Bristol Palin's Stalker Returns on 'Teen Mom OG' Sneak Peek: 'I've Had This Constant threat For 10 Years'

The drama isn't over for Bristol Palin. She moved out of her estranged husband's home on Teen Mom OG and will reportedly show off her new digs on the upcoming episode of the MTV reality series, airing Monday, but the comfort of living in her own home may be ruined when she learns her stalker might be back on the prowl.

In a sneak peek video, Palin worries about the man who she claims has been stalking her for 10 years after someone broke into her ex-husband Dakota Meyer's Kentucky home.

"So last night was my first night in the house and I got a text message pretty late from Dakota saying that his house had got broken into," Palin said to her sister Piper Palin in the clip. "I swear to God it was the stalker."

When her 17-year-old sister asked if she was certain of the man's identity, Bristol Palin, 28, said she was "sure." Bristol Palin explained the house had a camera in it and the man was seen on video. "I get maybe four hours of sleep as it is because I've had this constant threat for 10 years," she said.

Newly divorced Bristol Palin currently lives in Austin, Texas, with her three children. Her ex-husband is also based in Texas, although he still owns a home in his native state of Kentucky.

Peter Ferrero has long been accused of stalking and harassing the daughter of former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin. He was arrested and charged with felony stalking after he approached Bristol Palin at her Alaska home in 2014.

At the time of his arrest, Ferrero had reportedly sent Bristol Palin over 1,000 messages on Facebook. He was also accused of stalking Bristol Palin's younger sister, Willow Palin. They both filed a protective order against him in 2014.

Ferrero continued to stalk the family despite his arrest. Piper Palin also filed an order of protection against him in 2017.