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Literally just yesterday, we talked about how Jennelle Evans’ ex Kieffer Delp was arrested for running a meth lab.
Today, we’re once again talking about a man who runs in Teen Mom circles … and, in the same breath, we’re talking about meth. And getting arrested.
This time, it’s a friend of Adam Lind’s. In fact, the two are such good buddies that this guy appeared on Teen Mom 2.
Adam Lind testing positive for methamphetamines right before a scheduled visit with the child that he and Chelsea Houska share hasn’t done anything to clear his reputation of being a bit of a meth head.
At the very least, the guy’s a mess. And based upon the charges and allegations against him, he’s a menace.
Everyone understands why Chelsea Houska moved to strip Lind of his visitation rights. When it comes to children, a child’s safety must always trump parental wishes.
Even if Adam totally manages to get clean and, you know, non-violent, he still might not be a safe person for Aubree to be around.
Because of the company that he keeps.
Justin Anderson has appeared on Teen Mom 2 more than once, thanks to his friendship with Chelsea Houska’s baby daddy, Adam Lind.
And now, Justin Anderson has been arrested for possession of a controlled substance and for possession or use of drug paraphernalia.
The arrest took place on Wednesday, January 10th. At the time, Anderson was already on parole for different drug charges.
A spokesperson for the Minnehaha County Jail told RadarOnline:
“Anderson remains in prison with no bond.”
Well, yeah. Drug possession isn’t the worst thing in the world, but if you’re on parole for drugs and you still can’t resist meth … that’s worrisome. Also, not a great idea, since your parole can be revoked at any time.
“His parole officer put a hold on him for breaking his parole.”
“It is the parole officer’s decision on when he’ll be released.”
Justin Anderson was caught by, basically, having bad luck. And perhaps for having some terrible associations.
(And we don’t just mean Adam Lind)
See, police were serving a search warrant on a suspect in a double homicide.
And by “serving a search warrant,” we mean that SWAT was involved. We don’t know if they actually knocked before raiding the place.
They did not find the suspected killer. They did find Justin Anderson and, allegedly, Anderson’s meth.
Aside from the fact that this comes right on the heels of Jenelle Evans’ ex getting arrested for running a meth lab …
(If there’s such a thing as bad press for Teen Mom, this surely would be it, right?)
… What, you might ask, does this have to do with Adam Lind?
It’s simple. Even if Adam Lind can drop drugs and steroids and drinking and violence altogether, if he keeps associating with people like Justin Anderson, it’s very understandable for Chelsea Houska (and anyone worried about the safety of children) to have concerns about little Aubree’s well-being.
Does Adam want to be a parent, or do you want to be a ‘roided out meth head with meth head buddies?
This should be an easy choice.
Buddy Valastro has shared some very sad news with his fans.
Following a lengthy battle with ALC, the Cake Boss host’s mother, Mary, has passed away at the age of 69.
In an exclusive statement to People Magazine, a representative for Valastro said the following in response to the unfortunate development:
“Mary took a turn yesterday, and Buddy rushed back to New Jersey last night to be by her side.
“She passed early this morning, June 22nd, surrounded by all of her children. Mary’s condition had been steadily worsening these past months, so it was not sudden but still extremely heartbreaking for the family.
“After eight years of fighting her battle with ALS, the family is relieved she is no longer suffering.
“Buddy and his sisters are absolutely crushed right now.”
Our heart goes out to them.
Following this statement by his associated, the 40-year old TLC star posted his own sad thoughts on Instagram.
As a caption to the photo of him with his mother (above), Valastro wrote the following:
It’s with an extremely heavy heart that I must share the news of my mother’s passing. She left for heaven this morning, surrounded by the family.
This is a difficult time for all of us and I do ask for your patience and respect while we let this sink in.
Her battle with ALS has ended, she is no longer suffering and I hope she’s dancing to “I Will Survive” with my dad right now.
ALS stands for “Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis.” It is commonly referred to as Lou Gehrig’s Disease because it ended the life of the former New York Yankees first baseman at a very young age.
A neurological disorder, ALS affects the nerves controlling voluntary muscle movement.
It worsens over time, until the point where the person afflicted has almost no control over his or her body or mind.
It’s an awful disease.
After Mary was diagnosed with the illness, Valastro launched the Mama Mary Foundation to raise money and awareness for those affected by ALS.
In 1994, Buddy took over the bakery his parents launched upon immigrating from Italy many decades ago.
And, at the height of the Ice Bucket Challenge in 2014, he opened up to People about his mother’s diagnosis.
“The worst part about ALS is that one day you’re able to brush your teeth, then you’ll never be able to brush your teeth again,” he said at the time, adding:
“One day you’re able to walk – you’re never going to walk again.
“I’ve seen the most independent, lively person that I’ve ever met in my life – I mean, she was just like a ball of energy – reduced to not being able to do anything for herself.
“And I think that’s the part that kills her the most because she was the matriarch. She did so many things for everyone.”
Our condolences go out to Valastro and his loved ones.
May Mary rest in peace.
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Sometimes, we wish that Olivia Wilde was our mother.
Okay, maybe not. We may need to take that back.
Because then we’d be fantasizing about our own mother and it would be gross and weird and we’d require years of therapy.
What we’re really trying to say is this:
Olivia Wilde appears to be an awesome mother!
The actress and Jason Sudeikis welcomed their second child into the world this month, a daughter named Daisy.
She joins brother Otis in this adorable family, with Wilde introducing her latest offspring to the universe via a photo and a hilarious caption.
“There goes the neighborhood. Daisy Josephine Sudeikis. Born, like a boss, on #internationaldayofthegirl,” the beautiful star wrote alongside the following picture.
We love it. We love everything about it.
And now Wilde has given us a reason to love her as a mother even more, sharing a photo on Instagram of her breastfeeding tiny little Daisy.
Wearing a T-shirt with the message “never underestimate the power of a woman” emblazoned on it, Wilde snapped this selfie and referred to her daughter as her new “drinking buddy” in the caption.
Have we mentioned yet how much we love Olivia Wilde?!?
The image was quickly met with heaps of praise from her fans, many of whom are also mothers and many of whom are glad that celebrities such as Wilde have joined their cause.
“Thank you for showing the world that breastfeeding is the most natural, amazing and beautiful connection between a mother and a baby!” wrote one Internet user.
And because we’re not done gushing over Wilde, her mothering and her new baby, here is yet another photo of the actress and Daisy.
Altogether now: AWWWWW!!!!!!
Wilde really does deserve to be commended for helping to normalize breastfeeding, but she isn’t alone.
A number of prominent mothers have taken it upon themselves to share pictures of themselves, their boobs and their children.
This is a natural act. This is an important act. And this is an act that ought to be applauded, not derided. Yes, even if it’s done in public.
A baby needs to eat, people! You were once a baby, too, and you once needed to eat in this fashion, remember.
So please join us in saluting Olivia Wilde, Alyssa Milano and the many other famous parents who are doing their part to normalize the act of breastfeeding.
Check out these women and their cute drinking buddies below: