Amber Portwood has a chance to avoid jail time in her domestic violence case after striking a plea deal … TMZ has learned.
According to new legal docs obtained by TMZ … the “Teen Mom OG” star has agreed to plead guilty to 2 felonies — domestic battery and intimidation. As part of the deal, she’ll get 906 days of probation and if she successfully completes it … the domestic battery charge will be dismissed and the intimidation charge will be reduced to a misdemeanor.
Amber must also take 26 weeks of a Batterers’ Intervention Program, submit to random urine and breath testing. She’s also been ordered not to contact her ex-BF, Andrew Glennon, EXCEPT for arranging custody exchanges of their 1-year-old son, James.
Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department
TMZ broke the story … Amber was busted back in July in Indianapolis after Andrew claimed she attacked him while he was holding their son. Andrew said she came after him with a machete during the attack.
At the time … Amber temporarily lost custody of James — and she’s still locked in a custody battle with with Andrew, who wants to move to Malibu … with their son. Amber’s trying to pump the breaks on that.