Teen Mom 2's Jenelle Evans Makes A Surprising Confession

Jenelle Evans may no longer be a part of the Teen Mom 2 cast, but that's not stopping her from speaking out about the show. Evans was an original cast member on the reality TV series, which also included Leah Messer, Kailyn Lowry, and Chelsea Houska (via The Hollywood Gossip). The show gained a large fan base and the young mothers began to make headlines for their love lives, parenting styles, and more. Throughout her run on the show, Evans was one of the most controversial moms of the franchise, per ET

Evans allowed cameras to capture her longtime custody battle over her oldest son Jace with her own mother, Barbara. She also admitted to abusing drugs such as marijuana and heroin. She was arrested multiple times during her stint on the series and even got married twice while filming. In February 2018, Evans' current husband David Eason was fired from the show after making homophobic remarks on social media. In May 2019, Evans accused Eason of shooting and killing the family's dog. Eason claimed that the dog had bitten their daughter Ensley and the authorities got involved. Following the incident, Evans was fired from the show (via USA Today). Now, she's speaking out about her feelings regarding the series nearly two years later.

Jenelle Evans doesn't hold a grudge against the cast or MTV

Jenelle Evans reveals that she's still sad about being fired from Teen Mom 2. She claims that seeing her former co-stars hits her hard and that she misses being a part of the series that she helped to create. "It's just hard to be part of something when people replace you. You were the original one that helped start that show, and it's hard to be let go of something that you've put so much work into," Evans confessed to Us Weekly while promoting her brand new podcast Girl S#!t.

However, despite everything that happened between Evans and MTV, she claims that she doesn't hold a grudge against the network or the stars of the show. "I feel like I don't have bad blood with anybody, but I'm, you know, keeping things civil, not really talking to anybody," she stated. "I unfollowed [Briana] recently because seeing her film with the crew makes me upset," she added. Meanwhile, Evans and her husband have been active on social media following their exit from the series (via Distractify). They often give fans a glimpse into their everyday lives on Instagram and TikTok. They also create videos for their YouTube followers to keep them updated on their lives now that the cameras aren't there.