“Teen Mom” alum Ryan Edwards is wanted by cops for “stalking” and “violating a protective order” his wife, Mackenzie Edwards, recently filed against him.
On Feb. 10, cops took Ryan into custody for harassment, possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of a controlled substance and order of protection violation — which his wife had filed for the day prior.
Before Ryan was arrested, he posted a photo of Mackenzie’s bare chest to his social media alongside a scathing caption.
“If you guys have never seen a spineless slut this is one,” he wrote. “They take your money sleep with anything that looks at them. But they must have a wife to [sic]. God what a joke. It’s sad really.”
The 27-year-old went to the police the next morning and detailed a series of alleged domestic violence incidents that have occurred since they tied the knot in 2017.
“Arguing, Ryan punched holes in the walls and doors. [He] held me up by my neck to the wall. Threw me down in hallway and said if he could not have me no one could,” Mackenzie recalled about an alleged fight from early January.
“Opened pocket knife, put to my back like he was going to kill me. This was in front of children. I tried to leave, he smashed my phone, took my car keys,” she continued, noting that her co-worker called the police.
Mackenzie then revealed she and Ryan — who share kids Jagger, 4, and Stella, 3 — had another violent fight nearly one week later.
“[He] came into bedroom where I was laying down. Pretending like he’s going to punch my face. Breaks bed with me in it. Getting in my face yelling,” Mackenzie explained.
“I went to get kids and leave. He wouldn’t let me leave. Threw me down in living room. Threw menthol nicotine in my eyes.”
While Mackenzie was granted the temporary protective order, the hearing for her filed restraining order — which was set to take place on Feb. 27. — has been delayed.
Ryan, who also shares 14-year-old son Bentley with Maci Bookout, rose to fame on “16 & Pregnant” and his battle with drug addiction played out on the MTV series and its spinoff, “Teen Mom.”
Four months later, he was arrested for possession of heroin and was sentenced to a 3-month stint in prison.