Jenelle Evans has had quite a summer so far. Her three children were removed from her custody for nearly six weeks after her husband, David Eason, allegedly shot and killed the family dog, and she was fired from Teen Mom 2 immediately following the violent event. Now, Jenelle is continuing a long-burning feud with Teen Mom nemesis Amber Portwood, who has also had a very rough summer.
On Jenelle’s mind is MTV’s treatment of Amber’s ongoing custody court case. In a recent Twitter rant, Jenelle went after Amber and MTV, saying “Wow, could of filmed at my court case that was completely dismissed..but no instead go film the drama of a person that attacks others with weapons. Don’t film the positive tho.” (She did not mention the fact that MTV has covered Jenelle’s court cases throughout the years). She has since deleted her original tweet, but it lives on in screenshot form.
In addition to her tweets, Jenelle recently posted links to stories about her former Teen Mom co-stars, often with a negative bent. She recently posted a Hollywood Gossip story titled, “Andrew Glennon: Already Texting a New Woman!” and another story from the same outlet titled, “Andrew Glennon: Amber Portwood Ruined My Life.”
Jenelle, who has been arrested 16 times, was fired by MTV after she refused to leave Eason following the violent incident. She made an alleged $400,000 per season of Teen Mom. MTV fired Jenelle before her court appearances began.
Ultimately, Evans regained custody of her children in early July, but not without numerous court visits, negative social media commentary, and even an allegation that she made the whole saga up for publicity.
Perhaps Jenelle should get her own house in order before chiming in on the affairs of others. Glass houses, you know…
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