Chelsea Houska Biography
Sun Sign: Virgo
Also Known As: Chelsea Anne Houska
Born Country: United States
Born in: Vermillion, South Dakota
Famous as: TV Actor & Reality Star
Spouse/Ex-: 2016), Cole DeBoer (since October 1)
mother: Mary Houska
siblings: Angie, Emily, Melissa
children: Aubree Skye Lind (daughter)
U.S. State: South Dakota
education: Graduate (cosmetology)
School dropout, health complications, unmarried with a premature baby and all of 16- these are the facts of life for popular softball player and reality TV star Chelsea Anne Houska. These facts are daunting but Chels didn’t bow down to these difficulties; she pursued her education and directed her life to positive things. The TV personality cleared her GED (General Educational Development) after the birth of her daughter. Today, the girl has a net worth of around 1 million US dollars and enjoys a huge following on social media. She has amassed 4.2 million followers on photo sharing site Instagram, 1.66 million fans on microblogging site Twitter and 377K on Vine. There were reports that she started a lifestyle blog to write about motherhood, makeup, skincare and other beauty related topics. According to InTouch Weekly Chelsea has also taken up a fashion project to launch her own line of beanies. The grit and determination of Chelsea is surely commendable and inspires many like her to beat distress and look at the positives in life.
- Chelsea rose to prominence when she appeared as the main cast of reality TV Series 16 and Pregnant’s second season on MTV. Later, she also featured in Teen Mom 2. The road to fame was full of thorns for the girl because she had to drop out of school after becoming pregnant by her then boyfriend, Adam Lind. This was not an easy route again, as her pregnancy was a difficult one since she had to go through Braxton Hicks contractions. Her pregnancy distress didn’t end here, as on the first day of her senior year in 2009 she went into labor five weeks earlier and was blessed with a baby girl. Chelsea was not disheartened by the fact that she would have to raise her daughter alone. At such a young age bringing up a daughter singlehandedly added to Chelsea’s woes but she got full support from her family. The social media star made up her mind to study cosmetology. She earned her GED and took admission in a beauty school. Later, she got a part-time job in a salon, which eased some of the pressure on her shoulders. The girl graduated in cosmetology in November 2013.
- Sweet sixteen is not the age to become an unmarried mother and take responsibility for raising a child independently. But Chelsea was not intimidated by this responsibility that she had to shoulder in her life. Even though Chels was in deep trouble, she put up a brave front, completed her education and fulfilled her dream of becoming a hairstylist. The other step that makes Chelsea stand out is that she became pregnant for the second time without being married; few would dare to do that after heartbreak.
- A little controversy erupted when Chelsea’s ex-boyfriend Adam Lind posted a picture of their 6-year-old daughter in the bathtub without any clothes on. Chels took strong objection to the photograph after which it was taken off. The reality-TV star’s lawyer also asked her to force Adam pay more to support their daughter as he was paying the minimum amount. Chels was also upset about the fact that Adam didn’t spend quality time with their daughter Aubree.
- Chels father Randy Houska is a dentist by profession and has supported her in every way. He stood behind her when her boyfriend, Adam Lind, refused to accept their baby. The reality-TV star has three older sisters namely Melissa, Angie, and Emily and no brother. The eldest sister Melissa baby sat her when Chels was preschool age. The 16 and pregnant fame girl has a closely knit family and is leading a happy life despite her parents’ divorce. Chelsea began dating Cole DeBoer and the couple got married on 1 October, 2016. The starlet is at present pregnant with her second child from her husband Cole DeBoer and the baby is due in February 2017.
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