Who is Connor Chandler? 'Little People Big World' star Camryn's son skips court hearing on harassment case again

Connor was arrested for harassment in Oregon on January 11 and charged with two counts of harassment against his famous mother, Caryn Chandler, who appears on TLC's show 'Little People Big World'


                            Who is Connor Chandler? 'Little People Big World' star Camryn's son skips court hearing on harassment case again
(Washington County Sheriff's Office)

'Little People Big World' star Camryn Chandler's son Connor's year has been marred with trouble. His legal issues began as early as January this year and continue to haunt him as the year draws to a close. An arrest warrant against him has been issued yet again after he missed a court hearing for the second time regarding a harassment case.

Connor has claimed that he "did not know" about the warrant, just like last time and he also said that he's in touch with his lawyer to avoid "serving any time." Connor was arrested for harassment in Oregon on January 11 and charged with two counts of harassment against his famous mother, Caryn Chandler, who appears on TLC's show 'Little People Big World'.

She's 'LPBW' star Matt Roloff's girlfriend and the latter once said on camera that he's found true love with her and that he sees himself being married to her, that being his ultimate goal. The court papers filed against Connor said that he "did unlawfully and intentionally harass or annoy” Caryn by subjecting her to “offensive physical contact” and was held on a $10,000 bond.

He was released from jail the following day, according to the Washinton County Sheriff's office, stated a Sun report. Connor was ordered to have “no contact with his mother, her family, codefendants or witnesses,” according to the report. He was also prohibited from going within 100 feet of Caryn's residence, work, vehicle or herself.

Connor pleaded not guilty to both counts of harassment at his January 23 arraignment, according to Washington County Circuit Court. He was supposed to appear for a settlement conference on August 20 that he missed and a bench warning was issued against him for doing so. The Oregon Police Department nabbed him on August 28 after busting him while "partying" at a motel but he was released on the same day.

The spokesperson from the police department had said, “There were a lot of people in the motel room. When we showed up we ran everyone and he was in the room. He was arrested on the warrant.”

Speaking about his arrest to The Sun back in October, Connor had said, "I gave them my name and they told me I had a warrant, I was so confused. They sent mail to the wrong address I’m legally not even allowed at, stating my court date changed, so I didn't even know I had a warrant at the time." He has also claimed that he was "clean of drugs" at that time. 

Connor had opened up about battling drug addiction via a Facebook post in 2018 and revealed that he was finally sober. “I went through 8 Impatient Rehabs, 8 outpatient treatment centers, 2 group homes, 17 times in jail, 3 warrants, 12 hospital visits for overdose, and 4 friends death from overdose before I finally got myself clean," a segment from his since-deleted post read.

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