Amish Mafia star Alan Beiler may have already been released from prison, serving the minimum three months of a sentence that was handed down to him in August for fleeing and eluding troopers during a high-speed chase.
According to the Beiler's Facebook fan page, "Alan Beiler 'The Black Amish Man'" a woman who goes by the user name Ash Rae (reportedly Beiler's girlfriend) has posted several photos in recent days of herself with the Amish Mafia star, as well as photos of a sonogram, saying that the two are expecting a child together.
In a collaged photo posted Nov. 8, fans saw a clear sonogram photo of a baby matched with photos of Beiler and his girlfriend together with Beiler pointing at her stomach , Beiler walking through a parking lot with other kids, and two hands forming a heart on a stomach. The collage is captioned "Home is where my family, heart & baby is! Here is to a new start and an exciting new year!! Thanks for the love and support. B.A.M.!!"
The site, which is reportedly run by an administrator that is not Beiler or his girlfriend, is open to fan comments, though Ash Rae does often post and comment on the page. In the comments on the photo collage she posted a different photo of the two in a car together, captioning it "Alan is home as of today..True story picked him up this morning."
That photo was posted to the page at 10:38 p.m. on Nov. 8. She later commented on the collage to say "yes glad to have him home!! Longest 3 months ever! Today has been such a happy reunion."
Another post on the fan page from Nov. 10 shows another sonogram photo, which reveals that the baby is reportedly due in March 2014. The caption also reveals that Beiler may be making his first public appearance later this month, reading "My baby is camera shy..Come out to the Symposium in Lancaster Saturday Nov 23rd to meet me, watch Gun Metal Gray perform, and to hear the gender release of baby B.A.M. Door prizes and t-shirts to be given away. Show starts at 9 p.m. Hope to see you there. B.A.M.!!"
If Beiler's appearance at The Symposium is true, it will be the first public appearance he is reportedly making post prison.
Beiler was sentenced to serve a 3-23 month prison sentence on August 8th for leading authorities on a high-speed car chase through Duncannon, Penn on July 7, 2012. According to Penn Live, he was led from the courtroom by sheriff's deputies and began serving his sentence at Perry County Prison immediately. The court appearance was featured as a part of the show's second season finale which aired on September 17.