Little People Big World star Caryn Chandler’s son, Connor, is booked for assaulting her mother. He is issued a bench warrant for repeatedly failing to appear for an August 20 court hearing. Earlier this year, the 21-year-old got into legal trouble. According to the Washington County Sheriff’s Office, he was arrested on account of harassment in Oregon. However, he was released a day after.
Little People Big World: Connor Booked On Multiple Accounts Of Assault
In the recent development, things have taken a twist with Connor. According to a news tabloid, Connor unlawfully and intentionally Caryn by putting her through ‘offensive physical contact.’ The latest court documents stated that Connor was asked to contact his mother, family, co-defendants, or witnesses. He was also asked to ‘not go within 100 feet of Caryn.’ Connor, for his part, pleaded guilty to both counts of harassment at his January 23 arraignment.
Arrest Warrant Out Against Connor For Not Showing Up
After all the accusations, Connor was supposed to appear in court for a settlement conference. The conference was arranged in August after repeated delays due to the global pandemic. However, the boy didn’t show up and now the warrant is out for his arrest. As for Caryn, who is Matt Roloff’s girlfriend, she has rarely posted pictures with Connor. The last she posted with him was in May 2019. The photo featured both of her kids.
Little People Big World: Connor Opened Up About His Tryst With Addiction
Back in 2018, Connor opened up about his sobriety battle on Facebook. He shared that this is his story, he is sharing it with many guts. He explained how drug addiction almost took his life. Connor first consumed drugs at the age of 13 called Xanax. He admitted that the biggest mistake of his life was choosing to try it. This was followed by repeated trials that apparently went on for a good long time. By the time he was 15, things were out of his hands.
Connor further explained that the addiction made him forget, not feel, not care, not friendly, not me. It almost took his life. He was not himself anymore. He went through eight Inpatient Rehabs, eight outpatient treatment centers, two group homes, 17 times in jail, three warrants, and 12 hospital visits for overdose. Connor ended up apologizing to her mother. However, he added, things would never be the same again.