Teen Mom OG star Andrew Glennon found not guilty in contempt of custody plan

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Andrew Glennon has been found not guilty. Pic credit: MTV

Andrew Glennon has been the primary caretaker of his son James ever since Amber Portwood’s arrest last summer.

The Teen Mom OG star was arrested after she reportedly attacked Andrew with a shoe and with a machete.

Since that time, the two have been fighting in court over James, and in January, Amber filed documents against Andrew, claiming he had violated their custody agreement.

Despite listing several things she claimed he did wrong, the courts didn’t see it her way.

In fact, the courts closed the case and dropped all charges of contempt against Glennon.

Andrew Glennon did nothing wrong says the court

Amber may not agree with this outcome.

The news of Andrew being found not guilty comes from The Ashley’s Reality Roundup. The website also reveals that the two will go back to court, possibly to amend the current custody deal.

As we’ve previously reported, Amber was trying to get Andrew back in court because she felt that Andrew had violated their custody agreement. She claimed that he was trying to take James out of state.

At the time, Amber was allowed to spend time with James over the holiday season, and she claims that Andrew took James out of state to visit his family without telling her.

Additionally, he shared a photo of James on his social media, which Amber claims is also in violation of their agreement.

Plus, Amber felt that Andrew didn’t properly inform her after a dog nipped at James.

But the courts don’t feel that he did anything wrong.

Andrew Glennon has thanked fans for their support

Before the custody drama played out after Christmas, Andrew had thanked Teen Mom OG fans for their support.

Fans have reached out to him on Instagram, which is his primary method of communicating since Teen Mom OG is not currently airing.

He won’t be filming his story for Teen Mom OG anymore, but Amber continues to share her story on the show. No word on whether James will be part of the season.

As for Amber’s legal trouble, she agreed to a plea deal in her domestic violence case. She’s currently serving 906 days of probation. The charges will be dropped if she can stick to her probation deal.

The custody details regarding James are not part of her deal, which means she has to fight for custody of James on top of her plea deal.

Teen Mom OG premieres next Tuesday, March 17, at 8/7c on MTV.

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