According to documents obtained by The Blast, prosecutors in Indiana have filed the initial notice of discovery, which includes everything prosecutors intend on using against the reality star.
Among the evidence listed, officials listed Portwood's history of criminal charges and prison time, as well as the incident report and evidence from her prior cases.
They also listed audio from the July 5 incident, in which Portwood allegedly went after her boyfriend, Andrew Glennon, with a machete.
Along with over 20 photographs of the alleged injuries and evidence of an attack, officials claim to have 3 videos from a Ring camera.
It's unclear exactly what the Ring videos show, but prosecutors believe it captured enough of the alleged attack to prove their case.
There was also an audio recording of a statement given by Glennon, so it appears he is fully cooperating with law enforcement agains the mother of his child.
As we reported, a no-contact order that was placed on Portwood, barring her from contacting her 1-year-old son, was lifted earlier this week.
Even though she's allowed to see baby James, Portwood will not be given any alone time, as the court made it clear she is only allowed supervised visits.
The no-contact order between Portwood and her baby daddy is still in full effect.
Portwood is due back in court at the end of August to face charges of domestic battery, criminal recklessness with a deadly weapon and a felony domestic battery.