Amber Portwood Finds New Love on Dating App: Relationship Heats Up with Hometown Beau

Indianapolis, Indiana – Former “Teen Mom” star Amber Portwood has found love again, according to exclusive information obtained by Us Weekly. The reality TV personality has been dating a man named Gary for the past four months, and their relationship is quickly becoming serious.

Unlike Portwood’s previous relationships, Gary is not a fan of the show and has never seen “Teen Mom,” which has allowed their connection to develop organically. He is described as a family-oriented individual who takes care of his parents. Despite not having children of his own, Gary is reportedly open to building a future with Portwood.

Amber Portwood, 33, rose to fame after appearing on MTV’s “16 and Pregnant” in 2009. She went on to be a cast member on “Teen Mom” and “Teen Mom OG.” The reality star recently returned to MTV for “Teen Mom: Family Reunion” in 2022 and will also be featured in “Teen Mom: The Next Chapter” in 2023.

Prior to her relationship with Gary, Portwood’s romantic life has been tumultuous. She was previously in a long-term relationship with Gary Shirley, with whom she shares a daughter named Leah. However, Shirley obtained full custody of Leah in 2011 after a physical altercation between the former couple resulted in Portwood’s arrest in 2010.

Portwood’s most recent relationship was with Andrew Glennon, with whom she shares a son named James. The couple split in 2019 after a violent altercation, and Glennon was awarded full custody of James in 2022. Portwood has since been candid about her personal struggles and her commitment to personal growth and self-improvement.

Despite living in separate states, Portwood and Glennon have managed to co-parent their son amicably. The insider reveals that Portwood is doing her best to navigate the challenges of their long-distance arrangement.

The cast of “Teen Mom” has certainly experienced its fair share of ups and downs since the show’s debut in 2009. Alongside Portwood, the series followed the lives of Maci Bookout, Catelynn Lowell, and Farrah Abraham, each facing unique challenges in their teen pregnancies.

Portwood remains determined to build a better future for herself and her children. She acknowledges her past struggles with substance abuse and mental illness and believes in the power of redemption and personal growth.