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Jenelle Evans Was Never Considered for New Season of 'Marriage Boot Camp,' Burned Her Bridges With Show Years Ago

By TheBlast Staff

Former "Teen Mom" star Jenelle Evans was never in the running for the new season of "Marriage Boot Camp" after the reality star ruined her chances of ever appearing on the show years ago.

Reports surfaced this week that the reality star was being cast on the upcoming season of WE Tv's hit show but our sources tell us that would never happen because of Evans' past behavior.

Sources close to Jenelle tell The Blast that she was close to signing on for "MBC" back in 2016. We're told she was going to appear on the show with David and her mother and there was even a contract drawn up.

But our sources say she failed to follow through with her contract to appear on the show, citing her legal troubles at the time.

We're told the network was never considering her for the upcoming season or any season in the future.

MTV announced earlier this week they were no longer filming episodes of "Teen Mom" with Jenelle Evans.

“We have stopped filming with Jenelle Eason as of April 6, 2019 and have no plans to cover her story in the upcoming season,” an MTV spokesperson said.

Ever since David Eason brutally beat and executed his wife’s french bulldog, Nugget, Evans has lashed out at fans and media for covering the story.

She has also been scrutinized for allegedly trying to cash in on the death of her dog by promoting stories on social media.

Jenelle Evans dog

Eason had already been persona non grata at MTV for homophobic comments he made on social media that got him banned from “Teen Mom,” and producers were already uneasy about interacting with him while covering Jenelle’s story.

As we reported, Evans and her husband are also under investigation by child protective services officials in North Carolina after calls were made from people worried about the safety of the children in the home.

Nugget’s death is still under investigation in a joint operation with the Columbus County Sheriffs and Animal Control.

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