Jenelle Evans is the latest Teen Mom 2 star to speak out about MTV's editing. The North Carolina native, 24, live tweeted Monday night's emotional episode in which her ex-fiance Nathan Griffith took their son, Kaiser, out of the state.
"After my exhausting day, media blowing up, and reliving my son being kidnapped from me and taken out of state is hard to watch #TeenMom2," she tweeted.
Evans noted that one scene was particularly misleading, writing, "I don't understand why #MTV had me do a voice over saying I haven't let Nathan see Kai but then shows me calling him to see Kai? #TeenMom2."
When contacted by ET, MTV had no comment on the allegations.
In the episode, Evans was distraught when she thinks her son has been taken from her and things only got worse when Griffith's new girlfriend gave her little boy his first haircut.
"Nathans mother told me 'idk where my son went to… I'm guessing he is in Myrtle.' And lied to me. I was sobbing!!!" she tweeted.
The episode ended with Evans threatening to go back to court to battle for custody of Kaiser. The mother of two isn't the first Teen Mom 2 star to complain about the network's editing of the reality series.
Following last week's premiere, Leah Messer took to Twitter to voice her own frustrations.
"My point exactly," she responded to one fan. "It's so sad how the person behind the editing can even live a happy life by… Editing to manipulate the audience watching. It makes me feel like my story just isn't enough… && I hope to continue to share my story but I REFUSE to allow it to be twisted for the benefit of a NETWORK!"