Jenelle Evans isn't buying Abraham's claims that she wasn't fired from "Teen Mom." After reports surfaced earlier this year, Abraham denied being fired by MTV, and in a new interview, she opened up about the show without her.
In addition to denying her co-stars had her kicked off the show, Abraham said she wouldn't be watching the show. A short time later, Evans responded to the comments.
"I don’t think it will be as great without me," Abraham told Life & Style on Aug. 27. "I personally won’t be watching.”
Although "Teen Mom" used to feature four girls, Abraham, Maci Bookout, Amber Portwood and Catelynn Lowell, the series is now down to three, with Abraham excluded, and Evans, for one, thinks MTV's decision was the result of Abraham's career path.
"Have u ever thought to yrself that maybe JUST MAYBE MTV doesn't want porn stars on their TV that use to be on Teen Mom?" Evans asked Abraham, via an Aug. 28 post on Facebook. "They want to promote PREVENTING pregnancy not PROMOTING Sexual Intercourse. duh..."
After "Teen Mom" season four wrapped, Abraham made and sold a sex tape with porn star James Deen. She then went on to release a line of adult toys, an erotic novel and will soon open a frozen yogurt place in Austin.