‘Teen Mom 2’: Baby Daddy Adam Lind Lucky To Be Alive After Fiery Crash

Will driving menace Adam Lind finally be locked up for good this time?

Adam Lind on Teen Mom

The roads of South Dakota won’t be safe again until Adam Lind is back behind bars.
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Adam Lind, the most unlikeable star of MTV‘s TEEN MOM 2, is lucky to be alive after being pulled from a crashed Corvette seconds before it exploded into flames on Friday.

Chelsea Houska‘s baby daddy — who was sentenced to 180 days in jail after pleading guilty to his third D.U.I. last year — was behind the wheel of the 2001 Z06 in Sioux Falls, South Dakota on Friday when he collided with a Lincoln Town Car and smashed into a light pole.

The heavily tattooed bad boy was traveling at a “high rate of speed” when the collision took place.

Adam, the driver of the other vehicle, 87 year-old Donna L. Fodness, and her 94 year-old passenger were all treated for minor injuries at Avera-McKennan Hospital.

“Criminal charges against Adam Lind are pending as the investigation continues,” local authorities said in an official press release.

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Adam, 23, is no stranger to law enforcement.

In addition to the drunk driving charges, the former high school baseball player — who admitted to cheating multiple times on Chelsea during their rocky relationship — has been ticketed or arrested 25 more times since 2007 for speeding, failure to maintain insurance, and driving without a license.

Adam Lind baby

In September 2013, he welcomed a second daughter, Paislee, with current girlfriend Taylor Halbur.

“Sometimes we forget how precious life is,” Taylor tweeted yesterday.  “Never take it for granted. It is a fragile thing and we never know what the future holds.”

Let’s hope Adam’s future hold a long stint in the slammer.

Learn more about Adam’s many brushes with the law and view his entire criminal record in the new book Teen Mom Confidential: Secrets and Scandals From MTV’s Most Controversial Shows.

What do you think Adam’s punishment should be?  Sound off in the comments section below.


Sean Daly

Sean Daly

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Sean Daly is a veteran entertainment journalist.His work has appeared in People, Us Weekly, The Toronto Star and other top publications. He was the west coast TV reporter for The New York Post from 2008 - 2013. Sean is the author of Inside AGT: The Untold Stories of America's Got Talent and Teen Mom Confidential: Secrets and Scandals From MTV's Most Controversial Shows.
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