AMBER Portwood cried after losing custody of her son in Tuesday night's heartbreaking episode of Teen Mom OG.
The reality star shed tears over being an "every other day mom" as she confided in her TMOG co-stars.
Maci Bookout, Catelynn Lowell and Cheyenne Floyd flew to Indiana to be by her side in court over the custody of her son, James, with ex Andrew Glennon.
Amber has a court hearing to see if a judge will lift the order of protection for her son, which would allow her to see him.
The order of protection was lifted allowing Amber to see James.
Amber said during the episode: "The judge lifted the order of protection. So I can have consistent visits with my son."
Amber cried to her co-stars about Andrew: "I’m over here literally almost in tears. I’m crying in the room talking to my lawyers, but you have no emotion."
Cheyenne said about Amber: “No matter what happened that night, Amber still deserves to have support, she deserves to have love, friends and a family to fall back on.”
Amber continued to dish to her fellow reality TV moms: “I have no desire to ever give a man a chance like the way I had been. Every time I do give a man a chance I give them too much. I’m not just going to let this happen. You go from being a mom to an every other day mom. I feel like everyone is looking at me like a piece of s**t right now."
Amber was arrested on July 5 after then-boyfriend, Andrew, accused her of hitting him with a shoe while he held their 1-year-old son James during a fight.
He claimed she tried to break down a door with a machete, as he and James were locked inside to protect themselves from Amber.
Amber accepted a plea deal and is on probation for three years.
After the arrest, Andrew filed for emergency full and legal custody of James.
As part of their court agreement, Andrew has primary custody of James, while they share joint legal custody.
Amber now has three unsupervised visits a week with their son.
Meanwhile, Andrew decided not to film and tell his side of the story, but producers were able to mic a conversation with him.
Andrew told producers: "When this stuff happens she honestly doesn’t remember doing it or she just chooses to make it not exist anymore. It’s not my job to get her mentally stable. I can’t do it anymore. I think before any filming goes on, if I’m gonna be part of this show, it is absolutely not worth it unless like, I’m getting like the same pay as these other people on the show after the hell I’ve been through.”
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