'Teen Mom 2' Star Chelsea Houska's Ex-Boyfriend Adam Lind Reportedly Lied To Dr. Drew, May Go To Prison For Recent Car Accident

2:31 PM EDT 4/29/2014 by Lindsay, Celebeat Reporter

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Chelsea Houska may not be the woman her ex-boyfriend, Adam Lind, portrayed her to be on the recent Teen Mom 2 reunion show.

On last week's reunion special, Lind spoke to Dr. Drew, claiming that the Houska, the mother of his 4-year-old daughter Aubree, slept with his friend, but according to a Houska insider, that was not the case.

“Chelsea didn’t cheat on Adam with his friend,” the insider explained to Radar Online on April 28. “Adam left Chelsea, and she started dating a mutual friend who was a really nice guy. She wasn’t sleeping around or trying to hurt Adam like he claims. It’s pathetic he has to bring up things that happened five years ago to try to prove a point.”

During the reunion, Lind attempted to bring some heat to Houska, who is often seen as the good girl of Teen Mom 2. He even brought up the fact that Houska had slept with him just months prior to the show's taping while he was on a break from his pregnant girlfriend, Taylor Halbur. And although Houska admitted to doing so, she has since moved on and grown up.

"Chelsea learned her lessons and grew up in order to be a good role model to Aubree," the source said. "But Adam hasn't."

In fact, Lind is current facing time behind bars after crashing into an elderly couple while driving at high speeds in his hometown in South Dakota.

Following the fiery crash, Lind, who was reportedly pulled from his Corvette just minutes before it burst into flames, was charged with reckless driving, driving with a suspended license, and driving an unlicensed vehicle.

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