'Teen Mom 2' Star Jenelle Evans Tweets About Boycotting After Show After Co-Stars 'Bullied' Her But Goes Anywa


The 'Teen Mom 2' star attended the after show despite her threats to the contrary.

No one puts Jenelle in the corner! As Teen Mom 2 premiered on Monday night, star Jenelle Evans was dealing with some real-time drama of her own. The North Carolina native,24, took to Twitter to express her frustrations while in New York for the taping of the live after show.

“Will not be attending the live premiere show tonight,” she wrote. “Being bullied isn’t right and not associating with cast members that continue to do it. My health comes first as well. Still not feeling well. Hope everyone enjoys the premiere tonight! I will be sleeping.”

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But despite her threats, Evans posted photos with her co-stars mere hours later, posing at the MTV studios with Leah Messer, Kailyn Lowry and Chelsea Houska.

Evans did not explain her change of heart or clarify which of her co-stars had “bullied” her. In January, she briefly had online beef with Lowry over some comments made about the mother of two’s plastic surgery.

At the time, Evans replied to a fan on Twitter, writing, “I’ve always been the black sheep of the group, it’s all good. I’m used to it now.”

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None of the other Teen Mom 2 stars referenced Evans’ comments on Monday night, instead they also posted a series of smiling photos from the live after show taping.

In the Season 7 premiere of the hit reality series, a different kind of drama plays out in front of the cameras for Evans. Following her split from fiancé Nathan Griffith, she was arrested for allegedly throwing a glass at Griffith’s new girlfriend.

"I can't do anything until this charge is dropped because it's a violent charge," she told a friend in the premiere. "I'm so f**king mad because it scars me for life, dude. I've worked so hard to get my life together, and now it's like, if I have this charge, I don't think I'll ever get a job, dude."