Teen Mom 2 star Jenelle Evans, 30, caught the attention of fans on November 19 after she accused a former co-star of leaking information about the show to an online blog.
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On Saturday morning, Jenelle tweeted that former Teen Mom 2 co-star Kailyn Lowry, 30, had leaked information to popular reality TV blog The Ashley’s Reality Roundup in the past.
“How many times have I told you guys that @TheAshleysRR and Kail are friends and send stuff to each other on Venmo?” she wrote in a tweet. “That’s how I found out. Allegedly, Kail has been leaking things to The Ashley for years. Be careful who your friends are.”
The Ashley responded to Jenelle’s tweet and denied the allegation.
“Detective Jenelle – no one is sending anyone anything about Venmo or whatever you’ve ‘found out’. [with] your detective work”, wrote Ashley.
They ended the tweet by writing, “Don’t quit your job! Oh wait…” which likely refers to the fact that Jenelle was fired from the franchise in 2019 after her husband David Eason shot and killed their family dog. Jenelle recently returned to the franchise for an appearance in the second season of Teen Mom: Girls’ Night In.
Jenelle doubled down on her statements after a Fan called her on Twitter for her role in the “Teen Mom” drama.
“Yes, I will participate” Jenelle replied to the fan. “Why? Because Kail is untrustworthy and has been a snake for a while, but nobody’s seen it the way I have. It’s funny that MTV spent years trying to figure it out, and she was all along. So yeah, me will comment all about it.”
Heavy has reached out to Kailyn Lowry on social media for comment, we haven’t received a response yet.
This week isn’t the first time Kailyn and Jenelle have accused each other of leaking information. In April 2022, Kailyn Lowry apologized to Jenelle Evans for accusing her of disclosing her pregnancy several years ago.
Lowry was certain Evans was to blame at the time, but on an April episode of Teen Mom 2, Lowry’s Baby Mamas No Drama co-host Vee Rivera made it clear that she was divulging the information.
After revealing the truth, Lowry publicly apologized to Evans in an April 8 Instagram post.
“I wanted to officially apologize to my former co-star Jenelle for falsely accusing her of leaking my pregnancy news,” she wrote.
“Nobody likes to admit when they’re wrong, but this is where I got it wrong, and I wanted to apologize to Jenelle,” she continued.
While some “Teen Mom” viewers praised Lowry’s apology in the comments, others felt Evans didn’t deserve an apology.
Despite fan backlash, Lowry didn’t retract her apology. she defended her apology on Twitter, Writing: “I know how long ago something was. If I’m wrong, I’m wrong. Apologies are due.”
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