Another day, another drama for Jenelle Evans! The Teen Mom 2 star and her husband of two months, David Eason, just sent out cease and desist letters to their MTV co-stars Kailyn Lowry and Chelsea Houska — and now Radar Online has confirmed that she sent her mother the same thing.
"I got one of the letters in the mail today," Barbara told the publication. "It comes to our attention that false statements of accusations of drug abuse and child abuse disparaging Mr. and Mrs. Eason’s characters have been made by you," the letter read.
But Barbara was quick to defend herself. "I don’t say anything that isn’t true."
Jenelle’s letter also accused Barbara of using "bad language which shows no respect or good will toward the Plaintiff [Jenelle]." She said, "I don’t make up stuff. I think it is comical, myself... My lawyer said 'What is this? Oh my god. They are crazy.'"
Prior to Jenelle and David's wedding — which she wasn't invited to — Babs admitted in a separate interview with Radar that she was making a big mistake. "I think once he puts that ring on her finger, he’s going to have so much control over her," the reality TV grandma said their September nuptials. "She’s going to be choked to where she won’t be able to breathe. He’ll have so much control, more so than he does now."
As TM2 fans are well aware, Jenelle and Barbara’s relationship has been strained since the 16 and Pregnant alum, 25, signed over custody of her son Jace, now 8, to her mother in 2010. After years of feuding, Barbara and Jenelle finally came to a mutual agreement over Jace’s custody this past May. While Jenelle didn’t regain full custody as she had hoped, the MTV personality — who is also mom of son Kaiser, 3, with ex-fiancé Nathan Griffith, and daughter Ensley, 10 months, with David — was given more visitation time with her eldest son.
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