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'Teen Mom 2 'star Chelsea Houska reacts to Adam Lind's visitation filing

Chelsea Houska and Aubree take a silly selfie.
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Chelsea Houska was completely blindsided on last night's episode of "Teen Mom 2" when she received documents which informed her that her daughter's father, Adam Lind, had filed to change his visitation rights with four-year-old Aubree.

Since Adam wasn't seeing Aubree much to begin with, Chelsea was taken aback when she found out that he was requesting more time. It just didn't make sense, and with the lies that had previously been told to her regarding Aubree's whereabouts when he did have her, the filing was definitely bad news.

"When I got those papers from Adam, I don't know. He has always said he was going to do something like that literally since she was born," Chelsea explained during MTV's Teen Mom 2 after show, according to a March 12 Wetpaint Entertainment report. "I think his parents more, like, wanted a set [schedule]. Obviously, anytime that I have to be away from her I'm not gonna like."

According to Chelsea, Adam's parents seem to be calling the shots behind the scenes, but since they can't file for rights themselves, they had to have Adam do so in order for them to see Aubree more.

Chelsea has also grown concerned of Adam's parenting skills -- especially after he and his girlfriend, Taylor Halbur, had Aubree up at midnight and were sharing photos of her online.

"I don't know how he is. I know he wasn't that great when he was around from what I saw, so that makes me even more nervous," she explained. "That's why I feel a lot better when she's with his parents. When she does come back from her parents or him, she's different, she kinda acts up a bit."