'Teen Mom' star Amber Portwood has been released from an Indiana jail after a 24-hour hold, PEOPLE reports. The reality star, who was arrested Monday following felony domestic abuse charges, was released Tuesday afternoon, a source at the jail confirmed to PEOPLE.

The reality TV star allegedly attacked former fiancé Gary Shirley three times in 2009 and 2010--one altercation caught on tape as MTV filmed 'Teen Mom.' One of the attacks also reportedly took place in front of the their little girl Leah.

Portwood, 20, surrendered to authorities Monday afternoon after several charges were filed against her earlier in the day. The reality star was charged with two felony counts of domestic battery and one felony count of neglect of a dependent. She was also charged with one misdemeanor charge of domestic battery.

According to the police report filed in court, Portwood confirmed that the violence was true anger and not staged for the reality show, TMZ.com reports. The report also states there were "multiple violent and physical fights between [Amber and Gary]."