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‘Teen Mom’ star Catelynn Lowell and Tyler slam Carly’s adoptive parents

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Teen Mom” stars Catelynn Lowell and Tyler Baltierra decided to give up their daughter Carly for adoption when she was born. Even though they went back and forth over keeping their daughter, they ultimately decided that it was best to give her up. They had an open adoption, where Carly will get to know who her parents are. However, during the “Being Catelynn” episode, they expressed frustration over not being able to share pictures of their daughter on Twitter. According to a new Wetpaint Entertainment report published on Feb. 24, “Teen Mom” stars Catelynn Lowell and Tyler Baltierra are now apologizing for being so harsh in regards to Carly’s adoptive parents.

During the episode, both Catelynn and Tyler were upset that Brandon and Teresa had told them to not post pictures of Carly. They could meet with her and take pictures of their own, but they didn’t want pictures of their daughter online. And this seemed to irk Tyler and Catelynn. During the episode, they revealed that if they had known this, they wouldn’t have placed their daughter with this couple.

As the episode was airing, Catelynn posted this. "[Tyler] & I were going through so many emotions over Carly.. I feel bad for saying some things.. But that's how I felt. I DO LUV B&T," Catelynn revealed, with Tyler adding, "Me and [Catelynn] were having a rough patch with our adoption plan B & T mean the world to us. Adoption is hard!"

Do you think these two have a right to be upset over the social media pictures?


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