Teen Mom 2 Star Being Charged With Five Crimes Following Car Crash

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This is definitely not good.

On Friday, Teen Mom 2 star Adam Lind (Chelsea Houska's ex and baby daddy) got into a pretty serious car wreck.

According to reports, Adam was driving his 2001 Corvette Z06 in Sioux Falls, SD when he collided with a Lincoln Town Car, which was being driven by an 87-year-old woman with a 94-year-old passenger.

Fortunately, nobody suffered any life-threatening injuries.

A police department press release after the accident claimed that the investigation was still underway and that charges were pending against Adam.

TMZ is now reporting that Adam is being charged with the following five crimes stemming from the incident: reckless driving and revoked license charges, driving with a suspended license, driving an unlicensed vehicle, and not having insurance. They claim that drugs and alcohol were not a factor in the accident.

If convicted, these won't be the first blemishes on the reality star's driving record. Adam already has three reported DUIs and one speeding ticket for driving 105 mph.

Adam's ex, Chelsea hasn't publicly commented about the accident, but she did tweet this on Monday, "Things have been crazy these last couple of weeks...I want my boring, drama free life back anytime now."

Chelsea's father, Randy Houska, gave a "no comment" response when a Twitter user asked him what he thought about recent events. "Many thoughts, but I will refrain," he said.

Given how outspoken Randy has been regarding Adam in the past, something tells us "many thoughts" is probably an understatement.

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