JENELLE Evans revealed she’s still under contract with MTV and Teen Mom, despite being fired from the series.
The 29-year-old is considering a return to reality TV when she’s finally “free” from the network.
The legal news was shared when the mother of three responded to a fan on TikTok asking about a possible return to reality television.
“Would you ever consider doing your own reality show for or about your life and family now it would be so amazing,” the follower asked. “Your glow up is so amazing!”
While sitting in her car, Jenelle said in her TikTok video response: “Yeah, I definitely would. And I would love to continue to share my story, but right now is not the time.
“I’m still under contract. So, waiting for May 21st to come up! And then it’s time to party because I will be a free agent.”
She explained a bit more in the comments, clarifying that her contract is up once it’s been two years since her last MTV episode aired.
The controversial pair have claimed in a YouTube video that Teen Mom’s production team were afraid to work with David and would ask not to go to their house.
Jenelle said her contract is up this May[/caption]
She was fired from Teen Mom in 2019[/caption]
An MTV spokesperson said in a statement: “MTV ended its relationship with David Eason over a year ago in February 2018 and has not filmed any new episodes of Teen Mom 2 with him since.
“Additionally, we have stopped filming with Jenelle Eason as of April 6, 2019 and have no plans to cover her story in the upcoming season.”
Her last episode, she said, was the “Nessa Reunion BS that aired” in May 2019, which is why she has to wait a few more months until she’s officially done with the network.
Not only is MTV no longer paying her while she’s still under the contract, but it’s keeping her frrom pursuing opportunities with other networks for the time being.
MTV let her and her husband David Eason go after he shot and killed their dog, Nugget[/caption]
Jenelle’s now been putting out her own YouTube docuseries[/caption]
Jenelle thought it ended last year, but she said she “had to call my old producers to figure out stuff,” and it turned out she was still under contract.
She claimed Chelsea Houska, who recently revealed she was quitting the show, “is under the same rules as” her.
Though Jenelle’s unable to work with other TV networks to share her story, she recently started her own YouTube docuseries, Addicted to Growth.
She also recently revealed she’s in the process of creating her own podcast show.
Brainstorming in a Vlog, while renovating her shed for the audio show, she said: “Maybe I’ll name it In The She Shed, or The Tea in the Shed.”
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Jenelle added more details, explaining: “I’m gonna try to do weekly podcasts. I might have guests sometimes, I might not have guests, I might have a co-host, I might not, I don’t know.”
She plans to make it as “unfiltered as I can make it without being shut down and without pissing everyone off.”
That won’t stop her from still talking about “touchy subjects,” though.