Source Reveals Why Amber Portwood Refuses To Respond To Jenelle Evan's Taunts
Jenelle Evans recently made the claim that her former Teen Mom 2 co-star shouldn't have been allowed to continue on the show due to her past with domestic violence, however, it looks like Amber doesn't have much to say to her in response.
According to HollywoodLife, Amber has been busy living her life and trying to get things handled. A source who spoke with the aforementioned outlet claimed Amber doesn't feel the need to engage in bad blood with her former co-star, especially with all of the things going on in the world currently.
The insider added that Amber has been speaking with her kids a lot and when she's not with them, she works on her various projects and keeps her head down. Amber is devoted to self-development, has been watching a lot of Ted Talks, reading books, and also watching personal growth videos on YouTube.
The reality star is ready to turn over a new leaf, the insider shared. In case you missed it, Amber, who has an 11-year-old daughter with Gary Shirley, as well as a 1-year-old child with Andrew Glennon, has run into serious problems in her personal life in the past.
Reportedly, Amber isn't pleased either with the way in which MTV has dealt with her contract in contrast to Jenelle Evans, whose estranged husband shot and killed their family dog.
Even though David was already kicked off of MTV for using homophobic slurs, the dog-killing is what tarnished Jenelle's reputation in the eyes of the network. On the 25th of March, Jenelle actually sat down with HollywoodLife and shared her opinion on MTV's handling of the two women's cases.
According to Jenelle, who claims she has spoken with her old producers several times about it, she wasn't fired from the show, but was merely "let go for a season." Evans went on to say that she guesses the network is still holding her responsible for what her husband did.
Jenelle went on to point to the hypocrisy of the network, claiming they filmed her while on drugs and in various low-points in her life, but they never cared because the ratings were always high. "I feel chewed up and spit out," the reality star remarked.