Is this even real right now? Please God help me.”
Leah, for her part, told her stepmother: “I would have called CPS on him.”
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After looking over the home, Amber told her ex: “I feel really sick to my stomach.”
He was adamant: “Nobody should live like that. Not any child.”
In addition to the overgrown grass in the yard, it appeared that Andrew left a number of personal effects all throughout the home.
There were clothes, bits of bedding, and more strewn about in every room.
The tub was full of debris that could not be identified.
Carpets throughout the house were stained, as were many of the walls and other surfaces.
Gary, Kristina, and Amber noted an odor of urine in the home, though it’s unclear whether it was human or animal.
Closets were still full and there were toys all over the house as well.
It’s unclear why Andrew left so many things, many of which appeared to belong to his son, behind.
Fans were in utter shock and took to Twitter to defend Amber and rip Andrew.
“Was Andrew even living there? Looks like an abandoned home. What a slob,” one viewer wrote.
Another tweeted: “Jeez, Andrew took her house, money, AND kid. He really is a loser.”
“YOOOO!! Homeboy really did a number on Amber’s house!” someone else chimed in.
A fourth viewer tweeted: “Wow wtf Andrew this is crazy!”
A trailer for Teen Mom teased the emotional moment Amber saw her son’s room after losing custody of him.
The reality star looked downtrodden as she entered the tiny space, cluttered with clothes and decorated with just a mattress on the floor.
“This was James’ room,” she muttered, then cussing as the cameras cut out.
The latter was not shown during the episode, however.
Earlier this month, The U.S. Sun confirmed that Andrew officially moved away from Amber, who lives in Indiana.
More recently, however, The Sun exclusively revealed that Amber now has much more access to her son through phone calls and FaceTime chats.
Her no-contact order against Andrew has been lifted, meaning she is not restricted in how she reaches out to her son.
The Teen Mom star posted a cryptic message to her Instagram page after the judge’s ruling.
The reality star posted an uplifting photo called “The Positive Loop,” which outlines ways to try to stay positive in any situation.
She captioned the post: “The loop won’t always be perfect but the process will always be the same.”
She used the hashtags, “erase,” “start over,” “rewind,” “circle back,” “start again,” and “pause.”
Fans showed their support for Amber in the comments section.
One wrote: “I wish nothing but the very best for you,” with heart and butterfly emojis.
Another wrote: “We keep on movin girl, sending love and light always.”
“Sending love and positive vibes,” another fan commented.
After a long and brutal custody battle between the Teen Mom star and her ex, an Indiana judge granted Andrew sole custody of James in July and granted his petition to relocate with the four-year-old to California.
The custody judge wrote that several factors weighed into her decision to award Andrew sole custody over him and Amber’s son James.
The judge zeroed in on Teen Mom star’s latest book titled So You’re Crazy, Too? which was released just weeks before her and Andrew’s final custody hearings.
In the judgment, she wrote that in the book Amber “discusses her significant history of substance abuse, her history of domestic violence, her volatile attitude and propensity for aggression, her extensive mental health issues, her belief that the in-patient facility she attended for anger management should have instead been for drug use.
The MTV star responded to the ruling by sharing a white square with black text on it on her Instagram.
A statement was written on the post, which read: “I’m devastated and heartbroken by this outcome.
“I’ve worked so hard to better myself and improve my relationship with my children.”
Amber’s statement continued: “While I’ve always been candid about my past substance abuse and issues with mental health, a person should have a chance to redeem themselves and not be tethered to their issues from the past.”
The reality star is also mom to Leah, whom she also lost custody of.