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Teen Mom OG Star Amber Portwood Admits She’s ‘Ashamed’ For Being Charged With Domestic Battery

Set you DVR girls, because Teen Mom OG is coming back to MTV on March 17th.

In a new sneak peek of the upcoming season, MTV released a video on YouTube of Amber Portwood talking to her ex-boyfriend (and father of her daughter Leah) Gary Shirley.

Instagram; Amber and Leah are pictured above celebrating Leah’s 11th birthday

Amber says to Gary in the clip that she really is “ashamed” for being charged with domestic battery against her boyfriend Andrew Glennon (who is also the father of her son James).

“It’s been one of the hardest times of my life, but I’m proud of how I handled it. I’m lucky to have Gary and Christina’s support throughout the whole situation,” Amber shares in the video clip before sitting down to talk with Gary.

It was July 5th, 2019 when the incident occurred, and while Andrew had allegedly been holding James in his arms he was attacked by Amber.

Instagram; Amber is pictured above in a selfie

Amber was arrested and then charged with a list of offenses, including criminal recklessness committed with a deadly weapon, domestic battery, and domestic battery committed in the presence of a child under 16.

“The number one regret that I have is that I did not walk out of that house that night,” Amber opens up about that night to Gary in the video.

“Now I look back and I’m so ashamed because all I keep thinking about is, ‘Amber, you should have walked out of the house.’”

“I just have a lot of guilt of not being aware of myself more than I should have,” she went on to say to Gary.

“I really do feel ashamed that I didn’t have that.”

“I should, after all that the things that I’ve done to change.”

You can watch the sneak peek here. What do you think about all this?

Are you excited for the new season? Let me know in the comments below!

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