Mackenzie Edwards Is ‘Back’ Amid Ryan Divorce

That game back! teen mom and alum mackenzie edwards (née Standifer) apparently addressed her divorce from estranged husband ryan edwards in a new Instagram post.

Mack is back. Thank you so much for the sweet messages from him!” the 26-year-old former MTV personality captioned a selfie on Monday, May 15. “I have really appreciated them and read as many as possible. Let’s do it!”

In response to her post, many fans praised Mackenzie, including the former Bachelorette party star jose seiterwho commented with a red heart emoji.

“Glad you are moving away from an unhealthy situation to have a better life for you and your babies,” wrote one Instagram follower. “I am in awe of the grace you have shown during recent events. Keep pushing forward!” Added another user.

The mother of three shares son Jagger and daughter Stella with Ryan, 35, plus son Hudson with exes. Zachary Stephen.

'Teen Mom': Mackenzie Edwards is 'back' amid Ryan's divorce
Courtesy of Mackenzie Edwards/Instagram

A day earlier, Mackenzie opened up about being in a “new season” of life after Ryan’s prison sentence.

“Sometimes you just have to let people know; I realize I tolerated it in the past, but that won’t work for me in this new season. Or never again,” she shared via her Instagram Stories on Sunday, May 14.

Less than a month earlier, Ryan was sentenced to 11 months and 29 days in prison after pleading guilty to the harassment charges against Mackenzie. In contact confirmed. If he displays good behavior, the former reality star could be granted early release and placed in a rehab center or under house arrest. In contact also confirmed.

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On March 1, Ryan was arrested and charged with “Harassment [and] Violation of Protective Order,” according to a news release from the Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office. He was arrested just two days after Mackenzie filed for divorce from him after six years of marriage. As a result, he was granted a restraining order and temporary custody of his children at the time of filing, In contact confirmed.

Nearly two weeks later, Ryan pleaded guilty to one count of stalking and most of the counts from his March 1 and February 10 arrests, which included stalking, possession of drug paraphernalia, and violation of a protection order, they withdrew on March 14. him after appearing in court in front of Judge Starnes.

Ryan was then ordered to complete six months of rehab, wear a GPS monitor, have no contact with the victim and “complete HCP level 2 for 11 months and 29 days” unless he was undergoing treatment, according to records seen by In contact.

On April 7, Ryan was arrested again after being rushed to the hospital when he was found “unresponsive and unconscious” in his vehicle, according to an arrest affidavit obtained by In contact. He later was charged with DUI and simple possession. Ryan is now due back in court on June 12 on charges stemming from his April 7 arrest.

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