Any reconciliation between Amber Portwood and her baby daddy, Andrew Glennon, is all but lost because he has just made it clear he's leaving the home they shared.
Glennon went to court Thursday and filed a notice of intention to relocate his residence.
The document was filed in his ongoing paternity case with the "Teen Mom" star, as he seeks primary custody of their 1-year-old son, James.
Glennon had previously requested that Portwood is allowed visitation, but that it must be supervised, as he is alleging she cannot provide a safe and stable environment for the child.
It's unclear where Glennon is planning for his move, but it's no surprise he wants a change of scenery after allegedly getting attacked by Portwood back in July, resulting in the reality star being charged with three felonies.
As we reported, Portwood was charged with domestic battery, domestic battery committed in the presence of a child less than 16 years old, and criminal recklessness committed with a deadly weapon ... the last because she allegedly pulled a machete on her boyfriend during the attack.
It seems Portwood also won't be back to the home she shared with Glennon in the suburban neighborhood of Indianapolis, and not just because there's still a no-contact order between the two.
Since her arrest, Portwood has been couch surfing with friends before being able to check into a hotel room for some comfort and privacy.
"The joy of having a bed AGAIN!!!!! (excuse the cleavage) to go from a couch for over a month to these hotel beds literally feels like a blessing! I'm so ecstatic every time! Always sending love everyone," the "Teen Mom" wrote to fans.
The breakup with Glennon has been hard for Portwood, and she just revealed to fans that "My god this hurts worst [sic] than anything."
The custody case between the two continues as Portwood also prepares to face her criminal charges.