TEEN Mom Amber Portwood tells fans her ‘huge pupils’ are due to medications and dark lighting.
The mom-of-two defended herself in a new video after followers accused her of being on drugs.
The TeenMomOGandTeenMom2 Reddit account shared Amber’s Instagram live video in which she shared: “My pupils can be as big as they can be.
“I’m in a dark, f**king house, and I’m also on medications. Duh!”
Viewers in her Instagram live commented her pupils were big after fans accused her of relapsing.
Previously followers have accused her of being high in late-night videos, but she’s denying that she’s under the influence in this video.
Over the years the reality star has been arrested for drug possession.
Amber was sentenced to five years in prison for prescription drug possession and probation violation.
The Teen Mom star was released from jail early in 2013 for good behavior and according to the jail’s spokesperson, she participated in a substance abuse program while in prison.
Amber recently revealed her daughter Leah, 12, has begun to ask questions about their traumatic past together, including the Teen Mom’s addiction and prison sentence.
The Teen Mom star has struggled over the years with mental health that attributed to her parenting and co-parenting issues.
She has been diagnosed with bipolar disorder and borderline personality disorder.
Amber recently began college at Purdue University and is studying to get her Bachelor of Science in Psychology in Applied Behavior Analysis.
Earlier this month, Amber revealed her estranged daughter, Leah, wouldn’t even respond to her heartfelt apology.
MTV fans have watched Amber’s strained relationship with Leah over the years, and now the 12-year-old has refusing to speak to her mom at all.
On a recent episode of Teen Mom OG, the mother of two made an apology to say sorry for all of her mistakes in the past.
In an episode clip, Amber, who admitted she hadn’t seen her daughter in months, revealed Leah watched the video but didn’t want to send a reply.
Amber narrated the clip: “After months of not talking, Gary and I have started communicating via text, but I still want to speak to Leah and Kristina.”
She then told a producer that she’s “doing pretty f**king good” with her schooling but not too well when it comes to her daughter with ex Gary Shirley.
Getting emotional, the Teen Mom admitted: “I don’t know what to do anymore, I’m still trying, but it’s very unwelcoming, is all I can say.
“I sent a video apology, but I didn’t get a response. I got something from Gary that day saying that they watched it.”
With the apology, Amber hoped “they would see the raw emotion of a human being that is pouring their heart out.”
She continued: “I just want my relationship with my daughter. She is losing time with her mom, and she’s not wanting time with her mom.”
Back over at Gary’s house, he discussed the whole situation to his wife, Kristina, and shared that he let Amber know that Leah had watched her video but “didn’t want to respond.”
He said it seemed like for Leah there were just too many things for her mom to apologize for and it wasn’t easy for her to just forget it all.
Gary said, though, that for him, “it’s a start,” while Kristina added: “I’ve forgiven her for the things that she has said, and there just comes a time when we move forward.”
In a recent episode, Leah was seen watching the video and said to her dad that she wasn’t ready to accept Amber’s apology after the Teen Mom OG star slammed her stepmother Kristina.
While Gary and Kristina explained that Amber’s mistakes shouldn’t define their relationship, the 12-year-old insisted: “I can’t love somebody who tries to hurt other people.”
Back in August, Amber told The Sun that she has reconciled with Gary and Kristina after she accused them of not helping mend her relationship with Leah.
The Teen Mom OG star said: “Me, Gary, and Kristina, are doing amazing actually. We literally just went to a fair, all of us together, the whole family.
“We are in a much better spot than we were. We are doing good and we are in contact. I see my kids so obviously I have to see them.”
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