Ryan Edwards has had a short break from appearing in court, but the Teen Mom dad is allegedly not taking any downtime from scaring his soon-to-be ex-wife, Mackenzie!
The Ashley can exclusively reveal that, according to public records, Mackenzie called police on January 31 after a frightening encounter with Ryan, in which she claims he threatened her and vowed to return to their house for his weapons.
According to the police incident report exclusively obtained by The Ashley, Mackenzie called the police around 8:30 p.m. to let them know that Ryan was heading to the home he and Mackenzie once shared so that he could fetch a random computer cord from the garage. Mackenzie told the cops that she wanted them to be aware that Ryan was coming “in case anything happened.”
The police report states that Ryan also called the police and informed them of his quest to find his random computer cord. He asked that a deputy follow him to the house and, according to the incident report, a deputy met Ryan at the house. (As fans know, this is the house Ryan allegedly trashed last year following his split from Mack).
Ryan was not able to find the computer cord and told the deputy he’d come back another day and search for it.
While Ryan’s trip to the house seemed to go down without incident, things allegedly got downright scary for Mackenzie later that night, when Ryan allegedly sent her some scary texts.
“Shortly after Ryan and I left the residence, Mackenzie called back in advising Ryan texted her threatening messages,” the deputy wrote in the police report. “Mackenzie advised Ryan sent her a message stating, ‘You’re going to be hard-pressed to find another place to live and no one is going to survive anything.”
Mackenzie also informed the cops that Ryan allegedly vowed to return to the home the next day to “retrieve his weapons.” However, Mack told the cops that there are no weapons belonging to Ryan at the home.
“The only weapon in the house is her personal every day carry pistol,” the incident report states. “Mackenzie stated that she was going to bring the pistol with her to work just in case Ryan comes to the house.”
Mackenzie— who filed a restraining order against Ryan in February of last year— told police that she is “scared Ryan could harm her.”
As The Ashley has previously reported, Ryan was arrested and charged with harassment of Mackenzie last year after he allegedly threatened her with a knife in front of their kids (among other things).
He is currently still on probation for that, and will next go before the judge on April 23. (It is unknown at this time if Ryan allegedly sending Mackenzie threatening texts will affect his probation.)
In December, Ryan was ordered by Judge Gary Starnes to follow a strict set of rules. Ryan is required to take monthly Vivitrol shots, which he has previously failed to keep up with at times since he began receiving the injections in July. (Vivitrol is a prescription injectable medicine designed to help curb alcohol and/or opioid dependence.)
Ryan must also complete the “HCP Level 2” (home care package) for balance and random hair follicle tests, as well as file a comprehensive treatment plan within 45 days. (That means that, in order to stay in compliance, Ryan must file this plan with the court by Friday.)
Ryan is also required to attend counseling sessions and and follow all recommended treatment requirements set forth in his post-treatment plan and by the judge previously.
It does not appear that any charges have been filed on Ryan for his alleged harassment of Mackenzie on January 31.
The Ashley will update this story when more information is available.