The drama continues from the Teen Mom 2 reunion this past weekend; and as always, Jenelle Evans is right in the middle of it. The reality star and her husband David Eason allegedly caused some trouble during the party and the reunion shoot, so she posted a video on Instagram to tell her side of the story.
With everything that has happened during the season and the reunion, are Evans’ co-stars now avoiding her?
Apparently, before the reunion taping, Evans argued with Kailyn Lowry via text over comments Lowry made on a GIF of Evans’ son Kaiser begging for food. Lowry wrote that there was nothing funny about it, and Evans let her know she didn’t like her “b**ch a**” comments and would not be talking to her at the reunion.
During the reunion weekend, Lowry, Leah Messer, and Chelsea Houska posted photos of each other, while Evans hung out with Briana DeJesus.
After Eason pulled a knife at the party and Evans got into an argument with her ex Nathan Griffith’s new girlfriend, both Evans and Griffith posted videos on social media to tell their respective sides of the story.
Evans laughed as she explained on Instagram that Eason innocently popped balloons with his knife after being refused a beer. She claims her husband isn’t dangerous and it wasn’t that big of a deal.
She then addressed the argument that happened during the reunion taping. Jenelle Evans claims that Griffith’s girlfriend, Ashley Lanhart, did not introduce herself, but instead hugged her estranged mother, Barbara.
Lanhart and Evans then started arguing after Evans called Lanhart out for being interviewed for the show after she claimed she wasn’t going to be a part of it.
When she tried to say goodbye to her son Kaiser, Evans claims Lanhart came after her and had to be slammed against the wall by security.
But, Lanhart and Griffith have a different version of events. The couple posted a 12-minute video on Periscope they called “Unsealed Files of the Biggest Lies on Planet Earth,” and called Evans’ claims that Lanhart attacked her a big lie.
He said Lanhart has not agreed to be a part of the show and has not signed any paperwork; instead, she was simply waiting backstage. She said when Evans started yelling at her, she turned around and introduced herself. She says she didn’t attack her, call her names, or cuss at her. She did say she raised her voice, but it was Evans who was on the attack.