Ryan Edwards and Mackenzie Standifer became parents to a baby boy named Jagger Ryan earlier this week in Tennessee but sadly, the former "Teen Mom OG" dad wasn't present when his wife gave birth. Instead, as multiple reports have confirmed, he was in Alabama, where he's currently seeking treatment for heroin abuse.

On October 10, The Ashley's Reality Roundup shared new details about the birth of Edwards' second child, revealing that while he and his wife used to chronicle their important life moments on the show, MTV cameras were nowhere in sight when Jagger Ryan was born.

As the outlet explained, the network reportedly attempted to convince Edwards and Standifer to sign a contract on behalf of their child so he could be featured on the show's eighth season, as well as any future seasons of the show.

The outlet went on to reveal that although Edwards was not present when his wife welcomed their baby boy, his parents, Larry Edwards and Jen Edwards, were able to see their grandson's arrival. As for Edwards, he is expected to return home from rehab after tending to a reported six-month treatment plan.

Will Jagger Ryan ever make his 'Teen Mom OG' debut?

According to The Ashley's Reality Roundup, it is highly unlikely that Jagger Ryan will ever be seen on "Teen Mom OG." Not only have his parents, Ryan Edwards and Mackenzie Standifer, confirmed they will not be featured on the show's currently airing eighth season, they've also said they are not open to rejoining the series at a later date.

E! News was first to confirm Edwards and Standifer's exit from "Teen Mom OG" and did so with a joint interview at the end of July. “They did want to enter a contract with our unborn baby and have the baby film with [Ryan Edwards]’s parents [Jen and Larry Edwards] so it would look like someone else is raising it," Standifer said at the time.

Ryan and Mackenzie were written off 'Teen Mom OG'

"They’re writing us out of the show right now and making it seem like we dipped out on our baby, on Bentley and on everyone," she continued, "and that’s just not the case.” Standifter then said that if MTV doesn't want to feature their story at this point in time, she and Edwards will not be willing to film another season of the show.

Following the couple's exit, Bristol Palin and Cheyenne Floyd were brought to the show to replace them, and to replace Farrah Abraham.

"Teen Mom OG" season eight airs every Monday night at 9 p.m. on MTV.