Of course, there are quite a few moments that cameras didn't capture for viewers. Matt was cited for driving under the influence, a charge he plead innocent to in an official statement (via ), "I have entered a plea of innocent. Per reports, Matt was struggling to keep his Chevrolet van within its lane, and responding officers quickly suspected Matt was intoxicated.
They argued, "Defendants have shown a reckless and outrageous indifference to a highly unreasonable risk of harm and have acted with a conscious indifference to the health, safety and welfare of others." Matt and Amy were sued for $100,000, a bill they argued they didn't owe.
In Matt and Amy's response to Linda's lawsuit, they countered that she was responsible for her own safety.
We should desire to sexually please our spouse regularly.
So get naked." As for Jeremy's hotly debated comments, he ticked off fans when he said that a man should pursue a woman no matter what.
That being said, know that our content is not written to same-sex marriages, so to say that we don't offer advice for that side is accurate." And a few months prior to Audrey's controversial comments, Jeremy retweeted an article from Jeremy and Audrey Roloff are no strangers when it comes to controversies.
After catching flak for comments they made about the LGBTQ community, Jeremy and Audrey came under fire for remarks they made about marriage and dating.
"We are for opposite-sex marriages that are striving to give more than average to their marriages.
To live out the covenant of marriage every day, and to center their marriage around Christ.
The parties were able to settle out of court for an undisclosed amount.