The teen mama drama never stops! Kailyn Lowry took to Twitter on Wednesday, Dec. 27, to offer a stern warning to her Teen Mom 2 co-star Jenelle Evans, who recently implied that Chris Lopez isn’t the father of Kail’s four-month-old son, Lux. In a scathing tweet, Kailyn, 25, slammed Jenelle, 26, for sharing an article about the offensive claim — especially after sending her a cease and desist letter earlier this year. But Jenelle quickly clapped back, saying she had nothing to do with that article that she “got paid for.”

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When a fan alerted Kailyn of Jenelle’s message, the Pride Over Pity author fired back, “Jenelle don’t ever f–king try to scare me with a cease & desist when you’re posting this BULLS–T.” In a follow-up tweet, the 16 and Pregnant alum — who also shares sons Isaac, 7, with ex Jo Rivera, and Lincoln, 4, with ex-husband Javi Marroquin — asked her followers, “How do you violate your own cease & desist?”

Two days later, Jenelle fired back saying “Kail… I have sent you screenshots of the tweets you’ve posted over the years. They we’re included in your letter but you don’t care to mention that part.. You know none of us write any of these articles we get paid to post.” She followed up by adding “For you to get on here AGAIN to tweet about some drama goes to show how thirsty you are for attention constantly, you try way too hard. It’s funny.” Yikes. Oh, and she threw in a “like b—h stfu” for good measure.

As previously reported, Jenelle sent Kailyn a cease and desist letter back in November. She also sent letters to Chelsea Houska and even her mother, Barbara “Babs” Evans. All three women were shocked when they received the legal notifications — and were quick to express their frustration.

“How does one get a cease and desist from someone they don’t care to talk about — and if I did, it’s my opinion,” Kailyn wrote, while Chelsea tweeted, “I just got a cease and desist from Jenelle and [her husband] David [Eason]. So there’s that lol. #idonteventalkaboutyou.”

For her part, Babs — who is the legal guardian of Jenelle’s eight-year-old son, Jace — did her best to brush it off. “I got one of the letters in the mail today,” the reality TV grandma told Radar Online last month. “I think it is comical, myself…My lawyer said ‘What is this? Oh my God. [Jenelle and David] are crazy.’”

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