Ryan Edwards, who was fired from Teen Mom, was ordered to pay court in a (dollar)290,000 car accident lawsuit after losing his MTV paycheck.

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Ryan Edwards, who was fired from Teen Mom, was ordered to pay court in a (dollar)290,000 car accident lawsuit after losing his MTV paycheck.

Ryan Edwards, who was fired from TEEN Mom OG after losing his MTV paycheck, has been ordered to pay the court in his (dollar)290K car crash lawsuit.

After a car accident in August 2018, Tennessee residents James and Janet Byrne sued Ryan, 33, for negligence.

The trial was scheduled to begin on November 9 and would last “two or three days.”

The Sun, on the other hand, has exclusive access to the settlement reached by the parties prior to the courtroom showdown.

Ryan was ordered to pay court costs from the case in court papers obtained by The Sun.

James and Janet, the plaintiffs, agreed to cover medical costs and accident-related expenses.

According to The Sun, James, the driver of a 1997 Nissan pickup truck, claimed Ryan rear-ended him with his 2018 Ford pickup truck “negligently and recklessly.”

Ryan “violently” struck the alleged victim’s car while he was stopped at a red traffic light, according to the alleged victim.

According to the civil complaint, “the collision was of such force that the back of Mr.

Byrne’s head slammed into the back window of his pickup truck, shattering it.”

Ryan allegedly drove with his dog in the front passenger seat because he “should have known” the dog would “interfere” with his driving, according to the alleged victim.

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Ryan was also accused of driving “distractedly” and “recklessly,” according to James.

He claimed the former MTV star “too closely followed the Nissan,” failed to adjust his speed, and failed to “keep a lookout.”

The driver claimed he suffered injuries to his body, including vertigo, which causes “permanent episodic dizziness.”

The alleged victim also claimed to have suffered physical impairment and disability, physical pain and suffering, a loss of capacity to enjoy life, as well as medical, rehabilitation, and medication costs.”

As a result of his injuries, the driver claims his wife “has suffered and will continue to suffer a loss of companionship.”

The Plaintiffs requested (dollar)260,000 in injuries, damages, and losses, as well as (dollar)30,000 in companionship loss for his wife.

The lawsuit was filed against Maci Bookout’s baby daddy in August of this year.

Ryan said he couldn’t “either admit nor deny” that James had been stopped at a red light.

The father of four has denied all of the charges leveled against him, including that the car accident was caused by his “negligence” and “recklessness.”

Ryan “admits fault for causing and contributing to the accident in question,” but “denies that his actions were reckless or intentional in any way,” according to an amended answer.

Ryan filed a motion before the trial…

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Teen Mom OG's Ryan Edwards has been ordered to pay the court in his car crash lawsuitRyan was fired from the MTV series after his feud with baby mama Maci BookoutRyan has a history of substance abuseHis wife, Mackenzie, has been ordered to pay her baby daddy child supportRyan and Mackenzie share two children together and each have a son from a previous relationship

Teen Mom OG's Ryan Edwards has been ordered to pay the court in his car crash lawsuitRyan was fired from the MTV series after his feud with baby mama Maci BookoutRyan has a history of substance abuseHis wife, Mackenzie, has been ordered to pay her baby daddy child supportRyan and Mackenzie share two children together and each have a son from a previous relationship

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